This year, the hottest color around that will be seen everywhere is Living Coral, an animated, life-affirming coral hue with golden undertones that energizes and enlivens. This beautiful shade of coral will be found in everything from the fashion industry to home decor to entertainment industries. The floral experts at Bagoy's Florist suggests one of the easiest and simplest ways to include this gorgeous hue in your home or office is with a fabulous bouquet of flowers that features Living Coral as a main color. Read More about Picture the World In Living Coral »
Each January, we all search for ways to become healthier, happier versions of ourselves. One simple way to make improvements to our mental and physical well-being is by adding more flowers into our lives. The floral experts at Bagoy's Florist have several reasons flowers will add value to your year.
Flowers can help you breathe easier. Plants and flowers are air purifiers, meaning they absorb harmful toxins in the air that can often be the root cause of headaches, congestion and other cold symptoms. Breathing fresh air will make you more focused and productive, so think about adding a regular bouquet to your desk at work.
Flowers can reduce stress. The greenery that accompanies flowers is known to reduce stress and help create a calm, peaceful environment. Lower stress and anxiety by spending a few minutes gazing at flowers each day.
Flowers can improve your creativity. Color is a creativity booster, so surrounding yourself with blooms in your favorite hues is a sure way to start thinking outside the box. Read More about Healthier, Happier You in 2019! »
On December 15, Wreaths Across America holds its annual wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, with many other locations across the country joining them in the tribute. In that spirit, we here at Bagoy's Florist & Home are honored to encourage our customers to consider making their own meaningful rituals to commemorate and honor the veterans and other loved ones in their lives who won't be here to celebrate the holidays. It's a great way to feel connected to family and friends who are on our minds during a season that truly celebrates both. Read More about Remember Your Loved Ones This Holiday »
One of the best things about the holidays, in our view, is the fun we have in transforming our homes for the season. Whether we're baking up cookies in the kitchen or decorating the mantel with cedar boughs, we're busy creating a cozy, inviting environment for our families and guests. Our decorative and culinary traditions run the gamut, from mistletoe to silver bells to spice cakes and eggnog. Many of those customs come in floral form, intimately connected to what nature gives us during the coldest part of the year. It's one of these traditions that Bagoy's Florist & Home is celebrating today. Read More about Make Merry And More This Holiday »
Posted by bagoys on December 2, 2018
| Last Updated: November 5, 2020
We're eager to introduce you to our holiday selection of festive florals, from designs you can bring to dinner to the ones you can use to decorate your own table. We've got poinsettias, wreaths, boxwood trees and more. If you're about ready to unbox your decor and ornaments and are beginning to dream up a magical holiday scene for your place, take a peek at what Bagoy's Florist & Home has on offer. This is one present you can open early. Read More about On Our Holiday Bestseller List »
As soon as Thanksgiving is in the picture, so too are the high holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah. In fact, it seems like we've got even less time these days to get our homes in holiday mode. Maybe that's because we catch that holiday spirit and there's no letting go; as soon as we've got the decorating bug, we're ready to dress our homes up. Bagoy's Florist & Home understands, and we know exactly where to start. Read More about First Order Of Holiday Business: A Wreath »
Today it's our distinct honor to express our gratitude for one of our finest team members here at Bagoy's Florist & Home, and though she's humble, we're singling here out anyway. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we encourage everyone to make a fuss over those people who make a true difference. For our busy team here at Bagoy's, Julie is one of those people. Read More about Who We’re Thankful For: Julie »
Bagoy's Florist & Home is serving up some classic Thanksgiving centerpiece looks for your table. We love one in particular for the unexpected twist it offers, a little update to traditional centerpiece styling. And in fact, Thanksgiving itself is experiencing a bit of a reinvention these days. As one of our most cherished holidays, we don't do too much variation on the theme. But with the addition of Friendsgiving, tons of new takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes and more people than ever going the catering route, Thanksgiving has evolved, too. Read More about Style A Happy Thanksgiving »
Posted by Chanda Mines on November 5, 2018
| Last Updated: October 14, 2020
For many of us, styling a Fall table is one of the most exciting parts of hosting a seasonal dinner. But contrary to what you might think, simply putting down a centerpiece (however stunning) isn't the end of creating a dinner scene worthy of the mantel "Fall table." The real fun begins when you start to build a tablescape around your centerpiece, using all of those delightful seasonal items to make an unforgettable visual experience for your guests. Let Bagoy's Florist & Home's tips be your guide as you construct the Fall table to end all tables. Read More about A Warm and Woodsy Centerpiece »
Cozy blankets, spiced candles, cinnamon brooms and cornucopias. It's Fall, and here at Bagoy's Florist & Home, we're talking texture. If there's one quality that defines autumnal decor, this is it. We mean that layered, decadent vibe, where both look and feel is emphasized. Bringing the outdoors in during the cooler months opens you up to a world of natural elements, everything from pine cones to branches to berries. We've plucked the perfect floral design to accompany all of the rest of the harvest textures you have going on in your home. Read More about A Season For Texture »