H.Bloom: Thanksgiving Flowers
Flower and plant service, H.Bloom, was created by Bryan Burkhart and Sonu Panda in 2010 in New York City. The online flower shop offers both one-time deliveries and floral subscriptions to discerning customers. Since its inception, the company has grown from a few employees servicing the New York market to now servicing 10 markets across the country. For the upcoming holiday, H.Bloom’s Hope Reagan, talks about the company’s three Thanksgiving arrangements, Signature, Lush and Grand, to liven up the table.
01 Floral Aesthetic
H.Bloom creates high quality floral arrangements and plant installations for discerning businesses and individuals. We work closely with our clients to create exquisite pieces that enhance their unique spaces while remaining within their own aesthetic. Our style is versatile, and we create pieces ranging from contemporary to exotic to rustic. More importantly, we pride ourselves on being able to provide our clients with one of a kind pieces of living art.
02 The Thanksgiving Arrangement
This season we are featuring a trio of autumn arrangements that are lovely additions to any Thanksgiving spread. Varietals featured throughout this collection include blaze mums, mango calla lilies, baby boo pumpkins, scabiosa pods, white hydrangea, orange pincushions, brunia and safflower.
03 The Inspiration
We are deeply inspired by the rich rustic tones and textures that autumn brings. We’ve paired contrasting varietals together to honor the idea of this bountiful harvest. Their aesthetic compliments a wide range of Thanksgiving decor while their size makes them great conversation starters without imposing on space.
Photo Source: H. Bloom
04 The Holiday
I love to entertain at home, but unfortunately I will be traveling for this holiday. However if I were host, I would go for something rustic and woodsy to contrast with my apartment’s clean and minimal aesthetic (lots of black and whites with accents of gold). I have this long beautiful wooden trough that I would love to fill with green and purple-hued succulents, grass, moss, and maybe some pinecones. This textural low and lush arrangement would be a beautiful statement piece, and a nice break from traditional Thanksgiving decor.