Throughout the year, we at daFlores make sure that auld acquaintance be not forgot, by sending thousands upon thousands of beautiful bouquets to your loved ones, colleagues and friends on your behalf. From New Year’s to New Year’s, we send flowers for all the major holidays, many of the minor ones, and many more “just because” besides.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a space shuttle, your only recourse these days is to look in museums—but on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, there’ll be a very flowery version of The Shuttle Endeavor. For the 2014 Tournament of Roses, one of the many New Year’s Day floats will be a recreation of the famous space veseel in glorious flowers. We caught a preview of this in the news and thought you might be interested in another way in…
The next two weeks are perhaps the most important planning weeks of the year. We’ve heard, over and over again, that you use the last week of December to tie up loose ends, and the first week of the New Year to make plans (we hesitate to call them resolutions; those seem to be almost universally ignored by the end of January). Is that how you divide up the next two weeks, or do you have your own rituals?
Happy New Year from daFlores! Whether you’re on the American East Coast like we are, or in any of our countries from Brazil to Spain, Puerto Rico to Peru, we wish you a wonderful 2013 and hope your dreams come true.
Now that you’re starting to catch your breath after all the fun and joy of the holidays, maybe you’re starting to think about ways to keep the spirit of giving and love going a bit longer. With our quick guide to flower-giving holidays, you can easily plan ahead and even schedule a year of flowers ahead if so inclined!
Order your 2013 flowers now to avoid disappointment! With less than a week to go before New Year’s Day, there’s no better way to decorate your home for the fresh new year than with a delightful flower delivery from daFlores. Whether it’s romantic red roses for a loved one or a spray of cheerful sunflowers for Mom and Dad, you can use flowers to start the year right.
You all know about Black Friday, but did you know that Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, is Britain’s Black Friday? Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated outside the United States, but the after-Christmas sales give Black Friday door-busters a run for their money.