Florists in Bloomingdale, GA
Find local Bloomingdale, Georgia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bloomingdale and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Bloomingdale Flower Shops
3180 Hwy 80
Bloomingdale, GA 31302
Bloomingdale GA News
Feb 8, 2018
From Fragile to Funky: Flowers in Fashionable Fabrics, 1500-2000
Christian Dior Spring-Summer 1963. Printed silk/linen plain weave & silk organza flowers. FIDM Museum Collection (77.116.3 ), Gift of Mrs. Alfred Bloomingdale.Fashions may come and go, but as guests will hear from FIDM Museum’s Leigh Wishner, floral motifs in textiles are perennial.This colorfully illustrated lecture at Pasadena Museum of History (PMH) on Thursday, February 8, at 6:00 pm, will span five hundred years of flowers that never fade in apparel and furnishing textiles. PMH is located at 470 W. Walnut St., Pasadena. Parking is free in the Museum lot and on Walnut St.Tickets: $10 Textile Arts Council; $15 PMH Members; $20 General. Tickets include entrance to the Exhibition Galleries (now showing Royals of Pasadena: Rose Queen® and Royal Court) starting at 5:00 pm and a wine and cheese reception. Advanced ticket purchase is recommended; purchase online at https://flowersinfashion.brownpapertickets.com/ or by calling 1.800.838.3006, ext. 1.About the LectureWhether woven or printed, embroidered or embellished with trompe l’oeil petals and three-dimensional bouquets, or pushed to their abstract limits in design, flowers continually captivate and provide endless sources of natural inspiration to fashion designers and interior decorators. Carnations, pansies, and roses decorated the most sumptuous Renaissance fabrics in a codified,... (Pasadena Now)Feb 3, 2017
Attracts Floral Professionals from Across the Nation
The Grand Prize, which includes airfare, hotel and registration to the convention, was won by Sandy Lincoln of Any Blooming Thing in Bloomingdale, Georgia.
Complementing Fresh Forum, Napco is presenting it annual pre-show now through March 1, 2017. More than 1,000 new Napco items are being introduced during pre-show along with versatile merchandising ideas florists can utilize to enhance their in-store displays and promotions. The pre-show event is being held in the Napco corporate showroom in Jacksonville, Florida and florists attending the event can take advantage of VIP shopping, show specials, seasonal dating, freight incentives and other important benefits.
“Napco and BloomNet were thrilled to welcome florists from across North America to Fresh Forum 2017. I want to thank all who attended, helping to make this year’s event one of our best ever,” said Mark Nance, AAF, President of BloomNet. “I also want to thank our presenters, each of whom shared their artistry and expertise, showcasing new possibilities in floral design and providing leading-edge ideas florists can utilize to grow their businesses. And, I want to congratulate and thank all the designers who participated in the Floriology Institute Design Competition...your amazing talents are an inspiration to everyone.”
With more than 75 years as a trusted source to the floral and related industries, Napco (www.napcoimports.com) is the one-stop-shopping home for floral, garden, gift and seasonal decor needs. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Napco creates, imports and distributes a vast line of products featuring exclusive designs. The company’s diverse product line includes floral containers in virtually all shapes, sizes and colors along with decorative accents, inspirational and sympathy products, a wide variety of garden items, superior quality glassware, and trend-forward products carefully selected for holidays throughout the year including Valentine’s Day, Christmas and many other special occasions. Dedicated to providing unparalleled customer service, Napco has a highly experienced team of sales associates located throughout the United States and the company offers flexible purchasing options as well as state-of-the-art order fulfillment capabilities. Napco is a division of BloomNet® and a member of the 1-800-FLOWERS.COM family of brands.
As the leading floral industry service provider, BloomNet (www.BloomNet.net), a wholly-owned subsidiary of 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, is focused on continually exceeding the expectations of its select community of Florists. Retail Florists across the nation and around the globe rely upon BloomNet as their trusted source for unique personalized service, comprehensive florist care, innovative programs, and quality products designed to increase their viability. BloomNet is committed to working side by side with our Florists to foster industry education, build community, and develop long term relationships built on trust, commitment, and dependability.
