Monthly Archives: July 2013

fresh monday

Part of what keeps us interested in our job after all this time is not knowing exactly what we might find at the market on any given day. A lot of planning goes into every arrangement we make, but it’s …

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getting to know you

Yarrow, or Achillea millefolium is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, California included. Yarrow has a long history of use as a healing herb used topically on wounds or abrasions. Through the years it has been been called …

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fresh monday

We’re taking turns this month going on vacation. Everyone needs a chance to get away, sleep in a little and find new inspiration. If you’re not on vacation this week, we hope you’ll take a moment to let your mind …

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blooms in season: july

We’ve collaborated with Caitlin from Sacramento Street blog with another Blooms in Season post, again. See more images in this unexpected soft summer scheme here. We just love doing this post and hope you do, too!…

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inspired

There are weeks you just want to get away, no? With Natalie out of town and no wedding planned for the upcoming weekend, we allowed ourselves to dream a little this week and be inspired by some of our favorite

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harvest

These golden dahlias were rescued from a late season rain and were the first flowers we used in an arrangement from our studio. Just a few stems inspired the unusual color scheme with chocolate cosmos, and honestly it’s so exciting …

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