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The couple was ecstatic that Mina of Arjan interpreted their vision by incorporating elements that were native to the area, such as berries, apples, and grasses, with gorgeous garden roses and field flowers.
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Matthew Robbins Design unofficially began as “Artfool,” in 1995 when Matthew Robbins and Jack Myers were exhibiting artwork together in San Francisco and needed a showcase website for their collective talents. Partners for 18 years, they began collaborating on events with Matthew covering the event and floral design while Jack handled the various graphic needs of the clients. Artfool, in New York City, is a long-time bbrooks member floral studio.
Matthew shares his secrets for creating pretty pastel bridal flowers in the Spring 2013 issue of Flower Magazine.
Thank you to bbrooks member Rose Red & Lavender in Brooklyn, NY!!!
No worries! We will not forget Mamma!
Long-time bbrooks member Robertson’s Flowers, in Wyndmoor, PA, has a gift item which gives back to the community, as well.
Through their “Generosity Blossoms Program”, 20% of all sales of this exclusive arrangement are donated to Philabundance in support of their fight to eliminate hunger in the Delaware Valley. Comprised of vibrant whites and classy creams with complementing herbs and fruits is not only stunning but also beneficial to those in need.
Here at bbrooks fine flowers, we also believe in giving back. And, that is why we have partnered with sites like buy2give, buy2change, socialvest, and shoppinggivesback. These sites donate a portion of the customer’s purchase to a charity which the customer can choose.
This year, Mother will love you even more for thinking of others too!
bbrooks member Cebolla Fine Flowers in Dallas, TX offered gorgeous plant baskets for Valentine’s Day!
Featured at left are pink cyclamen and pink azalea plants accompanied by mixed green plants in a rustically elegant twig container.
A wonderful idea for Mother’s Day too!
Administrative Professionals’ Day was originally organized in 1952 as “National Secretaries Day” by the National Secretaries Association (also known as the International Association of Administrative Professionals). It was established as an effort to recognize secretaries for their contributions in the workplace.
It is an unofficial secular holiday observed on the last Wednesday of April. It is celebrated as part of a larger Administrative Professionals Week, which takes place during the last full week of April. In 1998, the name of the holiday was changed from Secretaries’ Day to Administrative Professionals’ day to better represent the full range of clerical positions.
Over the years, Administrative Professionals Week has become one of the largest workplace observances. The event is celebrated worldwide, bringing together millions of people for community events, social gatherings, and individual corporate activities recognizing support staff with gifts of appreciation. In the United States, the day is often celebrated by giving one’s assistant such gifts as flowers, candy, trinkets, lunch at a restaurant, or time off.
Arrangement above is Snowball Viburnum with Forsythia branches by bbrooks member Flowers Claire Marie in San Francisco.
Long-time bbrooks member Cebolla Fine Flowers in Dallas, TX showcases whimsical, yet tasteful, Easter arrangements for this season.
Shown at left is “Easter Nest“, featuring pale peach roses, yellow ranunculus, white hyacinth, and viburnum in a clear glass vase with twig collar and sweetly adorned with miniature bird’s eggs.
Congratulations to long-time bbrooks member, Karen Dickens of Primavera, in Idaho! Karen’s daughter Sierra and her fiance Andre were the winners of The Knot Dream Wedding! Very Exciting!!
Dragonfly Floral, our bbrooks member in Healdsburg, CA shares images from their farm. They grow flowers, fruits and vegetables to be used in their floral arrangements and to sell at their seasonal farm stand and flower shop. They also grow and raise chickens and ducks to help around the farm. Everything is grown organically and fairly sustainably!