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Florist Quotes and Puns for Valentine’s Day

Posted on February 13th, 2019
Blog, florals for Valentines, Florist Marketing, Florist Resources, Florists' Thoughts, Flower Fun, Valentine's Day
florist-quotes-&-puns With the overwhelming amount of orders and questions that build up before Valentine’s Day, this time of year can be quite stressful for florists. Sometimes we just have to stop and smell the roses before continuing to work hard and provide the best quality service we can to our customers. Sometimes you just need to read something that is inspirational or just to put a smile on your face. Remember, laughter is the best medicine. We wanted to give you a little stress reliever and offer…

Valentine’s Day – Florist Checklist

Posted on January 16th, 2019
Floral Holiday Tips, florals for Valentines, Florist Ecommerce, Florist Marketing, Florist Resources, Valentine's Day
florist-checklist-valentine's day-main Florists, now is the time to start preparing for Valentine's Day! 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 next to Mother's Day. Read on for a step-by-step checklist to help you maintain organization, increase your flower shop profits, and have a smooth, successful Valentine's Day. [caption id="attachment_6802" align="aligncenter"…

The History of Valentine’s Day

Posted on January 24th, 2018
Blog, florals for Valentines, Flower History, Valentine's Day
Ever wonder how we came to celebrate Valentine's Day with roses? Valentine's Day is observed all across the world, and many consider this one of their favorite holidays. Celebrating romantic love, friendship, kindness and sweetness with flowers as the #2 most gifted, candy-chocolate #3 and greeting cards being #1. How Valentine's Day…

Ready, Set, Order: A Valentine’s Day Cheat Sheet!

Posted on January 10th, 2018
Design Prepping, Floral Supplies, florals for Valentines, flower lists, Valentine's Day
With the holidays now behind us, most retailers will have a chance to relax—but not florists. Valentine’s Day—or shall we say, Valentine’s week—is one of the busiest holidays for flower shops, with over 198 million roses sold. It’s a good idea to get a jump on your flower and supply ordering so that you can be organized and prepared…