What To Get Your Sweetie On The Sweetest Day

We’re lucky here in Pennsylvania–Sweetest Day isn’t celebrated everywhere else in the country. Started in Cleveland in the early 1920s, this was a day designed by a group of candy makers who, well, wanted to sell candy. But the idea caught on, and soon communities across the midwest were exchanging chocolates and candies of all stripes with their sweethearts and loved ones. Held on October 20, Neubauer’s Flowers thinks this is one sweet occasion–pardon the pun. We see it as fall’s Valentine’s Day, a time to give our favorite people a special treat and to remind them that we love them.

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Gorgeous All-White Flower Designs That Make A Statement

A burst of white against deep, rich hues can be the fresh twist your decorating needs. Adding all-white floral arrangements to a solid, dark-colored room brings a fresh contrast that will off-set the heavy colors and fabrics. Lend texture and sophistication to a stately room by using a bouquet of flowers of all one shade. White makes a statement and can showcase fragrance, texture and style that might be missed or overshadowed in a bouquet of mixed colors. The floral experts at Neubauer’s Flowers have created amazing designs that will leave you craving more white in your decorating pallet.

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Flowers In Art And Music

Flowers. It’s hard to think of something else that has inspired artists as much as these enchanting beauties. History is filled with examples of paintings and music that take inspiration from flowers, plants and herbs, often making use of them as symbols and metaphors. Sometimes, they are simply examined, praised or otherwise honored in a piece for their beauty, grace, strength and connection to the natural world. Many of our greatest painters have been moved to capture flowers in their work, exploring a blossom’s extraordinary beauty and mystery, while songwriters and performers have taken flower names for titles and used their qualities to stand in for human ones. Neaubauer’s Flowers thinks that this has never been more the case than for the rose, a flower that art and music have always been in love with.

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