Life of the Party: Flower Power

by Editorial

Floral service H. Bloom celebrated it’s DC launch with an elegant luncheon.
By Kinne Chapin

Amy Baier, Sharon Bradley and Jamie Dorros. Photo by Daniel Swartz.

Between anniversaries and birthdays, dinner parties and office parties, there are plenty of reasons why having an online flower delivery service in Washington, D.C makes sense. The real question is, why didn’t we have one before? Enter H. Bloom, a luxury flower delivery service that just launched in the District. H. Bloom allows you to pre-order flowers as gifts, but it also goes one step further with its flower subscription service, which allows you to have flowers delivered to your home or business automatically so you always have a fresh arrangement on your table.

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Coventry Berg, Laura Schilling and Bryan Burkhart. Photo by Daniel Swartz.

But some things- like fries- are even more important than fresh flowers. That’s why a luncheon at the Four Season‘s Bourbon Steak restaurant was a delicious way to celebrate the H. Bloom’s DC launch and give guests a sneak peek at the flowers that could soon grace their table tops. Bryan Burkhart, CEO of H. Bloom, and Marketing Director Laura Schilling welcomed guests such as Carol Joynt, Sharon Bradley, and Amanda Polk to preview the company’s new floral collection. The fun didn’t end when the plates were whisked away- invitees got to take home a piece of the day with a floral arrangement of their own.

So if you feel the seasonal doldrums coming on with the end of summer, add some sparkle to your rooms with a fresh flowers.

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Then take a deep breath, close your eyes, and pretend it’s spring. Finally, a cure for cold weather!

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