Every autumn, we have the opportunity to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. This month-long festival pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Many national institutions participate in this rich, relevant observance by sharing information, education and stories of the enduring contributions of Latinos to our history and culture. Gordon Boswell Flowers is excited to participate by introducing our collection of designs featuring blooms from Latin American countries.
Bring the bold, refreshing colors of fall into your home this season with a bright, jewel-toned floral arrangement that steps outside of the typical harvest hues often seen in autumn. These brilliant colors can compliment any decor and will dazzle the eye. Jewel-tones set a mood better than any other palette and will be a quick and fantastic update to your home’s decor. The floral experts at Gordon Boswell Flowers are eager to share our collection of jewel-toned arrangements with you.
As autumn approaches we shift our entertaining focus to items centered around harvest delights and fall flavors. Add a bit of unique flavor to your next get-together by infusing your drinks or meal with edible flowers. The freshness will take on a whole new meaning, especially when paired with one of Gordon Boswell Flowers’ stunning bouquets.
Often, flowers can communicate all the love, sadness, comfort and encouragement we want to say when we don’t have the words. At a time of mourning, flowers can be a great comfort to a grieving family. Remembering a loved one by surrounding ourselves with beautiful arrangements that speak to their sweetness and light is a way to encourage sad hearts and show care for those in sorrow. Gordon Boswell designs sentimental pieces that will help you show reverence during the loss of a loved one.
When you think about the bonds created between your own parents and your children, the magnitude of this connection is beyond comprehension. Bridging generations, grandparents and grandchildren share a special and unique relationship. We get to celebrate this every autumn on Grandparents Day, the second Sunday of September. The floral designers at Gordon Boswell have created some amazing arrangements for your child to bring or send to their favorite grandparent this Grandparents Day.
Using white as part of your decorating scheme no longer needs to have a stigma revolving around Labor Day. In days gone by, this was the cut-off for wearing or decorating with white at all. White was used in the summer due to the heat, and starting with Labor Day, white had to move over for the burnt oranges, forest greens and chocolates of fall. Now that we have climate-controlled homes, and fall or winter textures can come in any shade, white can be a staple in any season. Gordon Boswell encourages you to experiment with white this fall and see what sort of delightful looks you discover.
Bees, as a species, are on the decline and numbers are beginning to drop into the endangered category. Attracting bees to your garden or yard is an important way to participate in boosting the declining bee population, which will allow them to continue to do the work they were designed to do- pollinating crops that make up 90% of the world’s food resources. By bringing brightly colored flowers (think of sunflowers and lavender) to your garden, you will offer a safe environment for bees to live. If gardening isn’t your thing, or you simply don’t have the space for a garden, the floral specialists at Gordon Boswell Flowers recommend including some bee-friendly flowers and plants on your outdoor porch or patio.
Your kitchen is the center of activity in your home. Conversations are started, meals are created, and life is lived around a kitchen table. Decorating such a well-used room is paramount to creating an inviting space where people feel at home. Include fresh flowers in your decor to add warmth and character to such a homey space. The floral experts at Gordon Boswell Flowers will be glad to help you choose flowers that are perfect for each room in your home.
Every year, at the close of summer, as students enjoy the last few days of freedom and sunshine, teachers are already hard at work preparing for the coming school year. Classrooms are cleaned, arranged and decorated, lesson plans are written, and many meetings are attended. By the time your student arrives in their new teacher’s classroom for back-to-school night, much work has already been accomplished. Gordon Boswell suggests this is a great time to appear with a bouquet of flowers or a great gift to show your appreciation.
It’s always exciting to receive a bouquet of gorgeous flowers, for any reason or no reason at all. This is due in part to the fact that flowers can have an uplifting, inspiring effect on us. Gordon Boswell encourages you to find a similar feeling from visiting a local botanical garden or flower festival.