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Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Named Best Florist in Kansas City by Ingram’s Magazine for 2016

Our 2017 Valentine’s Day Collection is now available! Hand crafted with love, this exclusive collection of Valentine’s Day Flowers is available for same day delivery or pick up in Kansas City. Recently Trapp and Company was named 2016′s BEST FLORIST IN KANSAS CITY (Gold Award) by Ingram’s Magazine. See the Trapp difference this year when you purchase your sweetheart their Valentine’s Day flowers from us.

See the entire Valentine’s Day Flower Collection here: https://goo.gl/mng6q9

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

This feisty arrangement features a half dozen red roses, mixed greens and decorative willow in a tall gold vase. If you’re looking for something wild to send to someone you’re crazy for, this arrangement is perfect for you! Crazy 4 You, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Tall and mighty, this True Love arrangement is a great alternative to a traditional set of red roses. This arrangement features premium modern flowers, amaryllis and cymbidium orchids, in a tall slender vase and is perfect to make a statement! True Love, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Flower Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

The Sweet Pea arrangement is the sweetest way to show your love, and is a darling bouquet featuring pink swirl tulips, pink amaryllis, mini pink Gerbera Daisies, pink lilies and peach ranunculus. Sweet Pea, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Flower Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

The Soul Mate arrangement is a classic way to show your love this Valentine’s Day. Featuring 25 premium a mix of greenery in a low modern vase. This arrangement is available in red, pink and coral. Soul Mate, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Flower Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

This little Love Bug features a display of red cymbidium orchids, roses and red carnations in a low chachepot. Perfect for a desk or bedside table, this arrangement is sure to bring joy wherever it roams. Love Bug, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Flower Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Our Kiss Me arrangement is a precious blend of gardenie and modern; featuring purple tones in the clematis, purple kale, and plum mini calla lilies with a pop of pink from these amaryllis. Kiss Me, part of Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Flower Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Trapp and Company's 2017 Valentine's Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Trapp and Company’s 2017 Valentine’s Day Collection is available for same day delivery in Kansas City.

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

2017-AWARDED BEST FLORIST OF 2016

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Valentine’s Day Flowers Kansas City

Maib Wedding: A Trapp and Company Floral Event

Maib Wedding: A Trapp and Company Floral Event

THIS MOMENT….THIS EVENT….reminded us how beautiful life can be when you slow down and allow yourself to be amazed. What a perfect way to close out 2016 and ring in the new year. Congratulations to the Maib family and thank you for allowing us and all these amazing vendors to be a part the evening that started your life as one.

 

Flowers - Trapp and Company
Linens – Nuage Designs, Inc.
Lighting & Stage – Landers’ Visions
Chargers and stemware – All Seasons Event Rental
Venue – InterContinental Kansas City at the Plaza
Cake – Take the Cake
Band – Hank Lane Music
Simple Elegance Wedding Coordination Firm
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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

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Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

Wedding Flowers

Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

Wedding Flowers

Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

Wedding Flowers

Trapp and Company Wedding Flowers and Event Planner in Kansas City

Trapp And Company Weddings are in a category all their own. With the unrivaled artistry and elegance you’ve come to trust, our wedding experts offer services ranging from partial and à la carte, to deluxe and all encompassing. Intimate or grand, rustic or luxe, minimalist or lavish— our approach to each event takes its cues from the beauty of your story, the season, setting, and your unique tastes. Add a little Trapp floral magic and the result is a day so beautiful it will be remembered for years to come. For a personal consultation with one of our wedding specialists, please call our Special Events Department at 816-931-6940.

New Via Mercato Soaps

By Tuesday, November 8, 2016 0 , , Permalink 0

New Via Mercato Soaps have been added to our gift store.

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Via Mercato Soaps are a thoroughly modern soap inspired by the traditional flavors and aromas of flowers, fruits and herbs found in the centuries-old charming neighborhood markets (mercato) found throughout Italy. Via Mercato (pronounced “VEEYA mer-KA-toe”).

