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Best 5 Reasons to Send Flowers in September

Summer is starting to wind down and Fall begins this month. So it is last hurrahs and back to school. Cold rainy days will be be here before you know it so make every day count!

Here are our top 5 reasons to send flowers this month.

1. Labor Day – September 1st

No white after Labor Day! But you still have time to order fresh beautiful flowers for that hard-working person in your life. An all-white arrangement makes a charming hostess gift. However you are celebrating this well-earned day off, let someone know how much your appreciate them. This is an especially nice gesture if you know anyone who actually has to work on Labor Day!

2. Grandparents Day – September 8th

In 1978, President Jimmy Carter dedicated the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day. This is a day to celebrate the love and kindness that only grandparents give. Show some of your very special family members how much they mean to you and your family but sending flowers and listening to a few stories.

3. First Day of Autumn – September 22nd

It will officially be Fall and what better way to get ready for fuzzy scarf weather, turning leaves and hot chocolate cravings than to send someone a gorgeous fall bouquet. Pick from fiery reds, blazing oranges, warm yellows and deep purples for the perfect welcome to the season.

4. Gold Star Mother’s Day – September 29th

This U.S. tradition is held on the last Sunday of September each year. This is a day for people to recognize and honor those who have lost a son or daughter while serving the United States Armed Forces. If you want to participate in a wreath laying ceremony, check with a local florist to have a gold star incorporated into a floral wreath. Sending flowers to the family is also a thoughtful remembrance.

5. September Birthdays

For all those Fall babies out there, the flower of the month is the lovely aster in so many colors like pink, red, white, lilac and mauve. This flower has long symbolized faith, wisdom and love. In Victorian times this flower conveyed love and patience. The name “aster” comes from the Greek word for “star.”  Help a bright and shining star in your life celebrate their birthday this month with a beautiful arrangement on their special day.


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