Party Flowers Columbia MO

Looking for Party Flowers in Columbia? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Columbia that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Party Flowers in Columbia.

Laris-fernwood Park Manor Flowers & Greenhouse
(573) 474-6141
3203 Brown Station Rd
Columbia, MO
 
My Secret Garden
(573) 443-1546
823 E. Broadway
Columbia, MO
 
Blooming Gifts
(573) 491-0141
120 Redwood Dr
New Bloomfield, MO
Specialty
Florists & Flowers

Bloomers
(573) 874-6998
104 S Providence Rd
Columbia, MO

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Busch's Florist
(573) 443-3111
2703 Brodway Suite 129
Columbia, MO
Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30Saturday-8:00-4:30

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Allens Flowers Inc
(573) 443-8719
201 S 9th
Columbia, MO
 
Busch's Florist
(573) 657-1709
112 E Broadway
Ashland, MO
Specialty
Florists & Flowers

Lucy`s
(573) 256-1200
3906 Peachtree Dr Ste D
Columbia, MO

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Allen's Flowers Inc - Fine Gifts & Home Decor
(573) 443-8719
111 S 9TH St Ste 170
Columbia, MO

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Kent's Floral Gallery & Gifts
(573) 443-0232
919 E Broadway
Columbia, MO

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Flowers for parties: Floral flower scents

Some types of flowers have little or no scent. Others, however, have strong fragrances that can fill a dining room, a grand ballroom, or even an outdoor reception area. So it's a good idea to keep scent in mind when planning centerpieces or flowers for any area.

"Whoa, that's strong!"

You don't want flowers to overpower the aromas of the delicious food being served at your event. Equally important, some guests find heavy perfume-like flowers unbearable; or they suffer with itchy or watery eyes.

Restraint is the key to creating a pleasantly scented environment. Here are several common categories of floral scents along with some of the flowers (and specific varieties) most likely to fill the air with their type of fragrance:

Citrus

  • Mimosa (Acacia)
  • Waxflower (Chamelaucium)
  • Eucharis

lilac flower arrangement

Sweet/Floral

  • Bouvardia
  • Carnation - especially "Bagatel" (white spray), "Gipsy," and "Candy White"
  • Freesia - especially "Aladin" (yellow), "Blue Moon" (lilac), "Cote D'Azur" (purple), "Golden Wave" (rich yellow), "Oberon" (burnt orange), and "White Wings" (white)
  • Hyacinth
  • Lilac (Syringa)
  • Lily of the valley (Convallaria)
  • Phlox
  • Rose - especially "Extase" (rich purple-red), "Jacaranda" (deep blue-pink), Juliet (soft apricot), and Rosalind (pale pink)
  • Sweet pea

Heavy / Exotic

  • Gardenia
  • Oriental lily - especially "Casablanca" (pure white), "Le Reve" (pale pink), "Stargazer" (white with dark pink stripe), and "Pompeii" (white with yellow stripe)
  • Longiflorum lily
  • Narcissus - especially "Cheerfulness" (double lemon), "Paperwhite" (pure white), "Soleil d'Or" (golden yellow), "Ziva" (pure white)
  • Stephanotis
  • Tuberose (Polianthes)

Oriental lilies come in many beautiful colors; they can anchor floral centerpieces with crisp elegance. Some varieties, however, can leave guests feeling desperate for air. Depending on the size of the room, you may want to use them sparingly.

Image credit: Floral Verde and Flowers by Design

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