Part of our story at Primary Petals is that we were acquired by the lovely Carly Rae Weddings in 2015 and have been partnering with the girl boss that is Carly Williams. She has been a force in trailblazing our nationwide shipping with the team. And while she's doing weddings across the world, leading two companies, bankrolling both companies, she has launched a podcast that is out now. In the series, Bossy Class Podcast with Carly Rae she interviews men and women who have followed their calling and dream; who have risked it all to do something new.
She is sharing some of her journey as an entrepreneur for the first time ever with stories you haven't heard before and are meant to inspire encourage, and shed light on the last 10 years in business and behind close doors.
We are so excited for Carly and her heartbeat to bring others into the journey with her. It's an inspiring thing to witness firsthand and to work alongside her. Here's to you, Carly...thank you for bringing us along.
with love and flowers,
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Happy Holidays! It's that time of year where the tree is trimmed, gifts are being wrapped, and you have more Christmas parties to go to than you realized. This season can be stressful and overwhelming with task after task.
If you're like me, you get overwhelmed by the to-dos around the house and keeping up with the general maintenance of remembering to water the Christmas tree (this is your friendly reminder) and taking care of that wreath on the door so we're here to give you a quick tip for keeping that wreath of yours fresh so you can get back to decking the halls!
Spray with Crowning Glory or if you're in a bind, mist with water. Crowning Glory seals in the moisture so the leaves stay hydrated and fresh all month long. Water doesn't seal the leaves, but it does hydrate them and can help with the greenery from drying out.
If you live in a hotter climate such as where I'm at (Southern California), you may want to do this step every day or so! If you live in colder weather, every other day should be good!