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Hot For Spring Centerpieces? Apple Blossoms!

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Did you know that the apple blossom is actually apart of the rose family? And in the spring, apple blossoms are in full bloom all over the northeast (the perfect addition to spring wedding arrangements). I love how unexpected the branchy flower looks in an otherwise classic spring centerpiece like this one  designed by Brooklyn-based... read more

A Bright Red Amaryllis Centerpiece

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I've fallen for this bright fall centerpiece with the season's brightest blooms. Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers, gave the usual red and orange fall color palette a serious update with bright reds and berries. By incorporating fresh flowers like amaryllis, jasmine vine, tulips, ranunculuses, gladiola and carnations and spreading out these large... read more

A Spring Dogwood Branch Centerpiece

Spring BrightsPhoto: Liza Lubell
This is the quintessential spring centerpiece. It's not just that Brooklyn-based florist Liza Lubell used spring colors like yellows, purples and greens, it's all about the flower types she chose. Fresh dogwood branches, hellebore, ranunculus, lilac, spirea branches, and parrot tulips are all the flowers the make this floral centerpiece true to the season. read more

A Tropical Centerpiece

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Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers created this stunning tropical centerpiece while on location for a wedding in Maui. For this lush island look Liza combined local Hawaiian flowers with familiar flowers like ranunculuses and garden roses, while indigenous plants like the unique orange cone-shaped ginger and... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Burgundy Forsythia Bouquet

Burgandy Forsythia Bouquet
For this brilliant burgundy bouquet Liza Lubell, founder of Peartree Flowers turned to her mother's garden. In it she she found forsythia, a common garden leafy bush that's not often found in a bridal bouquet. "The speckled forsythia brought out the richer burgundy and red tones in the flowers," says Liza. Liza... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Ribbon-Tied Corsages

Ribbon-tied CorsagesPhoto: Liza Lubell
These aren't your cheesy prom corsages! Instead of the standard elastic, Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers used a cream colored silk ribbon to secure these pretty flower corsages to the wrist. Typically worn by the mothers and grandmothers of the bride and groom (as well as other guests of honor like ushers),... read more

Deconstructed Centerpieces

Deconstructed CenterpiecesPhoto: Liza Lubell
For this vineyard wedding, Liza Lubell focused on creating lush garden centerpieces paired with smaller arrangements of textured elements from the larger arrangements for a simple, yet fresh look. The mixed organic arrangements contained garden roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, and fern. Smaller containers of ball dahlias and lambs ear were... read more

Organic White Centerpieces

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Ever heard the saying, it's the space between the lines that makes the art? Liza Lubell, founder of Peartree Flowers brought the idea to life with this tablescape she created for an event at the ultra-modern Guggenheim Museum in New York City. To add contrast to the white linens and ghost chairs in the... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Hair Bouquet

Hair BouquetPhoto: Ryan & Heidi Studio
Your wedding day hairstyle is an essential part in making you look and feel the part of the bride, and Liza Lubell, founder of Peartree Flowers, took this bride's soft updo to the next level with a gorgeous mini hair bouquet of fresh flowers. The hair bouquet, made of ivory cattleya... read more

Winter Citrus

Winter Citrus
As an unexpected twist, Liza Lubell added zesty citrus fruits to an all white winter centerpiece arrangement. "The centerpieces were accompanied by a sprinkling of fresh lemons down the center of long farm tables," says Liza. Liza's arrangement included poppy, ranunculuses, lemon branches, hellebore, and narcissus flowers in addition to wintry staples... read more