The trends for the 2019 continue to find that lavender is a winner in the wedding scene. The fragrance captures the guests and brings a calm among the bridal party. Lavender has a lure for so many as it is a flower that neither is masculine or feminine and enjoyed by both females or males. They are extra popular in cocktails, tall centerpieces and for bridesmaids, but continue to be a great "theme" wedding idea.
Elegance and simple beauty with dried lavender standing on its own as a bouquet or placed on a table by itself or with greenery.
Lavender and greenery filled bouquets will be a must have for 2019. With the addition of more purple hues with lavender replacing blush tones and rust colors replacing flashy metallics.
Still an environmentally friendly option to toss lavender on the bride and groom for wedding toss.
Lavender Cocktails or Mocktails take on a whole new meaning with our 4# party bag of Lavender Lemonade that serves 100 or our Lavender Cocktail Picks to add that special touch!
See the many products we have to make your wedding a hit. You can see them in our shop.
Products featuring lavender and other florals flavors have increased in popularity by 132% since 2015 (source: Innova Market Insights). Rose, Lavender, Hibiscus and Elderflower continue to be the leading choices and expected to continue to gain traction and visibility in 2019. Their natural appeal and their exotic notes make them a winner for new product launches in any application, from biscuits to yogurt, drinks or snacks (source: www.itstaste.com/news/flavour-trends-2018-19).
We will continue to develop more lavender recipes using our culinary lavender in the new year. Don't forget to check out our lavender products we have Lavender Hot Chocolate Mix, Lavender Lemonade Mix, Lavender Simple Syrup, Lavender Shortbread Cookie Mix, Lavender Scone Mix as well as Lavender Cocktail Picks . Here is to cooking with lavender this year, cheers!
Happy New Years!
One of my goals this year is to do a little more pampering. That is always a good idea, but I seem to get busy and ignore myself. I think that is a common problem with so many of us.
This is just a basic face mask recipe that you'll find everywhere online. It is versatile and you can change up the recipe to fit your face type.
Flat champagne and wine can actually help as a toner on the skin. The antioxidants and tartaric acid helps to tone the skin while the antibacterial properties help fight elements that promote acne.
What a great way to use up leftover champagne and pamper yourself at the same time!
May this new year brings good things for you!
Lavender Champagne Mask
1/2 cup (4 oz.) of powdered clay
Add 2 tbsp. (1 oz.) of either heavy cream or plain yogurt
1/4 cup (2 oz.) of flat champagne and stir until combined.
2 drops Norwood Farm lavender essential oil
Mix all ingredients until smooth, place on face. Let sit on face for 3-15 minutes and then wash off with warm water.
I am Nicole Callen, lavender lover, farmer, and owner of Norwood Farm. My intention for this page is to bring you great lavender related content that you can use. Most of it contains culinary adventures that transpire in my kitchen, as I have a love for the complex floral flavor and depth that lavender brings to cooking.