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Spread the Love!

Spread the Love!

At WildFlora, we embrace and support the LGBTQ community year-round, and love the chance to celebrate together during Pride month, which includes sharing a few of our favorite LGBTQ-owned businesses.  Click each one to go directly to their site and learn more!      

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Hayley + Erik: One of our own got hitched!

Hayley + Erik: One of our own got hitched!

One of our very own florists, Hayley, got hitched to her fiancé, Erik, in a small, desert ceremony this March, and we're so excited to share the gorgeous photos by Jana Contreras photography. Her bouquet, obviously done by WildFlora, had a lovely mix of fresh and dried flowers, including protea, sweet pea, thistle, fern, feathers, and pampas grass plumes. We went with a mix of neutral whites and earthy browns, focusing on a cacophony of textures. This was also the first two-florist bouquet we've ever made - shout out to Al & Kristine! To help set the scene where Hayley and Erik...

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Let the Flowers Flow: Mother's Day at Wildflora

Let the Flowers Flow: Mother's Day at Wildflora

While Valentine's Day [read: week] is huge for floral shops, Mother's Day and the few days leading up are the biggest for us at WildFlora. We get a lot of people who are surprised when they walk into the shop on the big holidays and can't get the exact blooms they want, but waiting to buy your flowers on Valentine's or Mother's Day is kind of like waiting until Thanksgiving to buy your Turkey - there *might* be a handful in stock at the store if you're lucky, but you kind of just have to take what you can get. For...

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Dry Bouquets For Days ( and days and days...)

Dry Bouquets For Days ( and days and days...)

Dried flowers are a long-lasting alternative to fresh flowers, though here at WildFlora, we love both! We posted a blog about some of our favorites back in the day, but we've since started drying more of our flowers ourselves, so it felt like a good time for an update. Drying flowers at home is super easy. Just bunch them together, tie a string around the stems, hang them upside-down, and bam - instant floral décor! Since we dry flowers in large quantities, we installed a pipe bar with a bunch of S hooks. That way it's easy to add flowers of...

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