Via Mercato Soaps start with love, as do all things made in Italy. A love of beauty, artistry, and quality found throughout the local markets. A curated assortment of modern fragrances inspired by journeys through those markets that celebrate flavors, aroma and life. Enriched with the skin-caring ingredients of Shea Butter, Glycerin, Italian Olive Oil, and Coconut Oil, this soap gently removes dirt and grime, leaving skin feeling loved.

No. 2 features the fragrance of Green Tea with a hint of White Musk.

No. 3 features an intriguing blend of fragrances including Pepe Rosa, Lavender and Vanilla Bean

No. 4 features an intriguing blend of fragrances including Violets, Magnolia and Amber.

No. 5 has a modern, fresh floral fragrance of Water Lily grounded with woodsy Sandalwood.

No. 6 has a creamy green and floral fragrance of Fig, Orange Blossoms, and Cedarwood.

No. 7 has a sunny, fruity and floral fragrance of Peach, Fig Blossoms, and Rose.

No. 8 has a warm, spicy fragrance of Clove, Vanilla Flower and Orange.

 

Now available in-store and via our web-store by clicking here.

Trapp And Company Sets the Stage for the Black Family Wedding

We were honored to set the stage for the Black family wedding by creating these unforgettable visuals for their friends and family to enjoy at The Kansas City Country Club. Thank you for inviting us into your family and we wish you the best in your journey!

Remember to let your friends and family know that Trapp can provide the visual ambiance to any special event, party or wedding.

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

We were honored to create these unforgettable visuals for the Black family and their friends to enjoy at The Kansas City Country Club. Thank you for inviting us into your family and we wish you the best in your journey! Remember to let your friends and family know that Trapp can provide the visual ambiance to any special event, party or wedding.

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We were honored to create these unforgettable visuals for the Black family and their friends to enjoy at The Kansas City Country Club. Thank you for inviting us into your family and we wish you the best in your journey! Remember to let your friends and family know that Trapp can provide the visual ambiance to any special event, party or wedding.

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

Trapp And Company Kansas City Wedding and Event flower and planning

 

Nic+Zoe and Lisette L Trunk Show

By Wednesday, August 10, 2016 0 No tags Permalink 0

Nic+Zoe and Lisette L Trunk Show

Trapp And Company welcomes representatives from Nic+Zoe and Lisette L for a Trunk Show August 26 and 27 to showcase new looks from their collections for fall and winter.

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From Oprah’s “O” Magazine, ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar - The Lisette L collection is being featured as the pants that fit any age, any body and anywhere!

“Lisette L pants are the most comfortable pants I have ever worn.” -Oprah

  “Kathie Lee and I are crazy about these Lisette L pants that work on everybody. They’re the most comfy pants in the world! I live in them! And they have a stretch waist – no pockets, no zippers no buttons, they just come up perfectly! They’re dream pants!”
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The beautiful design, fine materials and expert craftsmanship layered into every NIC+ZOE piece have attracted a loyal following of women who make busy look good.

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RSVP to the event by clicking here.

Caring for Fresh Cut Flowers

By Friday, July 22, 2016 0 No tags Permalink 0

Caring for Fresh Cut Flowers

Part of the allure of fresh flowers is their fleeting beauty…imagery used by 17th century Dutch painters as subtle reminders of the brevity of life.  But let’s face it, we just want our gorgeous arrangements to last as long as possible!  Here are some wonderful tips from Trapp and Company’s floral department for caring for fresh cut flowers to help extend the life of your blooms:

If you come in to take advantage of our FLOWER HAPPY HOUR (1/2 price stems from 3:00 to close every day!), you’ll bring home a bundle of cut flowers wrapped in tissue.  Once your flowers have been out of water, the stems will start to close, so they must be re-cut so that the flower is able to absorb water from the vase.  Always use clean, sharp tools when cutting flowers. If comfortable, use a small knife.  Otherwise, scissors, clippers or shears can be used.  Cut the stems at an angle about 1 inch above the bottom of the stem.  The angled cut gives the stem a larger area to absorb water, and the pointed end lets the water get to the stem.  Remove all foliage that falls below the water line, or it may attract bacteria and shorted the lifespan of your arrangement!  If any spent blooms drop into the water, remove them.

