Hello to all brides/grooms-to-be!
First and foremost, congrats on your big day! We usually get as excited as you do when we first receive your email with your wedding dates! We are always ready to help and answer any queries we can because we understand that planning for a wedding is no easy feat!
We have shared some information that we think would help over on our #flowercrushfriday series on Instagram over 4 weeks but we have compiled them all here, in one blog post so that it will be easy to refer to!
House plants are becoming a big part of interior design and styling. If you have house plant(s) in your home and have forgotten all about them because they have blended in so well with your furnitures, check on them now and give them some attention! (:
Here are some tips on caring for your house plants!
Who here is guilty of killing your succulent plant? I know I am. Like an anxious parent, I tend to overwater my succulent plant and that's usually the cause of most succulents' death.
Fear not, we have tried and tested the following tips and that should help you keep your succulents living longer!
Tillandsia, otherwise more commonly known as air plants, requires air, water and sunlight to survive. (Yes, they don't just survive on air!!!)
Here are some tips on how to care for your air plant...
Previously on #flowercrushfriday, we shared some tips on how to make your fresh flowers last longer! :) This week, we want to share about how you can preserve your fresh flowers by drying them. 1. To keep flowers as close to their original colour, try to start drying process as soon as flowers have fulfilled its purpose. (Shoutout to all the brides with your bridal bouquets) 2. Tie your bouquet together at its stem. 3. You can also choose to tie them individually as not to damage the bloom 4. Hang them in a dry and dark place for about...