Are you ready for Thanksgiving?
Your answer may fall somewhere between “not remotely” and “absolutely,” and if so, you wouldn’t be alone. There is so much planning, preparing and execution to be done if you’re hosting Turkey Day in your home that it’s tough to feel completely prepared. But what if you’ve been graciously invited into someone else’s home for the big day? If that’s the case, we here at Gordon Boswell Flowers encourage you to remember one of your most important duties as a Thanksgiving guest: the host gift.
Oh, dahlias. Is there a more delightful (and more on trend) flower? We at Gordon Boswell know the field is crowded with candidates, but we humbly submit our dazzlers for your consideration. And by “consideration,” we mean your floral decor for Fall. Fort Worth is teeming with pumpkin patches, festivals and friendly farms celebrating the season, and we know you’re prepping your home for it, too. So do yourself a favor and add the richly complex dahlia to your decorating scheme.
This time of year has inspired artists and writers for centuries – the changing landscape, brilliant colors, and cooler temperatures seem to act as a type of muse for beautiful creations of all kinds. The floral designers at Gordon Boswell Florist are no different, and we are excited to present some of our seasonal designs which reflect the changing season and all of the beauty that entails. Whether you are looking to change the decor in your Fort Worth home, or you want to send a colorful floral bouquet to someone you love, you will appreciate these creative floral designs which exude the essence of autumn. Continue reading
The changing of the seasons is always an occasion for anticipation – even here in Fort Worth, while winters are not nearly as hard as in other parts of the country. The springtime brings with it longer, sunnier days, warmer temperatures, and new occasions to celebrate! At Gordon Boswell Flowers, the advent of springtime means new flowers for us to design with – and that is something we look forward to all year.
Spring flowers are vibrant and bright, and our new creations for the season reflect all the fresh, verdant optimism of springtime! So throw open the windows, let the fresh air in, and fill your home with these exquisite seasonal flowers. Continue reading
Floral Design Day was originally imagined as a unique way to celebrate the birthday of Carl Rittner, the founder of the Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston. Recognized as both a visionary and pioneer in floral art education, Rittner helped to elevate floral design to an art form. In 1995, Governor William F. Weld of Massachusetts, proclaimed this day as Floral Design Day, and this month we celebrate the artistic professionals who make gorgeous flowers a part of our everyday life. Continue reading
Louisiana is the only state that recognizes Mardi Gras as an official holiday, but that doesn’t mean that other parts of the United States do not celebrate this festive occasion. In fact, in the Fort Worth area there are events ranging from music festivals to fun runs, so be sure to look for them! If you plan on having a Mardi Gras party, you can count on the floral designers at Gordon Boswell Flowers to create the gold, green, and purple floral arrangements that will add all the celebration to your home or office. But why are those colors the official colors of Mardi Gras? Here are some fun facts about the holiday you may not have known.
When someone we love is under the weather, we definitely want to cheer them up. Studies have shown that receiving flowers has an instant effect on our well-being and happiness, making floral bouquets a perfect choice to send to someone who is ill. Whether your friend or family member is in the hospital or sick at home, choosing beautiful plants and flowers from Gordon Boswell Flowers is a guaranteed way to make them smile.
Which flowers are right to send? If your loved one is at home, virtually any florals are appropriate, but you may wish to ask the experts as to which blooms have the least scent. If someone is not feeling well, an overwhelming fragrance may be offensive, so stay away from highly aromatic flowers – instead, choose gerbera daisies, tulips or sunflowers. They are not only low fragrance but are cheerful and easy to care for. Continue reading
The holidays continue, with all the festivity and excitement we have come to expect. Although Christmas is behind us, the New Year sparkles with anticipation. There is something about a fresh start and a new beginning that inspires us not only to reflect but to dream. This year, add the beauty of flowers to your New Year’s celebration. After all, flowers make every occasion more special. The floral experts at Gordon Boswell Flowers have the ideas you’ll need for the best hostess gifts and party decor to celebrate the season.
White flowers signify new life and are therefore perfect for the sentiment of the new year. These white daisies and silver-grey foliage reflect the frosty days and evenings of winter. Embellished with beautiful blue hydrangea and festive ornaments, and arranged in a gorgeous blue cube, the effect may be icy – but the affection behind them will warm the heart of whoever receives them. Continue reading
In many ways, our Thanksgiving traditions are similar from family to family. It is said that nearly 90% of us will have turkey on the table, and in Fort Worth, nearly everyone will be glued to the set for the football games. Still, each family has their own special ways to celebrate, and each holiday table is a little different. Whatever your Thanksgiving style, Gordon Boswell Florist has the perfect florals for your gathering. From traditional to contemporary centerpieces, giving thanks never looked so beautiful.
The holiday season is nearly upon us, and now is the time to start preparing for the festivities. Whether decorating your office, planning the company holiday party or considering seasonal corporate gifts, Gordon Boswell Florist is the best place to begin. We have been adorning Fort Worth homes and businesses with holiday and seasonal decor for nearly a century.