At last winter is over! It has been a rough one here in the Northeast but we made it through. The first day of spring happened this week and the weather started to follow suit for a bit except for the snow flurries forecasted for tomorrow. The farmers almanac did say there will be snow into April. Well, at least we are getting closer and working with all the bright spring flowers have made me so happy even if I have to stay indoors.
Thanks to everyone who ordered flowers from us for Valentine’s Day! The bouquets were practically flying out the door ( almost literally thanks to the lovely nor’easter that came our way). Snow, sleet, and hail did not keep me from getting to the market way before the break of dawn. Regardless of the weather, there was lots of love in the air and I am forever grateful that I get to do what I do.
We are thrilled to offer so many options for your valentine’s orders this year! We will be working with garden roses, poppies, ranunculus, anemones, flowering branches and more of the seasonal best. Bring on the romance or treat yourself !
You can place orders for bouquets or arrangements right here! All pre-orders through our site need to be in by February 12th. Make sure to let us know your ordering info before checking out. We will be delivering throughout NYC February 13th and 14th.
Last, but not least, you can always order through Good Eggs NY as well.
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We are now taking orders for Valentine’s Day! In the next few days we will have a shop up to make it easier for you. Until then feel free to contact us to pre-order your bouquets. firstname.lastname@example.org
There have been lots of Good Eggs wrapped bouquets being made in the studio these days. All the amazing ranunculus and bright-colored poppies have definitely been chasing the winter blues away. These bouquets made us so happy we were a little sad to send them on their way.
The Northeast has been hit hard by mother nature these past weeks. Freezing temps make the local flower supplies quite scarce. Even the lovely greenhouse grown ranunculus and anemones look a bit frozen these days. So hats off to California for keeping our spirits up with their bountiful beauty.
December has been a whirl of holiday parties, tea, citrus, snowstorms, warm socks, noodle soups, and lots of trips to the market in the cold & dark early mornings. I have loved working with all the winter flowers- always the ranunculus, anemones and varied eucalyptus. I have not been so good about photos though. Photographing flowers is really amazing and fun but after busy hours sourcing and designing it is the last thing I think of and sometimes the camera is just not where I need it to be so I snap some phone pics, pack up and head out the door. I should put that on my New Years Resolution list- take more/better flower pics. Ahh… the amendments begin.