About Floriology Institute
As the premier, industry-accredited floral education center, the Floriology Institute is dedicated to building a foundation for excellence, enabling innovative approaches in floral design and retail business practices that empower florists to reach their full potential and allow their customers to recapture the joy and expression of the language of flowers. The Floriology Institute offers an extensive range of courses, electives and forums featuring hands-on sessions, in-depth lectures and online learning opportunities. Instructors at the Floriology Institute include award winning floral designers and h... (Business Wire )Dec 22, 2016
Big Apple ripe for Christmas visit
Santa Claus during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
And famous department stores, such as Bergdorf Goodman, Lord & Taylor, Barneys New York, Bloomingdales, Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue have attracted countless New Yorkers and visitors for years with their engaging holiday window displays. New York has celebrated Christmas in many ways, and for a long time.
So the visit there was a distinct pre-Christmas treat!
... (Post-Bulletin)May 3, 2016
Mother's Day gift and travel guide
Eric Javits manufactures clutches and wallets that range from $100 to $300 and can be purchased at Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom’s and Saks, as well as at ericjavits.com. Laudi Vidni (laudividni.com), which is the word individual spelled backwards, has cross body bags in the same price range as Eric Javits’ leather goods. Italian designer Pablo Baldini (pablobaldini.com) makes lively colored leather bags in the slightly higher $250 to $400 ballpark, while Jemma (jemmabag.com) makes more conservative handbags for around $350. If mom loves going to the beach, Paige Gamble (paigegamble.com) makes fun summery totes to take to the shore.
There is no shortage of perfumes on the market, but choosing the right one is not easy. Sephora has a gift box that the company smartly calls “Favorites,” which contains perfumes from Dolce & Gabbana and Versace. Former Jackson Heights resident Tara Durkan started a fragrance company in LA, Dossage, and Dossage 8 for Her is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Chanel No. 5.
There was a time when one might feel self-conscious using any kind of skin care product. Not anymore. These days folks of all ages are using anti-wrinkle cremes and anti-aging serums.
There is no shortage of quality producers of these products, and that has led to competitive pricing in a very upscale industry. Environ has a gift set in honor of its 25th anniversary (dermaconcepts.com) that includes masque, hydrating oils, eye gel and hand cremes for $250. VENeffect, Cosmedicine and Bliss World all make anti-aging cremes and serums, while CeraVe makes numerous hydrating cleansers and moisturizing lotions.
Mineral Fusion is quietly rivaling Avon, Maybelline and Estee Lauder as a full-service manufacturer of beauty products as it makes its own line of lipsticks, eye shadow, mascara, moisturizers, body lotions and shampoos.
Hair products are a tricky purchase because nearly everyone is particular about what they want to use on or for their scalp. Conair, Drybar and Rusk make hair driers and curling irons that make hair look fuller, as do shampoos such as Grande Hair Nutra Peptide, Austin Kyle and Paul Brown.
Eyelashes are getting almost as much attention these days as hair is in the beauty industry. Grande Lash and Palladio Beauty’s Lash Obsessed Mascara are sure to bring attention to mom’s eyes.
Summer is coming and that means so is sandals season. Ocean Minded and Havaianas both make sandals that can be worn as part of everyday fashion as well as on the beach. The same can be said for those durable clogs made by Crocs or the stylish, durable, as well as American-made, spa shoes produced by Oka-B. If mom wants stylish summer dress shoes check out the collection from designer Carolinna Espinosa.
Foot comfort is important around the house as well. Dear Foams (dearfoams.com) and Very Lovely Soles (verylovelysoles.com) both make quality inexpensive slippers. If you want to splurge, Minnie Rose (minnierose.com) makes cashmere slippers.
The arrival of warmer days means that the sun is out for more hours and that its rays are quite direct. Coola, Kiss My Face and Coppertone all make sunscreens with high SPF counts that maximize skin protection.
