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Tips for Sending Flowers Just Because

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Tips for sending flowers just because

We often associate flower deliveries with birthdays, anniversaries, and similar celebrations. What we don't always consider right away is the option of sending flowers for no particular reason at all. Why wait for a certain day to spoil somebody you love? When sending flowers just because, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

Firstly, take note of the relationship you have with the recipient. If you are sending flowers to your mother-in-law, for instance, you wouldn't want to send a romantic red bouquet. On the other hand, if your partner or spouse is on the receiving end, a bunch of red roses would be perfect.

Another good point to keep in mind is that you should never expect feedback. If you have confirmation from the florist that the flowers were successfully delivered to the recipient, you should wait for the recipient to contact you. Do not call them because it might come across as though you are looking for a pat on the back or you might want something in return. Wait for them to call you.

Remember, a special note will also go a long way. When you send flowers just because, you should let the recipient know who sent them. Your florist will include a card and, even if you order flowers online, you will still be able to add your personal message. Make sure that you address the recipient, write a special message, and include your name at the bottom.

Finally, don't forget that you can also send extras like chocolates, a bottle of bubbly, balloons, or a number of other gifts along with your fresh flowers. If you want to really spoil the recipient, these extra gifts will make your flower delivery even more impressive.

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