For over 200 years, the Underhill family has grown lush foliage on its Florida estate, turning the pieces into decorative greenery. In addition to its regal magnolia wreaths, the company creates a holiday collection that features woodsy aromatics like clover, rosehips, white berries, and boxwood. Magnolia also offers fresh springtime varieties, as well as leafy garlands and pruned estate trees. The greenery has even been a hit with the First Family, gracing the halls of the White House at Christmastime.
Leaf-shaped dishes, natural woven baskets, and rustic wheat coir mats: these decorative accents all speak softly of fall’s arrival. Add some to any room for an evocative, autumnal feel.
“In the summer, many of us create clean, open space indoors,” says Gilt Home editorial director, Tom Delavan. “But the onset of fall is the time to re-fill your room and create a nest-like atmosphere.” Warm colors like orange and rust, he notes, “heighten that inviting effect.” To that end, this huge selection, from tabletop items to furniture, is as autumnal as apple pie.
Even though Easter's on a Sunday, do something a little different this year and kick off Easter weekend with a festive Saturday brunch. Step away from the plastic eggs and jellybeans; instead, choose French linens, gem-toned goblets, and whimsically patterned plates for the table. And plenty of elevated essentials, from trays and tea kettles to salad servers, will ensure your guests are well taken care of.
Trust this 200-year-old greenery emporium to make your wedding day memorable. Baby oak trees and beautifully decorated boxes of sprouting seeds don’t just make attractive table decorations—guests can take them home and plant them to create a lasting memory. Each is matched to the local climate in the zip code where the nuptials are taking place.