Sunglasses are also a must to prevent ocular damage. Safilo is the leader in the field of fashionable and functional eyewear, as it has stylish frames in various price points — from ritzy Jimmy Choo and Fendi that run north of $300 to the surprisingly affordable Marc by Marc Jacobs in the $125 neighborhood, to their OXYDO and Polaroid lines that run under $100. If you think mom would like the round rimless specs favored by, most famously, John Lennon and Meg Ryan, you should check out Silhouettes (silhouettes.com). Modasten’s stylish Polarized Italian and 100% UV Italian Collection retail for around $100.
If your mother loves to be in the kitchen, Pottery Barn, Sur La Table and Crate & B... (Queens Chronicle)May 3, 2016
2016 Mother's Day Gift & Travel Guide
Eric Javits manufactures clutches and wallets that range from $100-$300 and can be purchased at Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom’s, and Saks, as well as at ericjavits.com. Laudi Vidni (laudividni.com), which is the word individual spelled backwards, has cross body bags in the same price range as Eric Javits’ leather goods. Italian designer Pablo Baldini (pablobaldini.com) makes lively colored leather bags in the slightly higher $250-$400 ballpark while Jemma (jemmabag.com) makes more conservative handbags for around $350. If mom loves going to the beach, Paige Gamble (paigegamble.com) makes fun summery totes to take to the shore.
Dossage 8 For Her perfume.
There is no shortage of perfumes on the market but choosing the right one is not easy. Sephora has a gift box that the company smartly calls “Favorites” that contains perfumes from Dolce & Gabbana and Versace. Former Jackson Heights resident Tara Durkan started a fragrance company in L.A., Dossage, and Dossage 8 for Her is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Chanel No. 5.There was a time when one might feel self-conscious using any kind of skin care product. Not anymore. These days folks of all ages are using anti-wrinkle cremes and anti-aging serums.There is no shortage of quality producers of these products and that has led to competitive pricing in a very upscale industry. Environ has a gift set in honor of its 25th anniversary (dermaconcepts.com) that includes masque, hydrating oils, eye gel, and hand cremes for $250. VENeffect , Cosmedicine, and Bliss World all makes anti-aging cremes and serums while CeraVe makes numerous hydrating cleansers and moisturizing lotions.
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Freebie Friday: Art and Jazz festivals, Earth Day in the Park
Orlando Brewing, 1301 Atlanta Ave., Orlando, free, 407-872-1117.
Graffiti in the Home: reception for works by Pam Loudon. 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Bloomingdale's at Millenia Mall, 4152 Conroy Rd, Orlando, free, 407-264-2400.
Mount Dora Art Stroll: monthly tour of local galleries. 6 p.m. today, Mount Dora Center for the Arts, 138 E. Fifth Ave., Mount Dora, free, 352-383-0880, mountdoracenterforthearts.org.
ART GALLERY AT MILLS PARK: 6-9 p.m. Thursday-Saturdays,1650 N. Mills Ave., Orlando; free; 407-766-7353. "Art Crush Pop-Up Show" (through April 17).
ARTISANS ON FIFTH: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Monday; 134 E. Fifth Ave. at Mount Dora Center for the Arts, Mount Dora; free; 352-383-0880. "Seeds, Beads & Reeds" (opening reception 6-8 p.m. today, through April 30).
ART OF HEALING GALLERY: call for hours; located in Florida Hospital Altamonte, 601 E. Altamonte Drive, Altamonte Springs; free; 407-303-5395. "Collect Moments Not Things" (through June 9).
ARTS ON DOUGLAS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday; 123 Douglas St., New Smyrna Beach; free; 386-428-1133. "A Walk in the Woods: New Work by BJ Lantz" (through April 16), "Chris Robb: Continuum" (through April 30).
ATLANTIC CENTER FOR THE ARTS: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday; 1414 Art Center Ave., New Smyrna Beach; free; 386-427-6975. "Opening Minds Through Art" (through May 17).
CASSELBERRY ART HOUSE: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Orlando Sentinel)