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Need A Hostess Gift For A Halloween Party?
Flowers aren't typically frightening sights for sore eyes but they are a tried and true gift. That's right. Even Halloween is touched by the boo-tiful grace of flowers. If you're heading to a Halloween party this year, remember to take flowers along for the host or hostess. You can jazz up Halloween flowers to match everything from a haunted house theme to an informal dinner party for adults. It's all in the flowers.
Most of us are in a rush and don't have time to head to the store just to buy a hostess gift. Florists make giving Halloween flowers easy. There are a few ways that florists can help. First, you can have a spooky arrangement sent to your home and pick it up on the way to the party. You could also have the arrangement sent to your friend's house and spare yourself a trip. Another suggestion is to call in the order the day before the party and ask your florist to have it ready at a certain time the next day. Just drop in, pick it up, and Bob's your uncle. Halloween flowers in a hurry.
Here are some suggestions of what you can find from a local florist:
The "Boo!" flower basket is a fun way to get a ghoulish night started. Ghosts and goblins are Halloween staples so make sure they're part of your Halloween flowers.
Need something for an adult party? Go with "Awe-Inspiring Autumn" which has color, movement and beauty all in a fall flowers arrangement.
Oh what a "Tangled Web" flower basket we weave when first we practice giving Halloween flowers. Even though I butchered the quote, butchering works around Halloween. So does the "Tangled Web" flower basket.
Scared of spiders? Is your host/hostess? You may get the first scream of the night when you give the "Itsy, Bitsy Spider" Halloween flowers arrangement. I shiver just thinking about it.
Some less frightening but definitely spooky Halloween flowers are the ones found in the "Jack O'Lantern Tree". Mini pumpkins carved with crooked smiles and sin-shaped eyes are an easy addition to fall arrangements. Just don't stare into their eyes for very long. They hate that.