Place the freshly cut flowers immediately into a vase of clean, room-temperature water.  Commercial preservatives such as Floral Life can help extend the life of your arrangement.  They contain carbohydrates (sugars) for nutrients, bleach to prevent bacterial growth, and citric acid which helps increase water uptake by adjusting the pH.  You can usually find Floral Life or other preservatives at grocery stores, garden centers or craft/hobby shops.  However, you can also make your own for pennies by following the recipe below!

Homemade Flower Preservative:

1 teaspoon sugar

1 teaspoon household bleach

2 teaspoons lemon or lime juice

1 quart lukewarm water

Check the water level in the vase every single day and replenish it with fresh water frequently.  Keep your arrangement far away from drafts, direct sunlight, and ripening fruit, which emit ethylene gas.

Now you know our secrets!  Well, a few of them anyway.

After you receive your bouquet, these simple tips for caring for fresh cut flowers can make your flowers last longer and will add to your enjoyment of them, while keeping them vibrant and long lasting. Our florists always use the freshest flowers available to fill your bouquet.


Water Levels

check your flowers daily

The first tip to caring for fresh cut flowers is to keep the vase, container or liner filled with fresh water. Even if the container has floral foam, you should keep the water level high to promote long lasting flowers. The container’s water has a fresh flower food added to it. If you completely change the water, you should also thoroughly clean the container. Add fresh water mixed with a commercial fresh flower food. These flower foods may be supplied by the florist who delivered your order and they contain the correct ingredients to properly nourish the flowers, keep bacteria at bay (which can block the stems and prevent them from absorbing water), encourage buds to open, and lengthen the life of the bouquet. It’s one of the best—and easiest—ways to extend the life of your flowers, but be sure to follow the directions on the package correctly. Improperly mixed flower food can actually do more harm than good.


Stem Cutting

re-cut their stems

Every few days, remove the flowers from the design and re-cut the stems. Remove 3/4″ to one inch from the bottom of the stem and be sure to cut the stem at an angle to allow the flower the best chance to take up water. Use a sharp knife or sharp floral cutter or scissor. Avoid smashing or piercing the stems, as this can destroy the water vessels in the stem and prevent water absorption. Remove any spent or damaged blooms or foliage that falls below the waterline in the vase. To avoid disturbing the stem placements in a vase arrangement, tie the stems with twine just above the vase’s edge before taking them out of their vase. Hold the tied arrangement at the twine-bound point to re-cut the stems. Then place them back into the clean vase with the fresh water and a flower food.


Plant Food

change their water, and add additional fresh flower food

Be sure to clean the vase before refilling it with room-temperature water mixed with the proper amount of fresh flower food. Be sure no debris is floating in the water (such as leaves and stem parts) as this could promote the growth of bacteria which can shorten a flower’s life.


Temperture

display flowers in a cool spot

Most flowers prefer temperatures between 65 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit (18 to 22 degrees Celsius) and are best displayed away from direct sunlight, heating or cooling vents, directly under ceiling fans, or on top of televisions or radiators, which give off heat and can cause flowers to dehydrate. When caring for fresh cut flowers, avoid placing fresh flowers near ripening fruit, which releases tiny amounts of ethylene gas that can age them prematurely.

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Caring for Fresh Cut Flowers: Various Flower Types


Alstroemeria

ALSTROEMERIA - thirsty flowers!

The buds of your Alstroemeria may appear, when new, to be very tight; with proper nutrition from flower food they should open to full bloom and maximum enjoyment. Alstroemeria are particularly thirsty flowers, so check the vase often to ensure it is full (or the foam material is saturated) and add floral food with each water change.


Amaryllis

AMARYLLIS - need TLC!

