Mornings with Mayesh March 2018 with Jodi Duncan

Mornings with Mayesh: March 2018

We covered some great topics during March’s Mornings with Mayesh show. During Part I, Dave and I talk about some ...
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Bohemian Baby Shower

Bohemian Baby Shower

One of the best parts about our job is being sent photos of your work and getting to see how ...
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Mornings with Mayesh Podcast

Mornings with Mayesh Podcast

If you are a fan of our Mornings with Mayesh show, then I have some very exciting news …. you can ...
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Mayesh Luxe Blooms March

March’s Featured Mayesh Luxe Blooms

This month we’re highlighting products from our Japanese growers for our featured Mayesh Luxe Blooms! Be sure to check with your ...
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Nicole Clarey Photography and Mayesh Styled Shoot

Playing with Leftovers: A Styled Shoot with Nicole Clarey Photography

Have you ever worked with a new vendor and about ten minutes in realize you’re a match made in heaven? ...
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social media tips for florists

5 Tips to Elevate Your Social Media Presence

Preface: Below is an article that I recently wrote for the WFFSA blog and I wanted to make sure that ...
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Flower 411 February 2018

Flower 411: March 2018

Check out the latest updates on wholesale flowers brought to you by our fabulous Purchasing Department! The list is broken ...
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Mayesh Design Star: Floral Dog Collar

Mayesh Design Star: Floral Dog Collar

It has been some time since we showed our furry friends some love. This month’s floral design video remedies that ...
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Mayesh Cooler Picks February

Mayesh Cooler Picks: February

What better way to celebrate February than with five color palettes in different shades of pink?! Check out our February ...
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MDS Workshop Venue Feature: The Cedar Room

MDS Workshop Venue Feature: The Cedar Room

After an amazing first workshop in Miami, we couldn’t be more excited for our second one in Charleston in May! ...
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Mayesh’s 40th Anniversary Open House Celebration

Mayesh 40th Anniversary Open House


As 2017 comes to a close (can you believe it?) we’re gearing up for another busy and exciting year at Mayesh. But one of the things we’re MOST excited about is the fact that we’ll be celebrating our 40th Anniversary in 2018!

We’ve come a long way since then, but like we said last year (and many times besides that) we wouldn’t be where we are today without YOU, our awesome customers. Whether you’ve been with us from the start or joined our tribe more recently, we appreciate your business and more importantly, value your role in the community we’ve built.

So, let’s all get together and celebrate Mayesh’s 40th anniversary and the customers who have been along for the ride!



Kick off the New Year with your Local Branch at our


Annual Open House

on January 17th, 2018

during business hours


for a day of Customer Appreciation, product specials, and fun!


For more specific details, reach out to your rep or local branch to find out how they’ll be celebrating!


Mornings with Mayesh: December 2017

Mornings with Mayesh replay

Here’s the replay of December’s Mornings with Mayesh featuring answers to YOUR flower questions and a Q&A with our 2018 Mayesh Design Star, Kaylee Young of Flourish! Also, be sure to watch to get an EXCLUSIVE discount promo code to use toward your 2018 MDS workshop tickets! Keep on scrolling if you are looking for the show notes. Enjoy and post your questions for next month’s show in the comments below!






  • Happy holidays everyone! Christmas can get boring with the same color palette and evergreen scheme but there are ways to make it sparkle! Here are a few ideas for some higher end flowers and foliages.
  • Euphorbia fulgens is available now and can bring a modern flair to your arrangements. It is tall and has a dramatic arch that adds visual interest & movement and it comes in the familiar red and white seasonal colors. A relative to the poinsettia family, it bleeds that trademark milky sap. Make sure to wash your hands after handling this product as the sap is slightly toxic.
  • Ranunculus are in good production from Holland and we are seeing a lot of the fancier Clooney and pom pon varieties returning to our inventories. Since these are sold on the auction in Aalsmeer, pricing can fluctuate and some *in demand colors are a little pricey. Always consult your Mayesh rep about pricing when procuring novelty flowers.
  • Amaryllis are more stylish than ever and make a gorgeous focal point in any arrangement. New varieties are showing up every year in crazy cool variegated patterns, unusual colors and some with multiple petals. My favorite is the green Valley variety, they fade to an almost perfect match to the Mayesh logo color.
  • What about greens you say? Well, there are lots of novelty alternatives to your standard Christmas greens being supplied by our friends in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Why not try some Blue Spruce or gold Cryptomeria instead? Using novelty and unusual colored Christmas greens allow you to move out of the standard color palettes and create your own unique holiday style.

