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A Valentine’s Day Surprise

A couple of years after I began teaching accounting at a university, I met my loving husband. Until this time, Valentine’s Day had never been a significant day on my calendar. For some unknown reason, I was always alone on this most romantic day of the year. Because of this sad fact, I will never forget my first Valentine’s Day with my husband. He showered me with gifts all day long. He first sent a beautiful flower arrangement to my workplace. Then, he took me to dinner at a nearby steak restaurant. After dinner, he presented me with a card, a box of chocolates, and a sweet book. When I arrived home that night, I found even more flowers. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of flowers to give a new love on Valentine’s Day.

Strained Family Connections: Asking For Forgiveness Through Flowers

16 July 2015
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If you and a family member, such as a sibling or parent, are no longer speaking because of past grievances, asking for forgiveness through flowers is a good idea. Flowers may express how you feel through their colors, scents, and sizes. A simple lavender rose or delicate bouquet of yellow carnations may tell your loved one how much you miss and love them without ever speaking a word. If you want to repair the damage in your strained family or reconnect with a lost loved one, have one of the flowers listed below delivered to them. Read More …

Getting the Extra Mile out of Your Wedding Flowers

10 April 2015
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A common wedding frustration can be all of the work that is put into preparing for one day, only to have it all be over so quickly. Wedding flowers is one area that you can be sure to get extra mileage out of. Flowers don't necessarily need to be thrown out at the end of the night, and don't need to stop with bouquets and centerpieces. Here are four ways to get the most out of your wedding flowers. Read More …