Amaryllis may arrive with some of their blooms closed, but with proper care, they will open into large flowers. Their stems need to stay filled with water at all times, so when you refresh the water and re-cut the stems, turn them upside down and fill them with water, plugging the bottom of each stem with a cotton ball or your finger until it is back in the vase. Their stems can be brittle and may bend or break when you refresh them. Keeping them trimmed daily and even wrapping the stem ends in clear tape will help prevent this. As new blooms open, carefully pinch off older, wilting blooms.


Anemone

ANEMONE - handle gently!

The same general care guidelines described above apply to anemone, but because their stems are very soft and easily damaged, handle them gently and support their stems when re-cutting. The delicate nature of the blossoms means you’ll enjoy them for 3-5 days.


Bells of Ireland

BELLS OF IRELAND - last 7-10 days

These tiny, fragrant, green bells are arranged in rings forming a vertical column. Each bell has a tiny white blossom in the center. Follow the care guidelines listed above, and your bells of Ireland should last 7-10 days.


Birds of Paradise

BIRDS OF PARADISE - like to be kept warm

Each stem of a bird of paradise usually contains about 4 to 5 flowers (called inflorescence). Sometimes only one flower is visible, where others are hidden in another part of the flower. When one exposed flower withers it should be removed and another one can be pulled out of the flower’s boat shaped bract. If a flower doesn’t emerge, gently ease it out by hand. These exotic blooms are sensitive to temperatures below 50 degrees F, so display them in a warm spot.


Calla Lily

CALLAS - bruise easily

The same general care guidelines apply to callas but because their spathe (the colored part of the flower) can bruise easily, it’s important to be particularly gentle when handling them. Callas have thick fleshy stems that tend to curl at the bottom as they age. They should be recut every 2 days for maximum vase life. They tend to be thirsty flowers, so check the water level of your vase often.


Carnation

CARNATIONS - keep away from fruits and veggies!

The same general care guidelines described above apply to carnations, including their sensitivity to ethylene, a harmless (note: it does not harm humans or animals), naturally produced gas, which can be released by fruits, vegetables, and decaying floral materials. Keep arranged carnations free of ethylene producing materials for best results. When you re-cut the stems, cut them just above one of the nodes that run up the flower’s stalk. This will allow the stem to more easily draw the water it needs. When properly cared for carnations can last 7-14 days, depending on variety.


Chrysanthemum

CHRYSANTHEMUMS - remove foliage if blooms begin to droop

Chrysanthemums come in a wide variety of colors, shapes and petal formations. Some even look like the most exotic blossoms you’ve ever seen – in unusual colors with single or multiple blossoms per stem. It’s important to remove the foliage of chrysanthemums if it begins to droop or yellow. The foliage often deteriorates more quickly than the flowers themselves. Recutting the stems often will also increase the uptake of water and increase vase life. Most chrysanthemums will last 7 to 12 days on average.


Daffodil

DAFFODILS - be careful when cutting stems

Daffodils last longer in shallow water, so when you re-cut their stems and change their water (adding additional floral food) every two or three days, fill the vase only partway. You can leave the protective husks on or gently remove them. When daffodil stems are cut, they release sap that can shorten the life of other flowers. To prevent this, after cutting their stems, place them in a bucket of water for at least 12 hours on their own before mixing them with other flowers. Some modern designs use daffodils with the bulb and roots still intact on the stems. The soil is washed from the root system – and you can enjoy the full botany of the flower from roots to stem, leaves and blossoms.


Daisies

DAISIES - are thirsty flowers!

The same general care guidelines described above apply to daisies, but keep in mind that these are particularly thirsty flowers, so check their water level often, and be sure that the vase is full and any foam materials are completely saturated.


Dendrobium Orchids

DENDROBIUM ORCHIDS - keep away from fruits and veggies!

The same general care guidelines described above apply to dendrobium orchids, including their sensitivity to ethylene gas, which can be released by fruits, vegetables, and decaying floral materials.


Freesia

FREESIA - pluck out matured blossoms

The same general care guidelines described above apply to freesia, but note that they prefer room-temperature water. Blossoms appear on a comb – in order from largest to smallest on the horizontal comb. As blossoms pass their prime, they should be plucked or removed from the stem to keep the flower looking attractive.


