Billy Heromans Flowers & Gifts

Billy Heromans Flowers & Gifts

Best Florist in the Baton Rouge Area

Wearable Prom Flowers

As we move into spring, it’s time to begin thinking about proms and other spring dances. One of the most traditional elements of a prom are wearable flowers. There’s nothing that says prom like pictures of Mom pinning a boutonniere on her son's tuxedo or a handsome boy handing his girlfriend her wristlet corsage. Make sure your corsage or boutonniere is on point this season. The floral artisans at Billy Heroman's Flowers & Gifts have created some trendy designs for you to choose from. We want you and your date to look amazing for prom this season. Read More about Wearable Prom Flowers »
Posted by Todd McBride on April 1, 2019 Flower Gifts Flowers Prom Flowers Roses

Dance Flowers To Die For

Summer is within reach, but before that, there's the end of the school year, with its award ceremonies, graduations, proms and parties. It's a celebratory time for our local seniors and their families, and Billy Heroman's Flowers & Gifts knows it's also a time when flowers are in high demand. Everything from rose bouquets to nosegays to graduation party centerpieces is called for, but for many, there's no more important end-of-school-year flowers than the ones worn to prom. Read More about Dance Flowers To Die For »
Posted by Todd McBride on April 30, 2018 Flowers Prom Flowers

Corsage Flowers for the Dance

Spring is the season for corsage flowers - for spring dances, proms, graduation ceremonies, or even Mother's Day! There are so many reasons at this time of year to buy someone special some gorgeous wearable flowers, whether a traditional corsage or a beautiful wristlet - and Billy Heroman's Flowers has the freshest roses, orchids, lilies, and more. Did You Know? The word corsage is of French origin, and means 'the bodice of a dress'. Early on, the flowers pinned to the dress were called 'bouquet de corsage', but the term was eventually shortened.  Read More about Corsage Flowers for the Dance »
Posted by Todd McBride on April 17, 2017 Flowers Homecoming Prom Flowers