Learn how to decorate for an afternoon tea party with flowers and linens.
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Jim McKhan: Hi! I’m Jim McKhan as you might expect flowers is playing important role with the variety of thing for the tulips that freeze you in the spring to a beautiful full crisantimums. A flower is a seasonal flyer to events throughout the year. Stay tune to celebrity floor designer Julie Mulligan of 1800flowers.com shows you how to complete your flower with unique and beautiful floral gracious. Allison Chase: Hi everyone! Welcome to celebrations. I’m your host Allison Chase. My friend Kim is an advent entertainer and well known hostess here on the East stand. Today she’s decided to have gathering friends for a afternoon tea. I know a great person for her to meet to help her for pull it all together. Julie Mulligan, Julie is an expert flower designer. Let’s go meet Julie and see what she has on store for us today. Hey Kim we’re here. Kim: Hello, nice to see you. Allison Chase: Kim this is my friend Julie Mulligan. Julie Mulligan: Hi, nice to meet you. Kim: Nice to meet you. Allison Chase: At 1800flowers.com and she’s a floral lifestyle expert and she’s got some great ideas for your tea party today. Kim: I’m so glad you’re here. Julie Mulligan: I was so much, when Allison told me you were playing with tea party I said I can’t wait to get involve with it because that’s the kind I love to do. And I understand you’re having some man enjoy this over? Kim: I am, I invited a bunch of girlfriends over with there daughters, like I already find to have a real ladies afternoon. Julie Mulligan: It sounds perfect, a tea party is a great way for women’s to get together and mothers enjoy this perfect and it’s a lot of fun to pull together and to set up and I see already started playing something up? Kim: I have few empty teacups but I thought since you were here you could help or be great to go and picking and find the bunch more to make it real but Victorian thing party. Julie Mulligan: Okay try to stop me from unpicking. Kim: Good, good. Allison Chase: Let’s get going, alright. Julie Mulligan: Okay, let’s go. Kim: Can I have some great teacups over here? Julie Mulligan: Oh gorgeous china, I think this stuff is beautiful. I love this color green this feel so like peachy. This will be perfect at your house but I think we do have enough teacups. Kim: This one is catching my eyes. Julie Mulligan: It’s all piece of Victorians lace. Allison Chase: Gorgeous. Kim: This is the kind of stuff I loved. Julie Mulligan: Definitely something that you’re taking home that you are going to use for this is beautiful. Allison Chase: This is going to Kim’s house. Julie Mulligan: I’m going to put all the flowers in first and the place at floral foam. And then this is the spray rose and the reason it’s called to spray rose is because it has— Kim: So many organisms. Julie Mulligan: Right, exactly. So they say it’s coming along years those Frasier I would Frasier I like this little one like a little kind of berry look, a little texture. And then if you decide, well this is enough flowers but you see the spot that maybe the film was showing. Kim: Right. Julie Mulligan: That’s when you go to your greens. And then you just put it in when you thinking in order. Kim: Filler. Allison Chase: Oh amazing. Kim: My guests were going to love it. Julie Mulligan: Good. Kim: It was great working with you. Allison Chase: Thank you so much for helping. Julie Mulligan: Thank you. Allison Chase: Thanks for helping out Julie. Julie Mulligan: Oh it’s my please. Allison Chase: Thanks for watching I especially want to thank Julie Mulligan for coming over and giving our tea party such a unique look. Until next time, I’m Allison Chase. Jim McKhan: To get more entertaining tips please visit us 1800flowers.com/celebrations.