14th of February is Valentine’s Day. You have decided that this year you will make it special and don’t forget it like last year. This is a very good start but you need to know that a successful Valentine is a well prepared and planned Valentine. It means that last minute plans can be fun but a catastrophe.
Valentine’s Day is almost there with all its romantic atmosphere. You maybe wonder why red is everywhere: in press, advertising, magazine, website, transport, TV and even in your favourite flower shop!
Red is a strong colour that represents desire, passion and love. With it's undeniable beauty makes it the perfect choice for most occasions but especially for Valentine’s Day. Unlike other colours, red is everywhere in nature, whether mineral, floral or divine.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and already the mood is changing. Everywhere, red hearts stand their ground in shop windows, cupid and his bow invade websites, newspapers and emails and the radio is playing love songs. Love is in the air. It’s time for you to reveal your romantic side and show your love for your partner to the world! For those of you who are less romantically inclined, though Valentine’s Day is here again, worry not, we've got a few tips to help you get through Valentine’s Day.
Topics: eFlorist News
There are many ways to tell someone you love them, from simple gestures to standout plans that your loved ones will remember forever.
Below are our top romantic gestures and actions to tell someone you love them, whether it’s for the first time, or as a reminder of how much they really mean to you. These will be varying in price and of course can be adapted to your personal preferences.
1. Candlelit dinner for two:
The classic, an age old tried and tested treat. Candlelit dinners can be the epitome of romantic gestures and can suit any budget. Whether you go to an expensive 5 star restaurant or have a meal in the comfort of your own home, our romantic flower range can really add that extra something to your night.
Thinking about Christmascoming soon, we interviewed some of our customers in a competition where they had to nominate their favorite Christmas flower. We were not surprised to see that for 8 out of 10 people, poinsettiais their Christmas flower of choice. Extremely popular in the US, in Canada and Mexico, the poinsettia called also the Christmas Star is the best seller during the holiday season. In the US more than 66 million of plants are sold every year where they contribute over $250 million to the US economy at the retail level. In Europe more than 30 million are offered at Christmas.
The Holiday Season is almost there and you can already feel the Christmas spirit invading our environment, shops and life. Maybe you are also thinking of your Christmas gift. If you have the luck to be with your family for Christmas you can deliver your Christmas greeting in person, Yet sometimes due to distance, friends and relatives can be far from the eyes. Stay close to their heart with a nice Christmas card. Let us inspire you with message ideas.
It’s never too early to think about next Christmas table decoration. We know that Christmas Holidays is a busy period and we have planned an early Christmas workshop. The idea of this DIY Christmas decoration is to create a unique & sparkling case to welcome lovely orchids. Vanda, Phalaenopsis and cymbidium are among the favourite Christmas flowers. Here you can mix both orchids and Christmas decorations. Perfect on the table of the Christmas Eve dinner, New Year or even as a gift to someone celebrating a birthday in December.
Like an impressionism painting, lavender fields bloom from June to early September in most gardens. Unique landscape not to be missed, blooming lavender fields look stunning and smell fantastic, among the most amazing ones are the Must-Sees lavender fields in Provence, South of France. This blue and gold flower has been used for ages to make soap, cosmetics, aromatherapy and in cooking, but lavender does so much more than just that!
Looking at a flower is a happiness source. But flowers and blooming plants have other great benefits in our environment. With the exception of vision, no sense is as closely tied to memory as the sense of smell. Thus smelling floral scents has the extraordinary power to put us in a good mood and feel less anxious. How is that possible and which flowers?
Summer will soon officially drawing to an end. Even if Indian Summer is particularly nice this year, autumn is around the corner. We are lucky to have so many late summer and early autumn flowers to brighten up our days, home, office and garden. Enjoy them now before the first frosts and celebrate autumn!