  • As always, visit our website to see the complete list of seasonal availability!
  • Question from Cari: I just was curious about this.  When I go to my local wholesaler and walk around the cooler, how can I tell which flowers are the freshest?  Is there a secret code?  Thanks!
    • First off, we only use the freshest flowers for filling pre-orders. By pre-ordering in advance you are guaranteeing that your order is being filled with only the freshest flowers! During our busy seasons, we encourage that you place pre-books 2 weeks or more in advance. If you choose to come in and shop our inventory, just ask your rep which flowers are the best! We stage our shipments as they arrive early in the week so it’s easy for our crew to pull pre-book orders and reserve those flowers for deliveries. If you are a regular walk-in client it’s easy to spot which ones are the freshest. Once a week we sort through our open inventory and eliminate anything that looks like it’s ready to perish. Then everything gets consolidated and merchandised. If ever in doubt, just ask your rep!



  • What’s the best trick for keeping cut flowers as long as possible? I’ve been using pennies lately. Thanks!
    • There are many aspects to maintaining healthy flowers but we will cover the basics of temperature, food, and handling:
      1. First and foremost is proper cold chain management. Flowers don’t like temperature fluctuations and by maintaining a constant temperature between 36 & 42 degrees you are keeping them in stasis which greatly extends their shelf life.
      2. Use the right kind and amount of floral food. Know which flowers need a bulb food formula and which will take a standard solution. MORE IS NOT BETTER! Always follow the manufacturer’s directions.
      3. Always cut your stems at an angle with a sharp, clean implement. This helps with the uptake of water by not blocking the stem uptake. Don’t let water sit on the surface of leaves or petals as this can activate botrytis spores which are present on all flowers and greens. Keep your stems stored loosely in your buckets so that air can flow through them.
    • Keep your water and vases clean! I cannot stress this one enough. I always say if you would want to drink the water neither do your flowers. It is very important to change your water daily and keep it crystal clear-that means there are no bacteria clogging up the stems. This is the number one reason most flowers die prematurely. Gunky gross water is a sign that YOU are not properly handling your flowers and that they have been left to sit like that too long.
      Adding a few drops of bleach will keep your bacteria growth down. Keep those buckets and vessels clean. Residue can create more bacteria growth.
  • Question from Susan: Are magnolia leaves best stored in or out of water?
    • You definitely can leave them in water, they hold up well as a cut stem. You can also use glycerin to treat them (there are instructions online) to help preserve the leaves. Magnolia leaves will curl slightly as they dry in arrangements or in a garland. They can be stored for years if well cared for. You can also use a foliage sealant on them.
    • In Phoenix, we have a fairly quick turnover of greens. We dry store many of our sturdier greens in giant Rubbermaid storage tubs with locking lids. The bins keep the foliage from dehydrating and they can last up to a couple weeks before needing hydration.



