Unusual January Holidays Are Great Excuses for Flowers

9 Jan

Don’t Wait a Month: January Holidays to Keep You In Blooms

What would you rather look at: a stack of papers or a delicate orchid? Go on, give yourself the gift of a clean desk- it's a great place for flowers!

What would you rather look at: a stack of papers or a delicate orchid. Go on, give yourself the gift of a clean desk- it’s a great place for flowers!

Holy moly, Bloomies, it’s still only January, right? All of a sudden I thought I was a WEEK away from Valentines, with no orders to fill. That would have made me sad! Luckily, it IS only the second week of January, and there are plenty of ‘holidays’ between then and now to fill my time. Don’t believe me? Check out this list.

6 Best Reasons to Give (or Get!) Flowers in January

This year:
  • January 12th is the Miss America Pageant. Award yourself (or that special lady) “Miss Fabulous” with a big pageant bouquet.
  • January 13th is Make Your Dreams Come True Day. I don’t know about you, but my dreams always include flowers.
  • January 14th is Clean off Your Desk Day AND Organize the Home day. Replace the stack of files with a low arrangement of fragrant flowers.
  • January 17th is  Get To Know Your Customers Day. Thank them for answering your questions/survey with a beautiful desktop arrangement (to go on their still neat desk from the 14th) or even just a single bloom.
  • January 22nd is Celebration of Life Day. What better way to do so than with real live flowers? Let them know you appreciate them in your life with a bouquet or a living, potted beauty.
  • January 31st is Inspire Your Heart With Art Day. Flower Design is a form of art. Pick up an architectural or textural arrangement inspired by modern art.
There are so many more weird holidays, but these are the ones that make the BEST excuses for buying flowers. As if you need one. Even if your gift is a single daisy, it lets the recipient know you were thinking of them, and that you care.
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