Secretary’s Day, or more properly Administrative Professionals Day, falls in 2010 on Wednesday April 21. Recognizing the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, and receptionists (those physically present, as well as those who work “virtually”) is something you probably do every work day, with a thank you and a smile of genuine appreciation. Administrative Professional’s Day is a wonderful opportunity, although an unofficial holiday, to acknowledge all the unsung administrative support professionals who do their best to ensure your work day is safe, smooth and productive.
What are the best flowers for Secretary’s Day?
Sending a message of gratitude and appreciation, you can’t go wrong with dark pink roses elegantly to express your thanks, without being a romantic overture. Order a delightful Pink Rose Bouquet with light pink alstroemeria from our recommended online florist now.
Hydrangeas also symbolize gratitude, and we would have recommended them except that two of the other meanings they carry are vanity, and frigidity. Neither is a message you want to send to one of your closest working colleagues, is it? Another alternative would be the sweet pea, but these are fragile blooms that don’t always hold up well to delivery.
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Finally, our recommended online florist (FlowersFast) offers same day delivery for the following “thank you” bouquets, provided you order before noon. The first is a Thank You Bouquet of orange gerbera daisies nestling amongst fuchsia carnations, lavender traditional daisies and white mini carnations, arranged in a designer vase inscribed with the words thank you. The second is the Many Thanks Bouquet in beautiful light pink shades, including roses, ranunculus, Gerbera daisies, and lilies, and complemented by white snapdragons and larkspur.
However you show your appreciation this Secretary’s Day, there’s really no better way than with a beautiful floral gift delivered to the office. Your administrative staff will appreciate your recognition of their efforts, and seeing a bright and colorful bouquet of flowers on display will lift their spirits and make them smile. You will be the best boss ever, as well as benefiting from increased morale and productivity.