Gerbera

GERBERA - change water often

Gerbera stems are highly susceptible to bacteria blockage, causing their heads to droop over, so change their water often and replenish their supply of floral food every 1-2 days. Since they are particularly sensitive to ethylene gas and bacteria – keep the vase and surrounding areas clean and debris free.


Hyacinth

HYACINTH - be careful when cutting stems

The same general care guidelines described above apply to hyacinths, but keep in mind that when their stems are cut, they release sap that can shorten the life of other flowers. To prevent this, after cutting their stems, place them in a bucket of water for at least 12 hours on their own before mixing them with other flowers. In modern designs, hyacinths are arranged with the bulbs and roots intact, as part of the composition. The soil is washed from the roots to prevent the water from becoming dirty.


Hydrangea

HYDRANGEA - revive wilting blossoms with warm water

Hydrangeas have woody stems that need to draw water for maximum vase life. If a blossom wilts prematurely, remove it from the design, recut the stem at a sharp angle and place in warm water for at least one hour. The flower should be revived and ready to take its place in the design. For best results keep the water level in their vase full. Hydrangeas can also be dried, by hanging them upside down in a warm spot. Although the color will fade slightly – the dried flowers can last between 9 months to a year.


Iris

IRIS - keep water levels full

Iris may arrive in your vase arrangement as tight buds. But they will open quickly and mature to open form usually within one or two days. Their beautiful blue blossom look good with other spring flowers like tulips and lilies. Their vase life is wonderful, although short lived. Keep water levels in the vase full and bacteria free for best results. Expected vase life is 3-5 days.


Lily

LILY - remove anthers to avoid staining clothing

Lily pollen can stain clothing and furniture, so carefully remove the anthers (the orange pollen-coated tips at the end of the stamens) with tissues before displaying your bouquet. As flowers open as your design ages, you should continue to remove the anthers. Follow the same general care guidelines described above, but since lilies bruise easily, handle them with particular care. Their blooms open in succession, and you can snip off spent flowers close to the main stem.


Lisianthus

LISIANTHUS - can last 7-10 days

Lisianthus have rose-like showy blossoms in grand colors, and with proper care they can last 7-10 days. Many of the unopened buds which show color may open fully. Smaller buds may not open but simply support the larger blossoms and accent the foliage.


Peonies

PEONIES - fragile, handle with care!

Follow the general care guidelines described above, placing your peonies in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Peonies often arrive in bud stage and open fully while in the design. The open blossoms can be fragile and shatter if mishandled so give them space and move them only as necessary. With proper care they should last about 7 days.


Roses

ROSES - don’t let leaves fall below waterline

Follow the general care guidelines described above for your roses, being sure to remove any discolored petals on the flower’s outer edge (called guard petals) and foliage that fall below the waterline when refreshing your arrangement. Recutting the stems often will give your roses the longest vase life.

If your roses begin to wilt, you may be able to revive them. Trim off about an inch from the bottom of its stem and then submerge the entire rose under water in a sink or bathtub. Allow the stem to absorb water for about 20-60 minutes before returning them to their vase.

Roses last longer in a cool area, but if you want their blooms to open quickly, temporarily place them in a warmer spot (Note: not hotter than 80 degrees Fahrenheit).

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*Parts of this article about caring for fresh cut flowers was originally found here: http://www.teleflora.com/floral-facts/how-to-care-for-fresh-flowers

Trapp Seasonal Candles

Trapp Seasonal Candles Buy 4 Get One FREE

That’s right! Our Trapp Seasonal Candles are back! Buy 4 Trapp Seasonal Candles and get one free for a limited time! All of your favorite fragrances of the upcoming seasons are here. Trapp Fireside Pumpkin, Trapp Golden Cypress, Trapp Hearth, Trapp Holiday, Trapp Lemon Sugar Cookie, Trapp Orange Clove, and Trapp Holiday Cinnamon Stick are stocked on our shelves for a limited time.

