Hostess Gift Guide: 5 Pretty Ways to Pair Wine and Flowers
Want to take your hostess gift to the next level? Becky De Oliveira, owner of Toronto flower studio Blush and Bloom reveals five foolproof ways to pair wine and flowers this spring.
2. Chill the flowers with the wine
Tulips and hyacinths make a beautiful centrepiece—and a long-lasting one too, provided you keep the arrangement cool. To preserve the blossoms, chill tulips in the fridge alongside your favourite white wine, and keep hyacinths out of direct sunlight.
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4. Go fragrance-free on the dining table
Pinot Grigio is a popular pairing for halibut and shrimp, or cheeses like chevre and burrata. At a food-focused gathering, it’s best to choose scentless flowers like seasonal ranunculus and anemones to keep guests focused on the flavours of meal itself.
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