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How To Choose the Best Flowers for an Arrangement

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How To Choose the Best Flowers for an Arrangement

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Choosing the best flowers for a flower arrangement for Mother’s Day might seem difficult to a person with no experience in the floral industry. The reality is that it’s actually pretty easy to put together the perfect arrangement if you’re willing to do a little research, ask for help, consider themes, and be creative. This year, when sending Mom her Mother’s Day floral arrangement, try to think past carnations and pick Mother’s Day flowers that will be really special for her. For tips on how to choose the best blooms for any floral arrangement, read on.

Considering Mom’s Favorite Colors

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One of the easiest ways to personalize a Mother’s Day flower arrangement is to think about your mom’s favorite color. When making the call to your local florist or other flower delivery service, ask about the blooms they have in that color. Consider asking for a gift basket, ribbon, or vase in a complementary color to make your bouquet pop. Maybe your mom loves sunflowers and orange lilies. Instead of going with traditional pink roses or yellow daisies, opt for a sunflower arrangement with ribbons in a matching shade. By going with her favorite color, you’re more likely to match her home decor and bring a smile to her face than with your standard pre-made bouquets.

Being Unique

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One way to make a Mother’s Day bouquet stand out is to pick blooms that are less common or that don’t grow in your area. While this may mean for a more expensive arrangement, exotic flowers, like orchids, will stand out and be something she remembers throughout the year ahead. Where you might normally send daisies or pink roses every year, ask your florist about rare flowers and recommendations for how they could be pulled into the perfect bouquet for Mom. When it’s time to fill out that message card, point out what you’ve done. Reminding Mom that she’s a rare ray of sun in your life or even one of a kind is a great way to make her feel even more special on Mother’s Day.

Thinking About Themes

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The perfect flowers for any Mother’s Day flower delivery don’t have to be in her favorite color or even unique. If neither of those ideas work for you, consider asking the florist about themes. Where most people will grab or order the standard Mother’s Day arrangement from the shelf, ask about themed gift baskets, flowers for other occasions, and unique flower carriers. The most common bouquet of flowers could turn out quite special if paired with a theme your mom has a personal connection to.

When picking your bouquet and asking for unique gift ideas, consider adding balloons with a personal sentiment. Or, take one step further and ask about succulent arrangements for a mom with a green thumb who you know will want to keep her arrangement around long term.

Asking for Professional Advice

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If you get stuck while finding the perfect flowers for your floral gift, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Even when ordering flowers online, you can always pick up the phone and ask to speak to a professional florist. You might be surprised what ideas they have in mind when it comes to finding something a little different for Mom. Tell them you aren’t interested in the popular flowers this year, and see what else they might have to offer in the way of a mixed bouquet.

At the end of the day, just like any other thoughtful gift, if you put your heart into it, your mom will love the bouquet you send for her special day. Don’t forget to include a personal message, and she’ll be sure to love her Mother’s Day flower delivery.

Todd R. Brain

Beeraholic. Zombie fan. Amateur web evangelist. Troublemaker. Travel practitioner. General coffee expert. What gets me going now is managing jump ropes in Africa. Had a brief career working with Magic 8-Balls in Libya. Garnered an industry award while analyzing banjos in Prescott, AZ. Had moderate success promoting action figures in Pensacola, FL. Prior to my current job I was merchandising fatback in the aftermarket. Practiced in the art of importing gravy for no pay.

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