All too often men (mostly) do not know what to send to their romantic interest, their partner, wife or significant other. Often the “safe choice” is a dozen roses. If we are in trouble then the safer choice is to two dozen roses! It seems that we (men) have this philosophy that the bigger the problem that we are trying to overcome, the more roses we tend to send!
In many instances the thought goes something like – “Eh, I don’t know a thing about flowers, all women like roses, don’t they?” That looks like a safe choice! Well the truth is that everyone loves receiving flowers and nobody will ever doubt the sincerity of the thought that goes along with a bouquet of roses. You thought about her! What could possibly be wrong with that?
There is nothing wrong with it! You can, however, do much better! Often times, for less money and with more of an emotional impact and with a deeper display of emotion and sensitivity. Take the time to educate yourself about flowers. Learn about different varieties and what is in season.
With time, if you send flowers often (and you should!), you will not be as boring! The question, the anticipation becomes “what flowers did he send me this time?”. When you surprise her a few times a year with a bouquet of red roses (in between other flowers), the flower has a deeper impact. You are no longer the guy that does not know a thing about flowers, you sent roses for a reason and they will mean so much more!
Take the time to learn about flowers. You don’t need to spend a whole long of time doing it. A few moments here and there on our website (www.starflor.com) will give you a great visual impact of what you may or may not like. Reading our blog from time to time will spring an idea forward.
What colors different flowers come in and what their seasons are… There are tulips, orchids, amaryllis, sunflowers, hydrangea, peonies and so much more… Learn about these blooms and send a surprise! Go to our website (www.starflor.com) and click on FLOWER ENCYCLOPDIA. You will not be the same old boring guy! You will be sensitive, understanding, interesting and a real hero! Try it once!
Here are a few more hints – now that I have your attention: Talk to the florist who will make the arrangement. Ask him/her for advice. Ask what came in today, what is really fresh.
Never send a “contrived” arrangement that looks like grandma’s favorite in a cute but overpriced container! Keep it simple. Only send flowers, stems, vase and water (nothing else). Make sure that you don’t mix too many colors and too many varieties in one arrangement. It becomes more expensive but “cheapens” the presentation. Mixed flowers are never as dramatic.
I have nothing against roses – they are an amazing bloom and you should keep them in your repertoire. Just don’t send them exclusively! If you sent roses last time, send a vase of purple orchids this time! Get creative with the message on the card and watch what happens! Let me know!!!!!