  • Question from Carrie: I have been designing for 17 years.  I feel like I put out really classy high-end arrangements and then for some reason I feel like I have never put together a flower arrangement and I struggle and work to bring it back up to my standards.  Sometimes it just never gets there.  The arrangement is ok, but does not have that wow factor.  Do other florists ever feel this way, and if so how do they get their mojo back.  Where do they go for inspiration?
    • This is actually a quite common phenomenon with floral designers and artists. Most of us go through periods when we feel really on fire and then, at other times like, we feel like we just got out of basic training and are all thumbs. I myself went through a period of burn out every 4-5 years as a designer and needed a recharge every so often.  The hardest part of being a florist maybe seeing yourself confidently and assertively. You must really know who you are, what your brand is and learn to curate that well. All florists feel insecure about their work.Take time to reinvent yourself if you need to, or take classes on design that are out of the box for you. Network with other florists( a wonderful thing I see happening with our younger florists), even doing a swap-the-shop trade once in awhile and see yourself from another florists friend perspective.We can all learn from each other…even those who think they “know it all” as designers. Staying relevant means staying fresh and looking at the world with open eyes.
  • Question from Erica: Please show us how to make the large 7ft floral hoops and how to prop it up.
    • There is a tutorial from our Mayesh design star Christy Griner on this one.
    • And we talked in more detail on how to go about creating the base on your own if you are so inclined. You can watch the reply here:
  • Can you do a tutorial on a wildflower wedding bouquet?
    • I would be happy too! I see a new video design series in my future! I also teach workshops here in Carlsbad. I will try to put together a video for this and other bridal bouquets if y’all are interested.
  • Pantone just announced the color of the year to be Ultraviolet💜. It’s a great color, and I would like to see Mayesh’s approach to designing with it.
    • We will see if we can make that happen!



  • Question from Jayme: What does an average floral/wedding shop look forward to when purchasing from you versus other suppliers? I’m just starting out after a long career in a non-artistic but rewarding occupation. I have always worked with flowers but was mostly self-taught until I took a course last year. To gain experience I think I should intern and not necessarily take more courses, but more hands-on experience. I don’t want to run a full bridal business, but perhaps freelancing, photoshoots, events. Is interning a good idea? How do you go about finding a place to do this? I’m not sure other designers would hire someone with as little commercial experience on my resume. How do you even go about getting freelance jobs? Is it all word of mouth?I do love workshops and the skills and networking they provide. I don’t want to work in a shop. Any thoughts from your experts?
    • To address your first question: Mayesh specializing in working with wedding and event florists and designers. We carry an extensive collection of unusual and high-end flowers from around the world. We also have dedicated sales reps who are assigned to each of our customers. Those sales reps are like your eyes and ears in our warehouse. They can alert you ahead of time to the best products available as soon as they know about them.
    • We also do something unique in the industry called a My Mayesh Pull were we custom pull orders for you based on your color palette and budget. Check out our IG for more examples of this.
    • In regard to your other questions: the best way to get started in this business is either interning with studio and event florist and shops who specialize in wedding work. I would also work in a regular brick and mortar flower shop too because the floral business is very diverse and complex and there really is so much to learn. It is an art form but mechanics and certain skills must be learned to bring that art to life.
    • There are many online videos as well.Aside from our own which are top notch, look for European produced as well. European designers are trained very well and must pay special attention to proper mechanics.
    • It takes years of practice to not only hone your skills but your confidence as well. But if you are naturally artistic, good with color and proportions, good at accounting and business, marketing etc… and are ready for the hard work and grit it takes to be a florist you can fake it til you make it- well until you do! Best of luck to you 🙂
    • At Mayesh, you get sales reps who know all the trendy flowers, colors, and design techniques. You also get our epic customer service. We want you to be completely satisfied with your experience with us! My customers are my extended family and I want them to be proud enough of the services I provide that they recommend me to all their florist friends.




  • Question from Rebecca: My website doesn’t pull up on a smartphone looking like it looks on a computer. Is it worth it to invest the money to redo my website so it’s smartphone compatible?
    • My two cents: absolutely-most consumers will leave your site within seconds if they can’t pull it up on their smartphone. You can’t get that attention back. And make it user-friendly…they will leave if it doesn’t work well either.
    • Yes, yes and yes! I recently redesigned the Mayesh website and it was imperative that our new site was responsive – meaning that it adjusts itself based on the size of the browser – from a full-size monitor to a mobile device. Studies show time and again that user experience is critical to them actually staying on your site, so this is one component to that. It needs to be fully functioning on smartphones.
  • Instagram news – can you tell this is my favorite news to share?
    • Instagram Stories highlights on your profile page:
    • This is old news apparently and dates back to August/September but I’m just seeing it on my end for the last couple of weeks – but you can watch IG stories on your desktop!



