Hurray! The Holidays are here! We love the bright, colorful lights, delectable aromas, spending time with family, and how the holiday spirit just brings everyone closer. Here at Neubauer’s Flowers, Uniontown’s best florist, we love this time of year! It’s never too soon to start decorating and preparing for the holidays, so to make it easy for you, we’ve assembled all of our best holiday blogs right here in one place. Discover creative decorating tips, great gift ideas, and beautiful seasonal florals. From our family to yours, Happy Holidays!
With the short days and blustery weather, growing flowers probably isn’t the first thing on your mind. Not much that’s alive and green, other than evergreens, can survive the cold winters in Uniontown, but at Neubauer’s Flowers, our florists don’t let the weather stop us from gardening.
Here at Neubauer’s Flowers, we’ve been inspired by national program Wreaths Across America, celebrated each December with a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Many locations across the country join them in this tribute, and we think it is an easy one to plan all on your own.
Just think about it: when we aren’t cooking, baking and creating in the kitchen, we’re busy designing with lights in our front yard, or dreaming up a colorful Christmas tree, or coming up with increasingly funny scenarios in which to place our Elves on the Shelf.
The holidays are here and Neubauer’s Flowers couldn’t be more excited! To prove it, we’ve got our holiday best on–as in, our best holiday florals. From wreaths to centerpieces to accents, we’ve got your seasonal decor needs completely covered and then some.
You may not know it, but many flowers thrive during winter. Roses, amaryllis, lilies… the list of lovely blooms goes on, making it easy to find a beautiful bouquet to give to someone special, whether it’s your grandmother’s birthday or your daughter’s debut in The Nutcracker.
We at Neubauer’s Flowers have been hard at work on our holiday designs and loving how this time of year calls for bold color and texture, the addition of natural accents and a sense of whimsy and play.
When it comes to Secret Santa – the group gift swap that relies on the recipient not knowing the giver’s identity – there’s lots of fun to be had, but also a few challenges.
We always embrace the year’s new holiday trends, whether it’s rainbow trees or projectors that make it look like it’s snowing on your garage. But we also love the classic, traditional decor of the holidays, which are just around the corner.