International Flower Delivery Blog

Lena Raven

Born in Nalchik in 1966, graduated with a major in English Lit, and working as a school teacher since 1990. My interests are diverse: music, good literature, and computer technology at the user level. I like to try new things, and I bring what I started to its logical conclusion. Oh! And I do love my pets! I’m already 54 and I still believe in miracles and hobbits with elves and Gandalf. I myself am a bit of an adventuress like a hobbit, and I love mushrooms, too, like they do.

Flower Delivery and Flowers Drop Ship Program

More than a thousand years ago, people realized that they could express their emotions and feelings not only with the help of words but also through flowers. Since then, our ancestors began to give each other flower gifts with words of admiration, gratitude, or apology. You can present a bouquet to a loved one or friend, gratitude flowers to your business partners, or compliment your customers even if they are thousands of kilometers away using a flower drop ship!

Flower drop ship makes flower delivery easier through the use of online tools and modern technology. It allows companies to be not only customers of flower delivery services but to also become direct participants in flowers drop ship programs.

Previously, we discussed choosing corporate bouquets. Today, we will be speaking about the use of drop-shipping fresh flowers to develop your marketing strategy and how this service will come to the rescue.

Thanksgiving Flowers and Traditional Centerpiece

The fourth Thursday of November marks Thanksgiving Day! The perfect time for families and friends to get together and enjoy a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner while exchanging Thanksgiving flowers and gifts of appreciation.

Family members go to great lengths to make their homes look beautiful, from wreaths on doors to centerpieces on dining tables. Therefore, using Thanksgiving flowers to complement Thanksgiving dinner is a great way to make the day more festive.

Previously, we discussed the possibility of using flowers as a decoration and gift for Halloween. And today, we will tell you about commonly used flowers and foliage to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving flowers as decorative composition in pumpkin

A Bouquet for a Teacher as a Sign of Gratitude

Today we will talk about choosing a bouquet for a teacher. We’re here to help you give them an arrangement they’ll never forget! So, read below as we dive into everything from flower color schemes to the meaning of different flowers.

Flowers are not only a way to confess your love but also an opportunity to express appreciation. And, every teacher loves receiving sincere appreciation for their hard work: TRUE TEACHERS devote their hearts and souls to preparing children for adulthood and the real world.

A bouquet for a teacher with stationery

Spooky Bouquets and Halloween

Without any doubt, Halloween is a time for fun, revelry, and celebration. In addition to eating sweets and playing games, children wear costumes, people tell scary stories, and trick-or-treat. But, what about spooky bouquets?

We’re here to tell you how you can celebrate Halloween the best way, with flowers, of course! Spooky bouquets, as a matter of fact, are a win-win to reflect the spirit of the season. And, it’s the perfect gift to send for All Saints Day!

Haunted house

Flowers for Rosh Hashanah

The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah commemorates the creation of the first man and woman, Adam and Eve. The Jewish religious calendar begins on this day, and devout Jews celebrate it by reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future. In addition, it is customary to give flowers to Rosh Hashanah.

It is a holiday for many Jewish people who celebrate it with their friends and family. They reflect on everything about the past year as it ends and looks ahead to a new year. It is a time when everything is fresh and clean. Rosh Hashanah celebrates new beginnings.

No invitation to a celebration is complete without flowers for Rosh Hashanah, which add a festive touch to any home. Regardless, if you are a Jewish family or know someone  Jewish, here’s what you need to know about flower gift-giving this Rosh Hashanah.

Rosh Hashanah: honey, pomegranates, apples

Flowers as a Reward for Employees

Do you want your company to keep improving and developing? Do you dream of feeling proud of the work done by your staff, but don’t know how to reward employees? There are solutions! Firstly, it is necessary to know that there are two main types of rewards: material and mental. Each of these types has its positive effect, and it is not advisable to give preference to only one of them. Not everything is about money. You can reward employees with an organized trip somewhere, praise your team for a job well done, or give flowers as a reward and recognition. Both material and mental methods of expressing gratitude are equally important.

Previously we discussed how flowers affect a business. Today we will talk about how to use flowers as a reward for employees’ specific milestones.

Flowers are a favorite gift that brings a smile to anyone’s face because they come in different colors and shapes. Flowers seem to make a good impression just by looking at them almost as if they speak directly to your heart and evoke happy emotions. Whether it’s the main gift or an additional gift, flowers as a reward for employees are a perfect gift for so many people, and here are some reasons that prove it.

Flowers as a Reward: An elegant corporate bouquet

Exotic Flowers in Bouquets

Flowers are the best way to brighten somebody’s day, and why wouldn’t they? Adding fresh blooms to anyone’s day will instantly make them feel better. Many bouquets are designed especially for a particular occasion these days. And above all, you can express unique emotions through bouquets, making them a perfect way to commemorate any occasion. Whether you need a lovely bouquet for a special occasion, or to make your loved one’s day a memorable time, the exotic flowers will brighten up any day. Today, let us explore which of them will be the best choice for creating bouquets.

Anthurium – a Favorite Plant of Florists

The flowers used to make bouquets are not only garden plants but also exotic varieties. Some of them can be grown in your garden or on the windowsill. A favorite plant of florists anthurium is among them. Experienced florists use these flowers when composing arrangements. Businessmen and politicians enjoy these flowers in their bouquets, as they symbolize success in the workplace.
Today we will tell you why anthurium is the favorite flower of florists worldwide.

Favorite Flowers - Pink Anthuriums

A Floral Treasure Of The World

Some flowers have such an alluring charm and sense of comfort that one can enjoy them for a long time. Chrysanthemums are one such floral treasure of the world. Sacred in the East, it is also one of Europe’s most popular flowers. The flower retains freshness and attractiveness for a long time; it works well in combination with many other plants.

Archaeologists have found the first image of chrysanthemums on Chinese porcelain made 2500 years ago. There are chrysanthemums images on fabrics, vases, and dishes. In China, an exquisite dessert comes from its flowers; it is served both in restaurants and at home. This dish tastes like a tender cake and is popular among locals and tourists. One of our earlier articles talked about desserts made from flowers. Today we will tell you about the chrysanthemums’ features that made this flower a treasure of the floral world.

Floral treasure: white chrisantemums

Gift Exchange and Flowers of Courtesy

Gift exchange is a core element of business etiquette and Japanese cultural customs. Varied occasions call for you to give gifts to your boss, colleagues, or friends in Japan. Previously we wrote about the Giri choco on Valentine’s Day and White Day. You should bring an omiyage home from your trip. In addition to the end-of-year gift of Oseibo, the middle-of-year gift of O-chugen is an expression of gratitude. Business associates, students, and teachers exchange gifts. So, when you receive them, you should also reciprocate.

With thousands of years of culture, history, and beliefs, Japan is a country where things may mean more than you think. For this reason, learning the dos and don’ts of Japanese gift-giving is significant.
We researched the mid-year O-chugen gift exchange and put together a few tips to help you to select perfect flowers of courtesy in the O-chugen season – and hand them over without any faux-pas.

Ochugen - gift exchange