  • So you were first trained in a more traditional flower shop, and then learned from some studio designers like Tinge… how did both of these educational experiences influence your mechanics and design style? Do you think it’s a combination of the two?
  • What is your design philosophy / where do you draw inspiration?
  • Tell us a little bit about your mood boarding process and how it helps you as a designer…
  • What is your hope for each attendee to walk away with at the end of each MDS workshop?



Now we have a few announcements regarding our workshop. First, we finally can announce the Mayesh Design Star Flower Workshop ticket giveaway …. drumroll please …. the winner is Flower Girls in Thibodaux, Louisiana. You will receive a free US workshop ticket or you can apply that amount to our international workshop ticket!! Congratulations!

Next, we have a very special promotional code just for our Mornings with Mayesh viewers as a thank you for tuning in each month. Watch the video to get the code!


If you have any questions for next month’s show, be sure to post them in the comments below or send them via our contact page!

Happy holidays and have a wonderful New Year!!

MDS Workshop Venue Feature: 255 Miami Studio


We are just over a month away from our first official workshop of the 2018 MDS Workshop Tour: Curate & Create with Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay! We’re excited to share the venue for our Miami workshop this coming January: 255 Miami Studio.


Located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District, 255 Miami Studio is a photo studio & event space with high ceilings, an open floor plan and plenty of natural light. Its clean white walls will create a simple gallery aesthetic and provide the perfect backdrop for the gorgeous flowers hand-selected by Kaylee and the professional photographs of each student’s work by fine art photographer Nicole Clarey.

{A great bonus, is that the studio has its own gated parking lot so you won’t have to drive around trying to find street parking!!}


Studio 255 Wynwood

Studio 255 Wynwood


While the space is clean & minimal, the neighborhood is anything but that. For those of you unfamiliar with the area, the Wynwood Arts District is a vibrant neighborhood home to over seventy galleries, museums, and collections. It is most famous for The Wynwood Walls, a unique outdoor destination featuring huge, colorful street murals by artists from around the globe.


255 Miami Studio Wynwood


We couldn’t be more excited to host the Miami workshop in a neighborhood so rich with culture, and with its vast selection of bars and restaurants, you’ll have no trouble finding a place to enjoy a meal or a drink with your new flower friends! So if you’re in Miami or surrounding areas and you haven’t gotten your ticket yet, come join us for what’s sure to be an amazing & educational workshop!




Mayesh Cooler Picks: End of Fall

Mayesh Cooler Picks fall


We’re heading into the cold winter months, but before we jump right in, we’re wrapping up fall with our favorite late-autumn wholesale flowers! Check out these gorgeous palettes from the end of November.





Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall

top | Purple strawflower, mauve astrantia, burgundy dianthus
middle | Mascotte tulip, picotee ranunculus, nobbio burgundy carnation
bottom | burgundy dahlia, Minerva carnation, burgundy upright amaranthus





Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall

top | Café dahlias, peach Clooney ranunculus, shimmer rose
middle | Peach freesia, Combi Pomponi gerberas, peach hyacinth
bottom | Juliet garden rose, Alissa apricot double lisianthus, Julianne garden spray rose





Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall

top | White sweet peas, white peonies, frilly white tulips
middle | Bridal veil spray rose, white dahlias, Romeo garden rose
bottom | White scabiosa, Liberstar tulips, orlaya





Mayesh Cooler Picks Fall

top | White nigella, de-petaled sunflowers, rose geranium
middle | viburnum, white euphorbia, thlaspi green bell
bottom | white gomphrena, poppy pods, Snow on the Mountain


2017 Mayesh Design Star Bloopers

MDS Bloopers

Christy always says “it doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful!” and in this case, it doesn’t have to be perfect to be absolutely adorable! Here are some bloopers from our year of filming the 2017 Mayesh Design Star video series with Christy Hulsey of Colonial House of Flowers. Shout out to Justin Peay for catching all the silliness behind the scenes!

