Friday, December 28, 2012

LoCoFlo Bouquet featured in the new edition of Eco-Beautiful Weddings

We were super excited to see one of our fall bouquets in the new edition of Eco-Beautiful Weddings!


Eco-Beautiful Wedding is a great resource for couples that want to have an amazingly beautiful, eco-friendly wedding. It’s full of ideas for creative decor, fashion, floral…as well as loads of gorgeous photos.

Speaking of gorgeous photos…we are so grateful to be able to partner with like-minded, green vendors such as our friends at Balance Photography. We worked with them on a fun photo shoot back in October out at Thorpewood, one of our favorite, green venues. The bouquet above was commissioned for the shoot and complemented the woodsy, mountain venue perfectly. It was filled with locally grown magnolia, eucalyptus, amaranth, wheat, dahlias and monkey balls. It was wrapped in a simple burlap wrap.

Thanks to Balance Photography and Eco-Beautiful Weddings for including Local Color Flowers  in the Winter/Spring 2013 edition!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Local Color Flowers is now WIND Powered!

CC Logo Powered By LargeEveryday we’re excited about something new at our new Charles Village studio space. As part of our on-going commitment to becoming a more sustainable small business, we’re excited to announce that we’ve switched to wind power through Clean Currents.
Wonder why wind power is awesome? Here’s some reasons:
  • Wind power is the 2nd most renewable energy source after solar
  • Wind power is a green energy source that doesn’t pollute the environment
  • Wind power is abundant and can be harnessed anywhere-including in our own communities.
Switching to wind power with Clean Currents was simple and easy and took very little time.  We’re thrilled to be one of many socially conscious businesses that have made the switch to wind power. It’s another way that our small business can help our community and our environment.

Monday, December 3, 2012

It’s a Wrap!

The 2012 wedding season is officially over! What a season it’s been. We worked on 82 weddings this season. That is definitely up from the 56 we did last year.

But the story isn’t in the numbers.

It’s in the faces.




It’s in the flowers.


It’s in the growers.






The story is in all the great people that we worked with this year.



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Thank you to everyone who helped to make our 2012 wedding season such a success! We’re grateful to all of you!