Lilium’s quality and excellence have been recognized by our customers and peers alike. Lilium was voted Best of the Best ten times from 2010 to 2020, and recognized as the 2015 National Retail Florist of the Year. In 2016, Lilium was named a Dream Big Blue Ribbon Award winner by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. In 2017, Lilium won the Texas Retail Florist of the Year People’s Choice award.
Lilium Floral Design strives to offer the best in both quality and design that the industry has to offer. We focus on our clients, partnering with them to not only meet, but to exceed their needs.
Lilium’s trademark style is organic, sleek and elegant, bringing a new standard of design to the industry. While our design roots are traditional, they will always have a modern twist. It is nature’s beauty that provides the inspiration for our living art. This simplistic approach allows each flower to be magnificently showcased in each artistic design.
Lilium is a leader in providing value‐added floral designs and services to our customers by creating a successful partnership with them. Our pledge is to establish long‐term relationships with our customers by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust with our artistic designs and through exceptional performance by every member of our team.
Green Mission Statement
Lilium Floral Design LLC is committed to the preservation of our environment for future generations, and strives to continually look for new ways in which to be environmentally conscience. The passion of our business is the creation of artistic and stunning floral designs, with the effort to use organic and environmentally friendly products.
How we are implementing sustainable environmentally friendly business practices:
- Sending invoices and receipts via email
- Using recycled paper
- Reusing shipping materials
- Using updated LED lighting
- Recycling our vases
- Using organic/natural materials in arrangements
- Using flowers from California growers and other eco‐friendly growers
- Using tropical flowers from Hawaii rather than from Costa Rica, because the United States does not destroy rain forests to plant crops