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.   […]

The Perfect Gift – Flowers!

Posted by on Dec 14, 2016 in Blog, Christmas, events, Flower Trends | 4 Comments
The Perfect Gift – Flowers!

Flowers still remain the perfect gift, regardless of what part of the world you are from! Nearly every country has a tradition of giving flowers, the art of giving flowers as a gift is seen as a gesture of how deeply someone loves and cares for its receiver. For floral recipients flowers carry a vast amount […]

Keep It Fun – Top 10 For Florists

Keep It Fun – Top 10 For Florists

Increasing and boosting fun/ humor in your floral business has many key benefits. As the holiday’s approach and flower shops get busier it is also a good time to focus on your flower shop business morale. Humor in the workplace has shown to lead to increased productivity and longevity. Humor helps Increase your floral business by: Connection Production Boosts brain […]

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 […]

Fall Into Florist Marketing

Fall Into Florist Marketing

“Rake” In Flower Sales With Fall Florist Marketing Tips   As a owner of a flower shop business it can be frustrating when you hit a summer slump when floral sales are down, though don’t fret, autumn is just around the corner and it’s not too late to generate sales. Following some simple marketing strategies will […]

10 Florist Tips for Strong Holiday Sales

10 Florist Tips for Strong Holiday Sales

The mad holiday dash is nearly upon us. For most florists, the Thanksgiving through Christmas rush is a huge boost, especially after the slower summer months. But is your flower shop doing everything that it can to make the most out of the busy season? Here are ten tips that will help your flower shop stand […]

Community Marketing and your Flower Shop

Community Marketing and your Flower Shop

Promoting your flower shop in your community can take on many different styles and your own creativity is the only limit to what you can do. We asked a few of our friends in floristry what they’ve done to stand out in their community and build up a reputation for being a trusted business. Here are […]

Smaller Spring Holidays Can Mean Big Money to Your Flower Shop

Smaller Spring Holidays Can Mean Big Money to Your Flower Shop

Spring is a busy time of year with Mother’s Day, Proms and Weddings but don’t miss out on promoting your shop for these smaller spring holidays to bring in more sales all through the year! It’s all about shop recognition and keeping your shop name in front of the customers so when they think flowers […]

A Florist Valentine’s Day Insurance Policy

A Florist Valentine’s Day Insurance Policy

Is your flower shop ready for bad weather on Vday? A flower shop’s worst nightmare – freezing cold temperature, lots of snow and ice the week of Valentine’s Day! The fix – make it a Valentine’s Week! When the blizzard of 1978 was bearing down on New York City, Mayor Koch announced it to be […]

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