It is now less than a week to Thanksgiving. Where has the time gone, you might ask…where, indeed. In our busy lives, it’s often difficult to take care of everything, but if you’re reading this now, you can definitely still order Thanksgiving flowers from daFlores.
There’s a halfway-famous poem by Thomas Hood that goes (in part) something like this: “No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees, no fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds! November!” This gloomy 19th-century bit of writing describes how there’s really nothing cheerful about this month, neither warmth or comfort, at least if you’re in the northern hemisphere. We at daFlores have a few different ideas about what November could be like, so read on to find out more.
With just two weeks until Thanksgiving, now is the time to make sure you have ordered all your holiday flowers. Our Christmas selections are now available to make it easy to choose seasonal flowers, and we hope you’ll have a look through and get your orders in early. The holidays are among the busiest times for florists, on a par with Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, so getting organized now is important.
Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away, and daFlores invites you to get ready for the holidays by ordering flowers now. The longer you wait, the higher the risk that our busy florists will need to use substitute flowers. While our substitution policy is very generous, it’s always better to get exactly the flowers you were expecting this holiday season.
Thanksgiving 2013 is almost upon us, and daFlores has opened its special holiday flowers stores across the site. If you need special flowers this Thanksgiving, please accept this PSA in the spirit it was intended and order now. Wednesday is the last day for delivery of Thanksgiving flowers, and you need to get your order in now to avoid disappointment. If you get your order in this weekend, our florists have time to get in the supplies they need and…
Thanksgiving is well on its way, so have you thought about Thanksgiving flowers yet? Now that we’re already well into the month of November, it’s time to stop planning and act to make sure your Thanksgiving flowers arrive on time.
It’s sometimes hard to let go of the summer, with its bright colors and warm, relaxing weather. But the Fall has its charms too, in the gorgeous shades of falling leaves, the golds and oranges that usher in winter holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are just round the corner, but if you’re feeling a bit blue, why not celebrate the season with beautiful flowers? The official start of Fall is September 21, but nature doesn’t listen to humanity’s “official” dates….