F1We are on our official countdown to Christmas now that it’s December, which means a lot of planning, decorating, and shopping. Consider any one of our four Columbus flower shops as your holiday headquarters for décor and gifts.

To get you started on your planning for the holidays, here are just a few ideas:F3

  • Traditional Christmas Tree Lighted offers a traditional design with a tree set in a handmade wooden box.
  • Country Christmas Tree Lighted also comes in a wooden box but offers country style decorations as well as different lighting.
  • Holiday Spice is a bold and fragrant floral arrangement with roses, red gerbera daisies, and carnations as well as cinnamon sticks and greenery like pinecones, berries, flat cedar and Douglas fir.
  • Snoopy’s Cookie Jar commemorates the 50th anniversary of A Charlie Brown Christmas with a keepsake, food-safe ceramic cookie jar filled with fresh and festive flowers.

Besides our team of floral designers who can create custom flower arrangements, we also are introducing a new service this year for holiday decorating.

We are offering personal and commercial holiday decorating services from decorating specialist, Steven Sturdivant,F2

Many customers have commented on how they wish they could have someone do all their holiday decorating for their home or office.

That gave us the idea to offer this unique service that no one else has delivered previously. Our customers are already excited and have been booking in numerous consultations with him.

Steven offers free consultations to determine what type of holiday decorating services are needed by each client, their style, and their budget. He can work with your pre-purchased decorations as well as provide additional flowers, plants, and holiday decorations.F4

This service includes indoor and outdoor decorating and displays, including wintergreens for wreaths, garlands, and swags as well as holiday ornaments, miniature Christmas trees, gift baskets, greeting cards and collectible items.

To schedule a free consultation, Steven can be reached at 614-946-3605.