To say that these spiked vases are one of our favorites would be a dramatic understatement. We LOVE using them because of their incredibly unique look as well as their ability to blend with a huge array of styles. These beauties are available in our rental collection. Scroll down to peek at two of our favorite arrangements that lived in these containers in the past.
If we had to give a vase a personality, this vase would be the tall, leggy girl in your life that’s not just beauty; she’s brains too. And you can’t even hate on her because she’s unbelievably nice, so you just kind of quietly envy her.
Introducing, the model vase. And yes, you can rent her!! To get more information on this beauty and to peek at our other rental options, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Last fall we got to play with Sarah Hubbell of Emma Magazine and we never had the chance to share with you. As we ramp up for Thanksgiving this year, we thought it would be fun to share a little throwback.
When creating a centerpiece for a holiday table, keep it short. You want to create a community with your guests and forcing them to talk around a HUGE floral centerpiece is not the best way to do that. We love the idea of a series of bud vases or one smaller arrangement in the center of the table to add a pop of flowers to your table without being overwhelming. Steer clear of anything that has a strong scent because it could cause the flavors in your food to taste…off… Aside from those guidelines, you can let your imagination run free!!
We can’t get enough of our sweet Norah vases. We love to use these to showcase bright blooms and to bring an industrial vibe to an otherwise dainty arrangement. What we’re saying is… these vases will make you look really cool and show your friends that you have great taste. Win/win, right?
You can rent these and many other unique vases from us for your events both big and small! Reach out to us at email@example.com for more information.
Sometimes it’s just necessary to flower something that wouldn’t normally be flowered. Am I right!? We had some fun with Jon Jenkins creating this flowered drum. Really, though. How great would this be at a wedding or event for a musicians? Sometimes the best flower arrangements are not those found in vases.
We know it’s early but we want to chat with you about a REALLY cool option for your sweetheart this year. We’re teaming up with Chocolade Van Brugge to provide a one-stop-shop for flowers and chocolate this Valentine’s Day. It gets better! We are also offering local delivery for only $10. We’ll accept pre-orders up till February 6th then we’ll host a pop-up shop at Chocolade Van Brugge February 13-14 for you last minute daredevils.
Place your order now at www.hootandholler.co/shop!
This has been one hell of a year for Hoot & Holler. This year we expanded our business into the wedding world, created over 200 centerpieces, put together dozens of bouquets, taught 5 workshops around the valley, contributed to over 20 photoshoots, were featured on Style Me Pretty and Weddings Defined, and had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with brands such as Ave Styles, Chasing Paper, Madewell, West Elm, and Coca-Cola.
Here’s to a beautiful and busy 2015! Thank you so much for all of your support. We can’t wait to share some new projects with you and to continue perfecting our existing services. We would be nothing without our community and we can’t thank you enough for being part of it.
photographer: Ace & Whim
photographer: Manny D. Photography
Andrea + Dave’s Wedding
photographer: Melissa Jill
Sam + Kieran’s Wedding
photographer: Kym Ventola
Jami + Zach’s Wedding
photographer: Mike Olbinski
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photographer: Amy Frances Photo
photographer: Melissa Jill