November is one of our favorite times here at Bagoy's Florist & Home. As we usher in the holidays (and the season's rich, luxe blooms), there are so many occasions to design and deliver flowers for, we can hardly keep track. Dinners, parties, office events, community celebrations, school festivities - all of these require decor, and lucky for us, that's often in the form of flowers. Holiday flowers are a big deal, not just for us, but for millions of people who will be using them on their tables this season or offering them as gifts.
But the biggest big deal of all is the Thanksgiving centerpiece. If ever there was a time to make a statement with flowers, it's now. Read More about Statement Centerpieces for Thanksgiving »
What are your Thanksgiving plans? If you're like many Americans - 50 million last year, to be exact - you'll be traveling over hill and dale at least 50 miles from your own home to break bread with the ones you love. In our view here at Bagoy's Florist & Home, that means you probably need to consider bringing a host or hostess gift.
You may already be contributing something to the table, but there's nothing quite like the courtesy shown when you come bearing a gift in hand. And since it's customary in the U.S. that we exchange chocolate or flowers, we're pretty certain we have something perfect for the occasion. Read More about Hostess Gifts with the Mostess »
If there's one flower that's more sought after than most right now, it's the dahlia. This uncommon beauty with the starry shape and manifold layers are about to go out of season, making it even more desirable. Decorating with dahlias is the perfect idea for Fall, when we're covering our tables with richly-detailed textiles, burning candles with spicier tones, and in general embellishing our interiors for the season. We at Bagoy's Florist & Home invite you to consider the complex dahlia as a worthy addition to your floral decor. Read More about Decorating with Dahlias »
Autumn in Anchorage means that days are getting steadily colder and shorter - which is why autumn colors are such a beautiful addition to your home. These color palettes are warm and inviting, and bring comfortable ambiance to your decor during this season. Not to mention, autumn also ushers in some of our most beloved holidays - and Bagoy's Florist & Home is prepared to create gorgeous fall centerpieces and bouquets to bring all the warmth of this season to you. Read More about Fall Centerpieces in Autumn Colors »
Posted by bagoys on September 12, 2017
| Last Updated: December 9, 2020
It’s autumn in Anchorage – and we love this time of year! From Oktoberfest to the Great Alaska Shootout, there are plenty of fun local events, and it is a great time to fish for rainbow trout, grayling, steelhead and… Read More about Autumn Flowers for Seasonal Decor »
One of the more traditional symbols of the Thanksgiving holiday holds a place of honor on our seasonal tables; the cornucopia (Latin for “horn of plenty”) is a classic representation of prosperity and abundant provision. The “horn” is a… Read More about The History of the Cornucopia »
The sumptuous dahlia is similar to the sunflower, marigold, dandelion, and aster. Dahlia’s diversity is what is compelling to floral experts. There are more than 20 identified dahlia species, as well as thousands of hybrids, resulting in an extensive range… Read More about Alaskan Dahlias »
We love the unique nature of each season. September brings the brilliant yellows of the aspen trees, while red tundra plants burn with vibrancy. The tallest mountains show off snowy peaks, while the lower elevations are warm enough to… Read More about Alaska’s Fall Flowers »
Posted by Chanda Mines on September 17, 2015
| Last Updated: October 2, 2020