Tipton & Hurst was recently featured in the Valentine Gift Guide article on the popular fashion blog AJ Wears Clothes.
When listing the best presents to give for Valentine’s Day, Tipton & Hurst was the only florist mentioned:
“Flowers are always the ultimate Valentine, and now that Tipton Hurst has joined The Promenade, it’s easier than ever to pick up a bouquet. They have cash & carry in store, or you can order ahead of time and pick up – or better yet, have them deliver! They also have an impressive selection of gift baskets.”
Read the full article here.
We were honored to be the official florist of Evolve 2015 at the Little Rock Marriott Saturday, January 24th.
The event was put on by the Centers for Youth and Families. This year’s theme, Winter nights, included centerpieces with ivory branches and gorgeous white hydrangeas accented with hanging candles.
The Center for Youth and Families in Little Rock provides assistance and care for at-risk families and troubled children.
We were honored to be the official florist of the 2015 Woman of the Year Gala. Not only were we able to put together some beautiful centerpieces, but the fruit was donated after the event!
The board of Women & Children First, the state’s largest shelter for survivors of domestic violence, held the gala Jan. 17 in the Little Rock Marriott Grand Ballroom downtown.
See the full album here.
Sometimes, all you need is love… and sometimes, you need a helping hand. Here’s a photo essay for you showcasing one of our beautiful bridal bouquets.
“Mr. and Mrs.” leave the church in a vintage VW convertible complete with shoes and cans attached to the back of their car. Unfortunately, they get only a few blocks away when something goes wrong. Ut oh! Flat tire.
The bride waits patiently as the groom works on the car. Can you believe this happened to us on our wedding day? Geeze! The bride has a moment to enjoy her wedding bouquet. A base of creamy white hydrangeas, ivory roses with just the faintest hint of buttery yellow in the center, pure white stock which is very fragrant, a few frilly carnations, wisps of white alliums, and gray dusty miller. The ivory satin ribbon falls to the ground with love knots and makes a nice contrast to the beautiful mermaid-style wedding dress.
Bride decides to take matters into her own hands by thumbing for a ride. No takers so she ups the ante showing a little leg. Cue the whistles!
Husband gets a little frustrated with wife’s silliness and takes a break. Bride sees off the road a little gazebo and a pond and gets an idea.
She takes hubby’s hand and together they walk to a romantic spot where they share some time. Flat tire? Who cares! We’ll call for help after we enjoy some quite time together on our wedding day.
Special thanks to our models Mr. and Mrs. Dane Stanage of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and Brownsville, Texas; Proposals in the Heights who generously loaned Mrs. Stanage’s beautiful gown; and the Chrisman Family for the use of their adorable VW. Story and Photos by Mandy Shoptaw.
Source Guide: Proposals in the Heights, 5913 Kavanaugh Boulevard, Little Rock, AR 72207