 

Trapp Seasonal Candles

Trapp Seasonal Candles

 

HOW: Simply add 5 Trapp Seasonal Candles to your shopping cart and enter promo code: “Seasonal” at checkout to make one of your Trapp Seasonal Candles FREE!

Notes:

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Fireside Pumpkin: 

Smoking white birch logs and New England pumpkin create a warm and inviting fragrance. Fragrance Notes: New England Pumpkin, glowing embers, fall spices, white birch logs.

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Golden Cypress: 

Create a holiday ambience with the intoxicating aroma of fresh cypress sprigs and golden citron fruit. Fragrance Notes: Golden citron, green cypress, Siberian fir.

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Hearth: 

Notes of autumn leaves, wild black currant, crushed nutmeg and sweet apricot comfort with feelings of family and memories of home. Notes: Wild Black Currant, Crushed Nutmeg, Autumn Leaves. 

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Holiday: 

Cinnamon sticks, spiced raisins and gingerbread make this a vibrant and spicy blend. Fragrance Notes: Cinnamon Stick, Gingerbread, Bourbon Vanilla.

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Lemon Sugar Cookie:

Tart lemon balances the sweetness of oven-baked cookies drizzled with frosting. Notes: Lemon zest, baked cookie, warm sugar.

Trapp Seasonal Candle: Orange Clove:

This classic combination of juicy orange and freshly ground clove warms your senses. Fragrance Notes: Juicy Orange, Freshly Ground Clove, Cinnamon.

Trapp Seasonal Candle: White Fir:

White fir essence fills your room with the refreshing, cool sensation of a winter forest. Fragrance Notes: Frasier Fir, Balsam Wood, Cool Ozonic. 

Trapp Seasonal Candles Buy 4 Get One FREE

Our Kansas City Floral Design Team Decorates Jewel Ball

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Trapp And Company decorates for Jewel Ball 2016 at The Nelson.

Our Kansas City Floral Design Team Decorates Jewel Ball

Our Kansas City floral design team at Trapp And Company used over 5,000 stems to create the elaborate scenes for Jewel Ball this year! Over 5,000! Wow! We only wish that you could scratch and sniff our photos from the event so you could experience the mesmerizing aroma also. Enjoy a few images we shot during the event set up.

Trapp and company kansas city's premier event and floral designer in kansas city

Trapp And Company decorates for Jewel Ball 2016 at The Nelson.

Trapp and company kansas city's premier event and floral designer in kansas city

Trapp And Company decorates for Jewel Ball 2016 at The Nelson.

 

Trapp and company kansas city's premier event and floral designer in kansas city

Trapp And Company decorates for Jewel Ball 2016 at The Nelson.

Floral Services for Corporate

From stunning weekly flower deliveries and holiday décor installations, to lush interior & exterior plantscapes, our team designs and maintains spaces in keeping with your company brand and vision. We also offer full-service corporate event design and generous gift giving programs year-round, for your convenience. Join the ranks of Kansas City’s leading hotels, restaurants, small businesses and retail stores who choose the very best for clients and colleagues.

Give the gift you know everyone will love— we make it simple to send large volume and holiday orders and offer generous corporate gift-giving programs. The possibilities are limitless as we work with you to customize gifts of flowers, plants, or gourmet treats that coworkers and clients will rave about.

Contact us at: 816-931-6940 or click here to fill out a form about the floral services that you are seeking.

Luxury Flower Collection

The Luxury Flower Collection

For 47 years we have been designing luxury flower arrangements for galas, events, and private parties. Now for the first time, we are offering this exquisite collection to the public to send locally or nationwide.

The luxury flower collection from FTD and Trapp and Company

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What makes these arrangements “luxury”? All the arrangements in the luxury flower collection are specifically designed to be instant show-stoppers. One even has over 100 roses! In addition, all designs come in designer vases that you are guaranteed to reuse. These are not your ordinary arrangements. Help us introduce this collection by enjoying 15% off of your locally delivered arrangement through June 2016 with promo code: Trappluxury. 


View all 12 arrangements here:https://trappandcompany.com/flowers/Luxury-Collection/

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