Holiday shopping can be overwhelming and stressful. Flowers are a beautiful way to express your love this Christmas and holiday season. We have curated a holiday floral gift-giving guide for you to make it easy to shop for any personality, age, and budget.
The table is often referred to as the heart of the home. It is where loved ones gather to laugh and to share stories of joys, trials, and growth. It is where memories are formed and where we break bread as families and friends. And with the holidays fast approaching, we look forward to making the heart of the home extra special to celebrate life’s beautiful moments.
Your engagement period is a small chapter in your love story and yet, still one worth celebrating and appreciating as you have said the first “yes” towards marriage and a life with your best friend. Engagement photos beautifully capture that love in the simplest ways-the loving glances, the huge smiles, and the gentle embraces. Through their beauty, flowers add to that silent love language captured in these photos which is why we love incorporating flowers into those special moments celebrating love.
Every couple wants beautiful wedding photos they’ll cherish for years to come, and if you’ve chosen a winter wedding, you might be dreaming of romantic photos with soft falling snow. But is it worth ruining your bouquet, especially
We hear you, it’s frustrating! No one wants to see prices go up. We sympathize, but there is a simple explanation. It’s a classic case of supply and demand.
There are only so many roses that can be grown at one time, and during Valentine’s Day, this classic symbol of love is highly sought after, making each stem more precious, and therefore more valuable.
Succulents continue to be a popular and growing trend and it’s no wonder why! They grow in a huge variety of unique looks, and they require relatively low maintanence. When people joke about being plant killers, it’s usually because they can’t remember to water them. If you’re one of those people, you’re in luck! Succulents only need to be watered once every week or two.
As a flower shop, we specialize in arranging flowers, not growing them. Many years ago, our great-grandfather and grandfather dappled in growing some of the flowers for the shop, but they didn’t find it very successful, so now we leave that delicate task to our skilled farmers around the world who dedicate themselves to cultivating many different flowers in their appropriate climates.
The middle of summer is as tropical as Michigan ever gets, and we have one idea that is sure to make you feel like you’re on an exotic island. We promise it’s a whole lot cheaper and easier than booking a fancy trip. All you need to do is bring some tropical flowers home! This month, to match the warm weather outside, we’ve been featuring tropical flowers at Viviano Flower Shop.
The Fourth of July is a quintessential American holiday where we often think of fun summertime festivities and time spent with friends and family. A day relaxing at the lake or by the pool day with friends, a barbecue with family, and a night watching the sky light up with the vibrant colors of fireworks are just a few of the activities we Americans love to do to celebrate Independence Day.
Most people don’t know an agapanthus from an allium, but they can identify a rose. June is National Rose Month, and roses are hands down the most popular and well known flower. However, we find that many people are less familiar with the growing process and the different types of roses.
Hi there! Welcome to our flower shop.
We are Elizabeth, Rebecca, and Cecilia Viviano, sister trio and the faces behind the blossoming pictures and flowery speech you will find on these pages. As fourth generation family members behind Viviano Flower Shop, we are immersed in everything floral. Flowers are one of the most beautiful parts of creation. Ralph Waldo Emerson put it simply, “the earth laughs in flowers,” and here, we delight in sharing our floral fancies. Thank you for visiting with us!