Griffins Floral Designs

Griffins Floral Designs

Your Family Owned Columbus, Ohio Florist

Sending Valentine’s Messages

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and that means it’s time to start thinking about what you will do to show your sweetheart how much they mean to you. While Valentine’s Day cards, teddy bears, and jewelry are great, we at Griffin Floral Designs still feel that the best way to show your loved ones how much you think of them is with flowers. Each type and color of flower holds specific meaning and can communicate a wealth of feelings, from friendship and admiration to enthusiasm and affection. Choose your Valentine's Day blooms wisely and say exactly what you mean.  Read More about Sending Valentine’s Messages »

Joyful Living Coral

The newest, hottest color on this scene this year is called Living Coral. 2019‘s Color of the Year will be seen everywhere this year, from runways to living rooms, from weddings to sporting events. Be ready for Living Coral to surround you this year! This animated and life-affirming warm coral hue with golden undertones energizes and enlivens with a softer edge. Try placing Living Coral in your home or office for an invigorating effect on the entire room. The floral experts at Griffin's Floral Designs feel that the best way to include Living Coral in your life is with flowers in this beautiful hue. Read More about Joyful Living Coral »
Posted by Russ Griffin on January 7, 2019 Carnations Flower Gifts Flowers Roses

The Flowers Winter Gives Us

If you're looking to make your home a little bit brighter this winter season, look no further than flowers. They bloom all year long, contrary to what you might have thought, with winter turning out some real stunners (roses, lilies, amaryllis . . . we could go on). Here at Griffins Floral Designs, we love working with winter's gorgeous blooms and glorious greens, creating holiday designs that belong front and center on the table or deserve to be delivered to your favorite someone. Read More about The Flowers Winter Gives Us »
Posted by Russ Griffin on December 22, 2017 Carnations Flowers Roses