When it comes to giving flowers to the one you love, anyone can give a dozen red roses. February is Creative Romance Month, so this is not the time to go with the tried-and-true dozen roses. With the help of Marco Island Florist, you can dig a little deeper and get creative this February. Whether for Valentine’s Day or just because it is the month of romance, your Naples and Marco Island florist will help you give a gift that will impress with a large selection of the most creative romantic arrangements.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we hope our customers are thinking about floral gifts that are suitable for their lovely queens. Our experienced Marco Island Florist creative team is hard at work, putting together the spectacular array of bouquets, flower arrangements and floral gifts for our customers who are looking for custom flowers for the Valentine’s in their lives.
A single rose given to a special someone on Valentine’s Day is a simple and beautiful representation of love, but an entire bouquet of roses from Marco Island Florist multiplies that adoration even more. How do you choose the style, color, and number of roses to gift your loved one on Valentine’s Day?
You might already know that red roses are the most beautiful choice for Valentine’s Day, but how do you make that time-honored tradition extra memorable and extraordinary?
The color experts at Pantone® surprised the interior and fashion design world with they chose as 2018’s color of the year, but for flower businesses like our Marco Island Florist, Ultra Violet is a gorgeous flower color that we’re eager to incorporate into some of our floral designs. It’s probably not a color you’d like to see on your walls, and you may or may not feel okay about incorporating it into your day-to-day wardrobe, but you can embrace this trend in your home by adding splashes of Ultra Violet to your home décor with flower arrangements.
What do you know about Galentine’s Day?
If you’re like a lot of people, probably not a lot, so allow us at Marco Island Florist to explain. Galentine’s Day – February 13th – is an occasion set aside to celebrate the love female friends have for each other. It’s a fictional holiday inspired by a 2010 episode of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, in which the main character Leslie Knope takes all of her girlfriends out for a lunch and declares it “only the best day of the year.”
Have you thought about how you’d like to spend 2018?
If you’re anything like us here at Marco Island Florist Home & Gifts, you’ve probably set several intentions, maybe even resolutions, related to diet and health. We’d like to suggest one more that has nothing to do with what you see on the scale. Why not spend the next year making somebody happy? There’s a surefire way to do that, and it has everything to do with flowers.
In study after study, the benefit of flowers on the body and the mind has been well proven. We know, for instance, that giving and receiving flowers keeps someone more in touch with their friends and family, which has obvious benefits on a person’s well being. Hospitalized patients who have flowers or a potted plant in their room use less pain medication and have lower blood pressure when compared to their flower-less counterparts.
At Marco Island Florist, we believe one of the best ways to help heal the mind and body is to surround yourself with oxygenating, mood enhancing flowers.
Here in Marco Island, there’s really no such thing as winter. We call it that, but really our landscape looks nothing like the rest of the country’s in the cold season. And frankly, we here at Marco Island Florist couldn’t be happier about it. We love being surrounded by green (and blue!) year round, and that we still get to enjoy winter-inspired flowers, too. Even though there will be no snow days for us this December, we’re still setting our tables with centerpieces and bouquets that conjure a colder scene.
We here at Marco Island Florist are on top of all the trends, as much as we cherish the classic styles. We know that what lies ahead breathes new life into our floral work, even as our traditional faves keep it grounded. To that end, we welcome the insight that International Floral Distributors’ annual trend report brings. Among the four distinct design approaches identified, we’ve singled out one to focus on in this week’s blog. Why? Because it’s so much fun.
Flowers are a big deal during the winter holidays. Surprised? Don’t be. Christmas and Hanukkah flower purchases account for 30% of all holiday flower sales each year, a figure that reflects the fact that we dress our tables, mantles and doors with fresh blooms, bold poinsettias and fragrant winter greens.
Marco Island Florist’s Holiday Gift Guide showcases the outstanding array of arrangements and designs available during the season, making it easy for you to select just the right gift for your loved one or yourself.