Flowers has been linked to home decor and special events since the dawn of time, however, the flower trend has had some changes since that time.
While in the past people used fresh flowers for gift giving, home decor and decorating events, these days a lot of people prefer “fake” flowers.
Now, being “fake” isn’t always a bad thing.
Flowers attract bugs, allergies and they need constant maintenance, making them less than optimal in a lot of cases. If you want to enjoy a great flower bouquet without fearing allergies, decorate your home with a flower vase that doesn’t require watering or attract bugs, and have a beautiful long lasting floral wreath on your door- you should really check out LisaMariaDesign Etsy shop!
Owned by Lisa Enroth, this little Etsy boutique is a floral-wonderland, with Lisa’s amazing silk flowers- handmade and designed for maximum beauty and impression!
While most people in their fifties either retire or do jobs they have been doing for decades, Lisa decided that being a mother and a grandmother isn’t going to stop her from opening her own business! This 53 year old woman has taken on floral design, making beautiful bouquets, flower arrangements and wreaths- all from handmade silk!
This leap towards self fulfillment is amazing for a woman at any age (and for men), and I for one wish her shop would be a success, a way to support and spoil her family while doing something she loves (and is good at!).
Her passion for floral arrangements is not something new, as Lisa spent the last 25 years making beautiful flower decorations for friends’ weddings and special events. At the encouragement of her friends and family- she is now gone full-service, making sure anyone could enjoy her designs and special hand!
If you like what you’ve seen here-
stay in touch with Lisa’s designs by following her on social media!
Her Facebook and Instagram pages are a great place to see her seasonal designs
(like her latest Halloween and Fall wreaths)
and find out about potential sales or discounts!
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