Sunday, December 20, 2009

Christmas Spiraled Topiary

Topiaries are soooo much fun because you can really make them in any shape or size. In this case I chose to do mine on cone shaped Styrofoam to mimic a Xmas tree. I then used the spiraling technique to keep your eye flowing throughout the arrangement. I used permanent & botanical flowers and greens for this arrangement to last many more Christmas'.
Happy Holidays!!!

Saturday, December 5, 2009


This Ladybug is made with all carnations & can be used for any occasion :)

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sakura Nails Grand Opening Event!

Sea of Blossoms was so privileged to design arrangements for Sakura Nails Grand Opening Event!
We also got to enjoy lots of yummy foods & desserts :)
I have never seen nail art so detailed and unique as Sakura Nails!
To all you So Cal ladies check them out...

8050 Armour St. located in San Diego.
Special Thanks to Yuko :)

Monday, November 23, 2009

Congrats to our Thanksgiving Winner!

& the Winner is........(drum roll)

Elsiee from Orange. CONGRATS on winning the Thanksgiving giveaway!!!!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Unique Flower Trends


instead of the traditional corasages...floral decorative wire can be used to make any design

Pocket Square

used instead of wearing a boutonniere...they slip it in front coat pocket & there you go
***Have a wonderful Thurdsay :)
& don't forget to enter to win our THANKGSGIVING giveaway...sorry to every1 not from So Cal :(***

Monday, November 16, 2009

Thanksgiving Arrangement GIVEAWAY!!

Do you want to make your Thanksgiving Holiday extra special this year?
Enter to win this cornucopia floral arrangement!!!
To enter you must live in Southern California. A winner will be chosen randomly so the more entries the greater the chance of winning. This arrangement will be delivered Novemeber 25th...the day before Thanksgiving. The winner will be chosen Novemeber 23rd and will be announced on my blog and will be notify through winners blog also.
Good Luck to everyone!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Parallel Systems Design

Hi Everyone! This is a different arrangement...a kind you don't see everyday :)
The parallel systems design consists of grouping or clustering of flowers and foliage.
This technique is called parallelism because each stem placement is parallel to each other; whether it be vertical, horizontal, or even diagonal. Leaving empty space in this design is good because it allows your eye to travel through out the arrangement.
Hope you like :)

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Dessert Anyone?

Shake or Malt choose :)
This is perfect for a young girl's birthday party.
Simple & Cute!

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009

San Diego International Floral Trade Center

Processing flowers for San Diego Floral Trade Center Competition

We processed sooo many flowers & had a blast!!!!


Erica & Adrian's Wedding


happy to have been apart of this special day :)