Photo: Nicole Clarey Photography
Video: Justin Peay Productions

Flower 411: December

Flower 411 December


PRODUCT UPDATES – 11/29/2017


This month in the world of wholesale flowers…



Finished / Not Available


Allium- all types finished except bullet

Anemone Japanese


Chamomile yellow daisy- no one grows this anymore

Clematis – local

Cosmos- pinks and whites

Cotinus Blooming

Cotinus Foliage- Dutch only and expensive

Crocosmia Flower

Crocosmia Pods

Delphinium Belladonna Light Pink



Fruiting Branches – Blueberry

Fruiting Branch Pomegranate

Ginger Beehive

Grevillea Asplendifolia- Magnolia type

Hellebores – New Zealand

Honey Suckle

Hydrangea lacecap

Hydrangea peegee

Kumquatsrestricted movement by the Department of Agriculture

Lace Flower

Leucadendron Jester


Oregano Kents Beauty and Hopley’s pink

Pampas Grass

Poppy Matilda

Poppy oriental

Poppy Pods

Protea – Protea Blushing Bride

Protea Waratah

Rain Tree pods




Stephanotis Vines

Thryptomene/ Calycina- Import






Anemone- import & local

Artichokes all size and colors  GAPPING

Birch Victorian

Calicarpa- Beauty Berry

Delphinium Belladonna White

Delphinium hybrid all colors, especially white

Eucalyptus Gunni

Eucalyptus Small leaf  (moon lagoon, gumdrop, parvifolia, bonsai)

Freesia Super- local -$$$$


Gomphrena White

Hydrangea – local Limited,  mostly antique greens


Papyrus Lions Head- advance notice required

Poppy asst Icelandic- import only and extremely limited

Protea King white (SUPER Limited)

Protea white  import and local but limited

Strawflower- yellow, bronze/orange, purple only





Alchemilla Mollis – import

Allium-bullit- import only (Dutch)


Amaryllis – Import

Aster Matsumoto

Astilbe – Import

Banksia – menziesii Local only

Banksia- Coccinea and Formosa- Import only

Bear Grass Super

Birds – local

Bouvardia- very limited locally (no light pink grown in USA)- go import (has all colors)

Brunia Silver


Campanula – import only $$$$$

Chamomile/ Matricaria/feverfew

Clematis – Dutch only- no White

Cosmos Chocolate


Coxcomb – Import

Craspedia – local and import

Cyclamen Blooms – Import

Cymbidium – Large or Mini

Delphinium Bella dark and light blue – limited locally

Dianthus Green trick or Green Ball – local or import



Greenhouse dahlias from our year-round dahlia growers now available.  Basic Colors, Burgundy, red, light pink, pink, Hot pink, purple (dark lavender-lagoon), limited orange, White & Café au Lait

Ball Dahlias – are done for the season

Any Ball Dahlias on requisition will be filled with decorative Dahlias                                                                                                                                                          

Dogwood branches- (not blooming) – leafless

Godetia- Import $$$$

Gomphrena – all colors still available

Foliages – lots of varieties painted gold and silver

Festival Bush

Freesia local just starting $$$, plenty from Holland

Freesia Super $$$$

Fruited Branch Persimmons

Hyacinth- import

Hyacinth- Muscari blue or white- import

Jasmine vine no flower

Ilex- Red

Ilex – Yellow or Orange- Dutch


Kalanchoe Local

Kochia – import

Lisianthus – Local or Import- white, purple, pink, yellow

Lisianthus Import only- black, blush, brown, peach

Lily of the valley- import only $$$$


Magnolia-local California and Florida

Millet-green and black upright, green hanging


Ornithogalum- white, yellow, orange- Import

Ornithogalum Arabicum- Import

Passion vine

Pepperberry hanging and upright

Peony- all colors available

Phlox – import

Pieris – Bud-form pieris in good supply, still tight bud, no flowers until January

