Local Austin florist, King Florist, Announces the 2012 Autumn Collection
King Florist of Austin Releases their 2012 Fall Collection for local Austin, TX and nationwide floral delivery.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
King Florist of Austin released their 2012 Autumn Floral Design Collection this week. The 2012 collection features the season's most bountiful product including dahlias, marigolds, hydrangea, rosehips, ilex berries and more. Benoit Ballon, the creative director and buyer for the local Austin flower shop says, “We reach out to farms all over the world to bring ingredients that are high quality and unique. This time of year provides ample availability of lush fall foliage, textural berries and branches as well as full seasonal blooms.”
The new Autumn Collection features designs in a variety of interesting vessels from high-end glass, driftwood, and natural bark. “The addition of texture in the container adds a unique approach to design.” The design team also adds elements of river rocks and leaf lined vases to present your gift in a fully custom and tailored way; what local clients have coined “King Florist style.”
The 2012 Autumn Collection also features designs in all price ranges to fit any customer's budget. From a token “Thank You” or a more substantial Anniversary or Birthday gift, you are sure to find something perfect for your occasion. Delivery is available in Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, Lakeway and Leander. King Florist can also coordinate National and International deliveries with ease.
To view the entire collection; visit http://www.kingflorist.com or call 512-453-6633 to walk through the collection with a King Florist designer over the phone.
King Florist is a local flower shop in Austin, TX. Proudly serving clients since 1927. Their focus is premium floral product from all over the world, quality design from a world-class design team and stellar customer service to each and every client.
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