The Holidays Are In Full Bloom At Bastille Flowers

12/18/2018 in
The Holidays Are In Full Bloom At Bastille Flowers

By: Caroline De Tino

With the cold weather in full bloom, it can be hard to find color outdoors. So why not give the gift of some greens and reds this holiday season with elegantly crafted flowers from Bastille Flowers & Events?

Gift shopping can be hard work. Bastille makes things easy for even the pickiest of coworkers or relatives. From bouquets to bold centerpieces and wreaths, there is a meaningful gift for everyone on your list. Each piece is created with a careful amount of perfection and attention to detail to make it just the way you want it. Simply name some ideas, and they will be delivered.

If flowers alone don’t make a beautiful gift, perhaps a workshop might. Design, create, and take home your own floral arrangements with the help of Bastille founder, Emily Pinon. Learn about the essentials like seasonal flower selections, color and design tips, and helpful step-by-step guidance putting everything together. Flowers, vases, and clippers are included in each session, along with snacks and refreshments. Workshops run once a month for two hours.

Nothing says festive quite like a dazzling, seasonally selected floral arrangement!

Bastille is located at 70 Pine Street; for more information, click here.

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