Showing Thanks To The People Who Make Us What We Are

This Thanksgiving, the design team at Crouch Florist is so thankful for all of the people who come together to bring you our most beautiful, freshest flowers. From growers and farmers to artistic designers, from dedicated sales staff to our excellent delivery truck drivers, we could not do our job without every single one of our amazing staff.

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A Marvelously Modern Thanksgiving Table

Sometimes in the midst of the holiday season, we can become so immersed in perfecting our traditions that we forget the reason for the celebration. This Thanksgiving, find new ways to be thankful by stepping away from tradition and having a creative, non-traditional celebration. For example, invite friends and family to a Thanksgiving cocktail party, complete with a mixology table and hors d’oeuvres. Dress up food and drink tables in traditional Thanksgiving decor to bring old and new together. You can even serve appetizers inspired by a traditional Thanksgiving menu (think turkey meatballs with cranberry sauce). Include a gorgeous centerpiece from the collection at Crouch Florist to tie the entire room together.

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Autumn Color On Your Table

It’s time to celebrate fall and all the delights that come with it. The designers at Crouch Florist want to make sure your tablescape is as stylish as you are. If you’re one to gather your own flowers and would like to create your own centerpiece, here are some specific tips for a long-lasting arrangement.

  • Soak floral foam with flower food water mix. Remove foam as soon as it is saturated so it doesn’t disintegrate.
  • Start greening the foam, space the foliage evenly, but don’t fill it in too tightly. Even after adding all the foliage, you’ll still want to be able to see plenty of your floral foam.
  • Continue with the flowers – Cut the stems short and always cut them at an angle. Clean stems from excessive foliage. Distribute the blooms evenly.
  • Rotate the base in order to make sure it looks full on every side.

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Capturing The Textures Of Fall

Presenting a home full of fall decor can be a simple and enjoyable task when you include textures and colors that reflect the natural beauty of this changing season. Bring fall indoors with fragrant accents like apples, cinnamon sticks or pine cones as decor. Let the colors of fall adorn your front porch steps with beautiful autumn florals in an array of harvest hues. Add harvest textures to your décor with acorns, pine cones, and tree branches that exude the natural elements of fall. The floral designers at Crouch Florist have included a variety of harvest textures and colors in our fall collection.

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A Fun Yet Sophisticated Floral Design For Halloween

As Halloween approaches, plenty of fun and festive decorations begin to show up everywhere. While decorating can be entertaining, sometimes your work environment is a good place to keep things on the sophisticated side. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t join in the fun of decorating! Include pieces that are both tasteful and spirited for your office decor and enjoy a tastefully festive atmosphere all season long. The floral experts at Crouch Florist have some excellent pieces on hand that will lend a level of elegance to your Halloween decor.

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Show How Much You Care With A Bosses Day Gift

Your boss is one of the people in your life who encourages you to be better, spurs you on to greatness and supports you every step of the way. Bosses are mentors, cheerleaders and motivators. Every October, we have the opportunity to celebrate these individuals who support us in our work. Bosses Day, observed on October 16th, is a day for recognizing everything your boss does to help you in your work. Crouch Florist has a variety of plants, floral designs and gift baskets that will make a great surprise for your boss this year.

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Flowers To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage

This month, from September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This month-long festival was created to honor and pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Bringing us a wealth of culture and significant contributions to American society, these individuals deserve special recognition for maintaining their own culture while enriching ours. Crouch Florist is eager to pay tribute to Hispanic Americans this month with beautiful floral arrangements featuring flowers from Latin American nations.

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Fall In Love With Fall’s Jewel Tones

When you’re looking for a quick, simple update to your office decor, think about including a gorgeous bouquet of jewel-toned flowers. These deep, rich colors can compliment the neutral hues of a work space while setting an autumn mood that brings the season indoors. The designers at Crouch Florist have created some stunning pieces that are so rich in color and texture, you’ll be inspired and delighted by your office’s new look.

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Pairing Sweet Edible Floral Treats With Flowers

Now that fall is approaching, change in the air makes entertaining take on a creative spin as we introduce edible flowers to our menus. Adding a new and unique twist to your menu items at your next brunch or afternoon tea will delight your guests and crown you the most inventive host yet. Crouch Florist suggests pairing a sweet edible floral treat with a gorgeous arrangement of flowers at your next fall gathering.

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Living The Plant Life

Maintaining a balanced lifestyle can be challenging sometimes. Eating healthy, finding time to exercise, and keeping stress low are all helpful when it comes to our well-being. Did you know that having a living plant in your home or office can reduce stress and boost energy? Not only do plants cleanse the air as they give off oxygen, but studies have shown that simply being near a natural, living thing can have calming effects. Knoxville, Tennessee’s Crouch Florist recommends including a gorgeous dish garden or lush leafy green plant in your office decor to create a less-stressful work environment.

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