Happy New Year! Everybody celebrate!

The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, celebrating the start of the year 5775 begins tonight at sundown. Whether or not you are Jewish, I vote that you do something celebratory tonight or tomorrow.  Let me tell you why.

My Little Flower Shop wishes everyone a Happy New Year: L'Shanah Tovah!

My Little Flower Shop wishes everyone a Happy New Year: L’Shanah Tovah!

Many cultures have New Year’s traditions and rituals, and most of them are fun and involve tasty food.  In addition to this Jewish celebration, there’s the Persian holiday Nowrooz, all the variants on the Lunar New Year across Asian cultures, and America’s own version with Dick Clark in Times Square.  Why not have everyone celebrate everything?  What better way to foster understanding and cross cultural togetherness?  Plus- New Years times four or five sounds fun doesn’t it?  Who’s in?  Start tomorrow with some apples and honey for a sweet new year.

Be well and love well.

Dinah

You Can’t Take A Palm Springs Florist On Vacation!

A wedding florist? Busy for Labor Day? Yes- Rosh Hashanah too! But no matter where I go, I can’t get events out of my head. A backyard barbecue? I’m mentally  measuring the place for tables. A High Holiday service? I’m picking out the perfect spot for a chuppah,

A huppah covered in roses, hydrangea, succulents, lisianthus, mums, and beautiful freenery

A huppah covered in roses, hydrangea, succulents, lisianthus, mums, and beautiful greenery

and how My Little Flower Shop would decorate the aisles.  It never turns off ! We are event designers 24/7, even on vacation.  (Do you know what kind of charity ball you could throw at The Louvre?) So I go with it, and know that in the end it can only benefit the couples who come to seek out a wedding florist in Palm Springs. Here we are!  The ideas never stop.  Come on in.

Be well, and love well.

-Dinah