Now that spring is approaching, we look forward to end-of-the-year dances and proms. The floral designers at Julia's Florist know how important the traditions of spring dances can be. The magic of the night is wrapped up in formal wear, hairstyles and of course, wearable flowers. Make sure you have a gorgeous corsage or boutonniere to dress up your prom style that holds to tradition. Give your parents a wonderful photo opportunity and give yourself a night full of memories. Read More about Dress Up Your Prom Style »
The spring is a time of many kinds of celebration - and the high school prom is one of the most anticipated of these events. From the nervous invitation to the last dance, the night is full of traditions and customs that have come to represent a rite of passage for high school seniors. Among these traditions is that of beautiful formal flowers - in fact, we couldn't imagine this important dance without them! When you are preparing to attend a Wilmington area prom, don't hesitate to call Julia's Florist. We've been providing corsages and boutonnieres for proms for decades - and we have all of the designs you are looking for.
Don't Forget! Wearable flowers are perfect for other occasions as well. Order a suave boutonniere for your handsome graduate, or an elegant corsage for Mom to wear to brunch on Mother's Day! for any occasion that is extra special, the floral designers at Julia's Florist are here to help. Read More about Wearable Flowers for Proms & Formals »
With homecoming right around the corner – most schools observe the annual tradition between late September and mid-October – it’s time to think about the homecoming flowers you will need for every event. There are football games ,… Read More about Homecoming Flowers – School Colors »
Wearable flowers are wonderful adornments to help couples look even more stunning on the big day of their high school prom. Couples across the country will helping each other put on these flowers, snapping pictures, and heading… Read More about Perfect Flowers to Wear at Prom »