Privett- black berries

Protea Pink Ice

Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum)

Ranunculusimport- Dutch and Italian

Rose Hips –Red

Scabiosa locally is hit and miss…mostly miss at this point

If you must Scabiosa go Dutch

Scabiosa Pods – Local

Scented Geranium

Southern Smilax

Statice – blue not available for the rest of the year


Sweet Pea – Dutch

Sunflower – black center, green center, tinted red, chocolate

Trachelium Import

Tulips single, double, lily-shaped, parrot, frilled, French – local and import

Tweedia local or import

Veronica- Local and Import

Viburnum Snowball – Import

Waxflower – local

Xmas Bush-Red



Just Starting


Cottage Yarrow – white – import

Genestra – local and import

Heather White

Flowering Branch-Tulip Magnolia Blossoms

Narcissus/ Paper Whites

Ranunculus Local

Scabiosa – Japan

Sweet Pea – Italy and Japan

Viburnum Tinus

Mayesh Design Star: Unexpected Holiday Floral Arrangement

MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement

In the last episode of her Mayesh Design Star series, Christy shows us two different holiday arrangements that focus on unexpected flowers for this special time of year. We all love seasonal flowers but here are some different and interesting alternatives this season.

We would like to thank Christy and her team at Colonial House of Flowers for an amazing year as the Mayesh Design Star. We would also like to thank Justin Peay of Justin Peay Productions for making a beautiful video series for 2017. You are all incredible!

Featured Products
Red arrangement: Freedom rose, Matador rose, burgundy dahlia, celosia, fiddlehead (aka monkey tail aka fern shoot), China fir, cedar, magnolia leaves, jasmine vine, mini cymbidium, and ranunculus.

White arrangement: cedar, huckleberry, silver dollar eucalyptus, jasmine vine, white anemones, white ranunculus, bunny tail, Wendy spray rose, viburnum berries and astilbe.

Materials used: Lida vase by Accent Decor (red arrangement), Chelsea vase by Accent Decor (white arrangement) and Oasis wire netting.



MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement

MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement MDS: Unexpected Holiday Arrangement


Host: Christy Hulsey,  Colonial House of Flowers
CHOF Team: Kaitlyn Baxter, Amanda Currier, Lanier Hays, Taylor Ellen
Styling: Whitney Downs, Whitewood Events
WE Team: Erica Cleary, Ashley Stalvey
Videographer: Justin Peay Productions
Photographer: Kelli Boyd Photography
Floral Supplies: Accent DecorOasis Floral ProductsDesign Master
Napkins and Runners: Alanah Textiles
Table Linen: BBJ Linen
Plates: R. Wood Studios
Studio Space: Roxie Remley Fine Arts Building
Hair & makeup: Jessica Belfry, Hustle & Blow Dry Bar

Slow Flowers Podcast feat. Pat Dahlson & Christy Hulsey

Slow Flowers Podcast Debra Prinzing Pat Dahlson Christy Hulsey


If you’re not a regular listener of the Slow Flowers Podcast then you probably missed last week’s episode featuring our very own 2017 Design Star, Christy Hulsey, and Mayesh’s CEO Pat Dahlson!

Debra Prinzing, founder of, attended our Mayesh Design Star Workshop in Portland back in October and used it as the perfect opportunity to sit down with both Christy & Pat and pick their brains about flowers. It’s a fabulous episode – Debra learns more about Christy’s flower journey, and has a fascinating discussion with Pat about the wholesale world and his thoughts on the Slow Flowers movement and how wholesalers & small American growers can work together.


Give it a listen and let us know what you think in the comments below!


Slow Flowers Podcast Episode 324


2018 Mayesh Design Star Workshop Giveaway

Mayesh Design Star Workshop Giveaway


After an incredibly successful 2017 Mayesh Design Star Workshop Tour, planning for our 2018 tour with our new Design Star, Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay, is well underway! This year we’ll be visiting four U.S. cities – Miami, Charleston, Santa Barbara & Salt Lake City – to give our community the experience of over a day of designing, learning & networking! We’re kicking everything off by giving away ONE TICKET to a 2018 MDS Workshop of your choice! The winner is responsible for travel & accommodations, with Mayesh covering the cost of a U.S. workshop, a $695 value.

