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Floral Trends: Quiet Spaces

Flowers are often called “mother nature’s therapy,” and for a good reason! Color trend expert Mark Woodman and interior designer Kelli Ellis are back with another Two-Minute Trend video focusing on the power of flowers to uplift quiet spaces. Their natural beauty and essence have a powerful effect on our mood and psyche, inspiring us to be better.

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5 Reasons to Send Flowers in November

5 Reasons to Send Flowers in November

It’s clear to say that no holiday or special occasion is needed to send flowers to the people you love, but here’s what you can celebrate by sending fresh blooms this month!

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Veterans Day

Veterans Day

Veterans Day is one of the most important holidays we celebrate in the United States. On this day we honor all veterans currently serving our military and those who have served in the past. Their love for this country, courage, and faith in the future of this nation must be recognized not just on this holiday but each and every day.

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Flower Shop Network Celebrates Petal It Forward

FSN Celebrates Petal It Forward

Flower Shop Network was extremely proud to be part of this year’s #PetalItForward event organized by the Society of American Florists. Seeing the smile on people’s faces as they received flowers was truly the highlight of the day. It was a beautiful reminder of how much happiness a simple rose can bring into a person’s life.

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FLORAL TRENDS: Inspiring Conversation

 

In this second video created by the Society of American Florists, Interior Designer Kelli Ellis and Color Trend Expert Mark Woodman, talk about the power of flowers to inspire conversations. Blooms don’t just brighten up a room with their stunning colors and natural beauty, they also are a wonderful topic of conversation.

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Halloween Flowers

Halloween Flowers

Halloween is probably the holiday no one ever thinks of as a good reason to send flowers, but why not? Flowers are a wonderful way to celebrate any occasion, and on Halloween, your local florist can customize them to fit with the spookiness of this day. Want to try it out? We’ve got a few ideas to spice up your floral piece!

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Flower Spotlight: Marigold

Marigold

For those of you who didn’t know, the stunning golden marigold is the birth flower of October. This gorgeous garden bloom is bright and full of meaning! Here’s everything you need to know…

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FLORAL TRENDS: Creating First Impressions


In this video created by the Society of American Florists, Color Trend Expert Mark Woodman and Interior Designer Kelli Ellis, talk about the impact flowers have when trying to establish a good image for your brand and company. Whether we want to accept it or not, experience and excellent work ethic, unfortunately, isn’t everything. We now live in a world where color and eye-catching displays or marketing pieces draw people’s attention more than the actual content. It sparks interest. The same goes for your work environment.

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Card Messages: October Edition

Autumn Leaves

Are you one to have a difficult time expressing the emotions you feel in writing? Well, let me tell you something…you’re not alone! There are so many people that rather express what they feel in actual spoken words, but sometimes having that little unexpected note makes the occasion even more special. So, here are a few card message ideas you can use to accompany the floral piece you choose to send this month!

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month


As many of you may know, October is the official month of Breast Cancer Awareness. Unfortunately, this horrible disease is said to affect 1 in 8 U.S. women in the course of their lives. If you know someone personally that suffers from breast cancer, or any type of cancer, you know that it is an extremely difficult burden to carry. Not just for the person physically affected by it, but for the family as well. Be sure to show up and let them know that you understand their struggle and are available to assist in whatever they may need. A helping hand is always highly appreciated.

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