How to Jingle Rock Your Holiday Floral Sales

How to Jingle Rock Your Holiday Floral Sales

 Forecasters predict that this holiday season will show higher revenue than others for retailers! For most floral business owners, the holiday season brings in a tremendous amount of the year’s revenue, and early preparation is crucial to staying ahead of the competition. Preparing for the winter holidays puts a lot of pressure on shoppers and retailers alike. What […]

Four Tips for Becoming a Floral Designer

Four Tips for Becoming a Floral Designer

So you have a knack for arranging blooms. With a deep appreciation for flowers, floral design is a fun and exciting endeavor. Many florists start their careers after years of daydreaming about venturing into the world of floral design. Florists are like miracle workers, bringing endless smiles and emotional well-being to recipients. It’s a no-brainer, if […]

Top 10 Florist Tips & Tricks

Top 10 Florist Tips & Tricks

 These essential tips and tricks will make your daily floral design operations run smoothly and produce long lasting results. Many floral design experts may already be using some if not all of these tips and tricks, For those new to the floristry industry take a look at these Top 10 fundamental tips to guide you […]

Floral Design 101 – Flower Crowns

Floral Design 101 – Flower Crowns

Flower crowns are the biggest trend right now and at this point, it’s safe to say they are not going away! Although flower crowns are hugely sought after for weddings and special events now, they are actually a floral trend of the past starting in Ancient Greece where they were worn to pay tribute to […]

Mother’s Day-Florist Checklist

Mother’s Day-Florist Checklist

Mother’s Day (or should we say Mother’s Day week) is the busiest and potentially the most profitable holiday for the floral business owner. Having a strategy in place to make the most profit is essential in reaping all the benefits of this busy flower purchasing holiday. In this blog, we will go over a checklist to […]

Florist Guide – Prepping Roses 101

Florist Guide – Prepping Roses 101

Prepping roses is the key ingredient in providing customers with a long lasting arrangement. With a busy Valentine’s Day just around the corner, in this blog we will focus on prepping roses for maximum longevity.   Good To Know Roses are packed 25 stems in a bunch and come in these lengths of 40cm, 50cm, 60cm […]

Valentine’s Day – Florist Checklist

Valentine’s Day – Florist Checklist

Florists now is the time to gear up and prepare – Valentine’s Day is approaching at lightning speed!  It is important to be ahead of the Valentine’s Day flower rush! Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest and possibly the most profitable holiday of the year, compared to Mother’s Day.  In this blog, we will create a […]

Florist Guide – Planning For The Year

Florist Guide – Planning For The Year

A Florist Guide to Planning Your Year The floral industry, a fast-paced business, that’s ahead of seasons & holidays. To most florist’s, planning the year is second nature, however, it always helps to have a set plan to organize everyone’s duties. In this blog, we present an easy guide for all your floral yearly planning.   […]

Flower Arranging 101 – Centerpiece Design Basics

Flower Arranging 101 – Centerpiece Design Basics

Tis the season for centerpieces be for holiday’s or events. Following some basic principles will allow you as the designer flexibility with your own creative touches helping execute your masterful floral work of art for any table showcase. Floral designing is a form of architecture, be sure to follow these floral arranging  principles with all your flower design […]

Florist Halloween – Tricks Of The Trade

Florist Halloween  – Tricks Of The Trade

Add some Tricks and Treats to your flower sales with these spell-binding tips! Halloween has gained serious recognition among business retailers and no wonder why, as adults look forward and partake in this fun holiday and are spending millions on the holiday. It is said that Halloween sales surpass every holiday except Christmas. So why aren’t […]

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