P.S. You may have heard that we are offering an international workshop experience this year as well, so if you win and would prefer to go to Quito with us, then you may apply the $695 towards this ticket.


Here’s how the giveaway works:

  • You must follow @mayeshwholesale on Instagram
  • REPOST the official contest picture found on Instagram and use the hashtag, #MDSflowerworkshop2018
  • Enter by December 9, 2017 (you may enter as often as you would like)
  • Winner will be selected at random
  • Winner will be announced on December 12, 2017


Enter today for your chance to experience a Mayesh Design Star Workshop – learn from a Mayesh Design Star who has vast experience with wedding & events, work with the best seasonal flowers Mayesh has to offer, take home the vessel that you designed in, add professional photographs to your design portfolio, network with passionate designers & more! Get more details about the workshop tour including cities & dates here.

P.S. If you RSVP for a seat at a workshop, as each is limited to 30 students, and you win the giveaway, you will receive a full refund.

Don’t waste time and enter now!


Mayesh Design Star Workshop Giveaway



By entering the giveaway, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

-Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc. reserves the right to close the giveaway at any time should the number of respondents become unmanageable.
-Mayesh reserves the right to change the parameters of the contest.
-Dates and times are subject to change based on need.
-No purchase necessary.
-Giveaway is open to floral designers who live in the United States and are at least 18 years old.
-Due to large prize value, the prize winner may be subject to U.S. taxes, a Form 1099 will be required. If this is the case, we will need to collect the name, address, and social security number of the winner(s). Sponsored by Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc 5401 W 104th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Contact us with any questions or concerns at

By registering, you have read, understood, and agree to the following:
By participating in this contest, entrants agree to release Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc. (Sponsor) and any other organizations affiliated with the sponsorship, fulfillment, administration, prize support, advertisement or promotion of the sweepstakes and each of the respective parents, agents, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies, prize suppliers, and each of their respective officers, directors, agents, representatives and employees, as well as each of their respective successors, representatives, and assigns (collectively, the “Released Parties”) from any and all actions, claims, injury, loss or damage arising in any manner, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from participation in this contest and/or acceptance or use of any prize. Entrants authorize Released Parties to use their name, voice, likeness, biographical data, city and state of residence and entry materials in all media no known or hereafter discovered, for any purpose, including without limitation, in connection with and to promote, market or advertise, the contest, in whole or in part, without review, approval, credit or attribution, notification or payment from or to entrant or any person or entity, worldwide, in perpetuity, or on a winner’s list, if applicable, unless prohibited by law. Sponsor is not obligated to use any of the above-mentioned information or materials, but may do so and may edit such information or materials, at Sponsor’s sole discretion, without further obligation or compensation. By submitting entry materials, entrants acknowledge that they understand and agree that the Released Parties’ use of material containing features and elements similar to or identical with those contained in entrants’ entry materials does not entitle entrants to any compensation. By entering and/or participating, entrants waive any right of action against the Released Parties in connection with the Released Parties’ use of any material (or any part thereof), whether or not the material contains features or elements similar or identical to those contained in entrants’ entry materials.


November’s Featured Mayesh Luxe Blooms

Mayesh Luxe Blooms


Last week we posted the November Flower 411, but we wanted to share this month’s Featured Mayesh Luxe Blooms! If you don’t yet know about our line of luxe wholesale flowers, you can find more information here, and check out the Instagram hashtag #mayeshluxeblooms to stay up to date on our Luxe products.





Ranunculus Cloni Hanoi

Mayesh Luxe Blooms PROTEA PINK KING


Orange Ilex

Mayesh Luxe Blooms ILEX GOLD ILEX



Mayesh Luxe Blooms Peony


King Protea

Mayesh Luxe Blooms PROTEA PINK KING





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