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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Oasis Idea Weekly
March 13, 2018
Can Less Lilies Help You Bring Easter Back?
Easter is not the blooming holiday for florists it once was. How can you help bring it back?
Offer something interesting and different alongside more traditional looks—and then promote them on social media.
If gardens in your area are in bloom, customers will want that look indoors. If spring has not yet sprung, the five “basket” designs here provide an intriguing preview of garden colors, textures and scents any bunny would love.
The designs feature some surprising materials for Easter plus a purposeful reduction: less Lilies.
How does this and four other designs become unconventional Easter baskets? To find out, click the image above or green button below.
Yes, the Lily is the traditional Easter flower. We love Lilies. They’re modestly included in two of the arrangements here.
But we’re aiming for unconventional with these arrangements.
You know the saying about doing the same thing and expecting different results?
To see the five unconventional Easter arrangements with mechanical and design tips, click the image above or green button below.
Go to the comment area at the bottom of the blog page on the website. We look forward to hearing from you!
An Easter Favorite Revisited: Floral Easter Eggs
Decorate floral Easter eggs with natural materials
Discover how to create floral Easter eggs in this popular IDEA Weekly post from 2016. It describes the basic techniques for creating any style floral Easter egg with an emphasis on using natural materials.
With their size and with water in the holder, cascading bouquets can be uncomfortable, especially if designed at an awkward angle. Discover the more comfortable orientation and the recommended way to replace an already inserted flower in this 1:29 second video with Smithers-Oasis Floral Design Director Sharon McGukin.
Every OASIS Floral Products product in detail—and more!
Oasisfloralproducts.com has the complete information you need on every available OASIS Floral Products product including sizes and colors. You'll all find floral recipes, how-to videos, design ideas and inspiration. If you have questions, ideas or concerns and for order support, contact customer service at 1-800-321-8286 or firstname.lastname@example.org.