Stockton Seaview Wedding

This Stockton Seaview wedding was full of personalized touches and late summer flair!

We designed the centerpieces with locally grown flowers included sage hydrangea, sunflowers, dahlias, zinnias with lush eucalyptus.


Dusty Miller

Dusty Miller is a white plant which looks like it has a dusting of snow on its leaves, hence the name Dusty Miller. Dusty miller is native to the Mediterranean coast.  Some varieties of Dusty Miller, have tiny yellow flowers that bloom from it stems, but the flowers are not considered show worthy.  The real star is the plant itself.  This attractive plant is long lasting and drought resistant.  It will leave your garden bed gorgeous all summer long.  It can handle the heat, but it prefers the shade that the afternoon brings.  There are many varieties of dusty miller. Here are a few of the more well-known varieties.


  1. The first is “Silver Dust”. It has silvery white foliage with a finely trimmed edge, as its name implies. It grows 12 to 18 inches tall. Silver Dust is often planted with annuals in containers and flowerbeds, making the color contrast striking.


  1. The second, is “Silver Lace”. It has decoratively cut, lace-like leaves. It does not grow as tall as other forms of Dusty Miller. It grows only 6 to 8 inches tall. “Silver Lace” is the most delicate-looking of common dusty millers.


3. The third, is Cirrus. Unlike its counterparts, Cirrus has less finely cut leaves.  Its dusty covered                    leaves are a bigger and bolder.  They are used in garden beds as ground coverage.  They only grow between 6 to 8 inches tall.


Dusty Miller is a beautiful foliage that is used in wedding bouquets and centerpieces.  It gives the bouquets a very soft, romantic look.

Seasonal color trends of 2017

Here are some top trending colors for this year paired with the seasons.

              Fall (September – November) deep rich tones look beautiful together. Varying shades or reds, burgundy, orange or shades of rich pinks look great together.

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Late winter (January- Feb) You cant go wrong with classic all white, or white and light blue. However if classic white isn’t your look, white, blush and burgundy look so romantic among soft candle light.

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For early spring (March – April): a huge trend is a pallet of blue, purple, peach and blush tones.   It lets people know you’re ready for winter to be over, and the warm of spring to begin.

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In early summer (May – June), flowers are in full bloom!  Gorgeous pastels are all the rage. They truly shine in a spring garden wedding.  For those who want a more bold and colorful look,  rich reds, blues and peach look brilliant together!

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All through the summer (May – August)  nothing makes you happier, then it’s sunshine and the bight colors it brings with it.  Very popular are the colors of bright orange, pink and blush.  It will really bring a happy fun element to your wedding.  Another great choice is Purple.  Having a monochromatic theme, with the different shades of purple from lavender to a deep royal purple look gorgeous in a lush garden setting.

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Are you ready to talk wedding flowers?  Schedule a wedding consultation with one of our designers today!

Tulips as Wedding Flowers..Yes!

Tulips say Spring! In wedding bouquets and centerpieces they can really sing!


Thanks to the top bulb growers in Holland there are now so many colors and bi-colors available. All I can say is.. Gorgeous!! These spring flowers can add an affordable yet cheerful element to your spring wedding flowers.


Although tulips span the globe and some varieties have become common, the specialty tulips that we

offer are locally grown in New Jersey and the varieties are far from ho-hum.



The Van Dyk Brothers grow the finest tulips in their greenhouse in Millville, New Jersey.  These premium tulips have bigger blossoms, longer and hardier stem, and brilliant color. As with any locally grown flower they are always fresh! Try our Van Dyk Tulips while they are in season from February to Early May!!


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Contact us today to find out more about tulips!


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Audubon, NJ 08106

Stephanotis for weddings

“Stephanotis- (stephanotis florabunda)


Pure white this petite wedding favorite can be the perfect accent to wedding bouquets, corsages, or the groom’s boutonniere. So popular for the elegance and sweet perfume fragrance, brides love these cute star shaped flowers!

Stephanotis is in the Jasmine vine family, they are native to Africa and green house grown in Tropical Temperatures. Good news.. They are available all year around for all wedding seasons! Despite the delicate nature of these blooms they hold well in warm temperatures due to there growing needs.

We love stephanotis for weddings to accent roses, hydrangeas and gardenias. They are a sophisticated and a touch of class they can also be jeweled.  The centers are hollow and can be adorned with pearls or crystal rhinestones to accent your gown.  So popular among celebrity and royal weddings they are always classic beauties. ”

Thanks for stopping by,
Denise and Mallory

Floral arrangements, weddings and flowers for all occasions!

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