Entering the New Year with Fresh Beginnings

Another year has come and gone presenting us an opportunity to set new resolutions and refresh our lives. In anticipation of the start of 2016, FTD reached out to a few of our favorite design and décor bloggers to see what fresh ideas they have in store for the New Year.

Simple Nature Décor


Maria of Simple Nature Décor says that “music is a big part of our lives. For 2016 I’m adding flowers on the piano to inspire more of those tunes all year around.” Music certainly has the power to brighten up any day, just like a surprise delivery of fresh flowers.

The Deans List


Heather of The Deans List states “the beginning of a new month, new week, new day – it’s all so wonderful to me. While the days before it technically matter in the long run, it’s a new starting point to embrace something new and look at the world a little differently.” We couldn’t agree more and hope that her Community Garden bouquet can provide some fresh inspiration each and every morning to have a positive and impactful day.

Dwellings: The Heart of Your Home


Cindy of Dwellings: The Heart of Your Home was extremely busy this year getting her home ready for all the holiday entertaining she had approaching. Luckily, our Tranquil Bouquet showed up just in the nick of time, as she states “when the doorbell rings and you are handed a gorgeous bouquet of flowers it makes you feel amazing!  It brightens your day, lifts your spirit and makes you feel so very special.” We’re really glad we were able to brighten up her day, and hope that 2016 continues to make her feel special!

Duke Manor Farm


Laura of Duke Manor Farm ushered in the New Year reconnecting with an old friend, laughing “about all the similarities that we share as adults, that we never could have expected or planned as teenage girls.” Just as some of our most beautiful bouquets arrive in bud form, the most meaningful relationships often take time fully bloom.

Creatively Living Blog


Holly of Creatively Living placed her bouquet right by her entryway, as a daily reminder “that my house is a blessing to me and I should make it a blessing to others.” She goes on to say, “this year one of my goals is to share it more often and to help people live better by being in it. Whether that be by sharing food, tears, or laughter with them.” We couldn’t agree more and wish her the best of luck in accomplishing her resolution!




Do you have any resolutions for 2016? Let us know all about them down below in the comments and pick up some fresh flowers as inspiration.