Sometimes, a gift of flowers can be just what a person needs to make his or her day a better one. If you know someone who’s going through challenges, and you’d like to offer a bit of cheer, consider sending flowers.
Wondering what circumstances, exactly, warrant giving flowers as a gift? We think the following are great reasons to give flowers to someone you care about:
A Bad Day
If a family member or a friend has had a bad day, it can be a thoughtful gesture to give him or her flowers. Sometimes, those close to us have had it rough at work or at home. Maybe they’ve been overwhelmed with responsibilities or had a series of unfortunate events take place in their life. Sending flowers in cases like this can be perfect. We think happy flowers like sunflowers or daisies would be ideal.
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Do you know someone who has had one bad thing happen after another? Or, do you have a friend or relative who’s going through trying times that don’t seem like they’ll end anytime soon? Offer flowers in a situation like this. Something cheerful, but subtle, might do the trick like pretty pink tulips or white roses.
If someone you know has lost a loved one, send flowers to show you care and are thinking about that person’s wellbeing. Give flowers that convey a message of condolence, and maybe even send flowers known for their peaceful qualities. A modest bouquet of asters or chrysanthemums would be nice in an instance like this.
There are many more reasons that someone you care about might be going through a hard time, and most all of them can probably be helped or healed a bit with a thoughtful gift of flowers. Flowers, especially ones you’ve taken the time to choose yourself, are perfect for transmitting good energy and comforting feelings from one person to another.