Nanz and Kraft Florists

Nanz and Kraft Florists

Family Owned & Operated Since 1850

Hang A Harvest Wreath In Warm Welcome

Want to make a great first impression this upcoming holiday season? Start with a wreath. Our favorite circle of greenery ever is one of the classic emblems of the season, and also one of the first pieces of decor you can put up in advance of the holidays without feeling like you're rushing them. A wreath says, "come on in" in a way that nothing else can. Read More about Hang A Harvest Wreath In Warm Welcome »
Posted by David Kraft on November 19, 2018 Christmas Holiday Thanksgiving Wreaths

How To Style Friendsgiving

If you're one of the lucky people to have been invited to a Friendsgiving celebration, get ready to have a good time. This approach to Thanksgiving has been gaining traction in recent years, and with it comes a whole new set of traditions to blend in with the old. You may be entreated to bring a dish that reflects your culture or ethnic background. You may be asked to provide a side item that puts a new twist on a classic holiday dish. Friendsgiving may seem more like a casual cocktail party or mixer, with neighbors, friends, co-workers, teachers and more mingling and getting to know each other, even as they're gathered in the same spirit as at traditional Thanksgiving. Read More about How To Style Friendsgiving »
Posted by David Kraft on November 5, 2018 Flowers Thanksgiving

A Naturally Gorgeous Tablescape

If you're ready to build yourself a true Fall tablescape, you've come to the right place. Nanz & Kraft Florists is offering our top tips on how to create a dining table that presents a feast for the eyes as much as it does for the mouth. Tablescapes take their cue from the centerpiece you choose. Whatever feeling or mood that centerpiece expresses, the tablescape elaborates upon it, offering a cohesive experience for everyone gathered around it. Read More about A Naturally Gorgeous Tablescape »
Posted by David Kraft on October 28, 2018 Fall Flowers Thanksgiving

Glorious Cornucopia Centerpieces and More

One of Thanksgiving's most enduring symbols is the cornucopia, an expression of the harvest that came from Greek mythology. While in that case it was a goat horn that Zeus accidentally broke off, today the cornucopia is typically represented as a basket full of the fruits of the season's harvest. What hasn't changed? The ancient cornucopia and the modern one both symbolize abundance, the results of our endeavors over the growing season, and the nourishment we take from our hearths and homes. Is it any surprise then that we've made cornucopias into Thanksgiving centerpieces? Not to us at Nanz & Kraft Florists. Read More about Glorious Cornucopia Centerpieces and More »
Posted by David Kraft on November 6, 2017 | Last Updated: November 10, 2017 Fall Flowers Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Centerpieces and Celebrations

Every person has their own special thoughts and memories about Thanksgiving, Everyone has a different reason that the holiday is meaningful to them. And when it comes to hosting the Thanksgiving dinner, each person has their own style of decorating their home to warmly invite their guests. For over 160 years, Nanz & Kraft Florists has been a part of the local traditions and customs of the people who live in the Louisville area, providing gorgeous florals to brighten up the table. This year, start a new tradition - with a fresh flower centerpiece from your hometown experts. Read More about Thanksgiving Centerpieces and Celebrations »
Posted by David Kraft on November 16, 2016 | Last Updated: November 22, 2016 Thanksgiving

A Traditional Louisville Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving signifies the beginning of a special and memorable time of year. No matter what food we share, which home we gather in,  or which football team we root for - we look forward to celebrating Thanksgiving all year. Nanz and Kraft Florists is proud to be a part of so many Louisville thanksgiving traditions, providing the beautiful seasonal arrangements and Thanksgiving centerpieces that decorate your home and warmly welcome your guests in. Read More about A Traditional Louisville Thanksgiving »
Posted by David Kraft on November 1, 2016 | Last Updated: November 22, 2016 Thanksgiving