As you ring in the new year with high hopes, lofty dreams and the requisite resolutions, here is one resolution that’s easy to keep: Spread Some Happiness. Make 2018 the year you say “I love you” more often — in person verbally, in writing or with flowers across the miles or down the block.
The bloomstoday.com Winter Collection is a very special selection of floral arrangements that can replace the winter blues with enchanting affection, warm wishes and cheerful messages. Speaking of blues, this is a terrific time for deep, rich, cobalt blue in between the red and green themes of late last year and upcoming red and white Valentine’s Day colors. Blue is both a passive and a vibrant color that emits happiness, peace and harmony.
Oceanside Garden is a gorgeous bouquet of white lilies, yellow roses, blue delphiniums, white alstroemeria and multiple greenery stems
Beautiful in Blue combines some serious creamy roses and white lilies with exquisite blue hydrangea, whimsical white daisies, alstroemeria and some charming sprigs of eucalyptus
Green is the most popular natural color on the planet, and fresh greenery that lasts all year may be just the ticket to send your own long-lasting affection. The Classic Peace Lily Plant is a low maintenance house plant with lovely white flowers and sturdy, rich green leaves. A European Dish Garden delivers emotion in a sweet woven basket stuffed with a variety of happy green plants.
The big splash of color comes in the 24 Multi-Color Roses and Vibrant Garden Bouquet, among others, and the sweetest emotions may be the ones that include the special pewter-like cross or angel ornament. The Florist’s Choice bouquet is a surprise to everyone, as a professional florist personally selects the freshest blossoms in stock and arranges them in a bouquet of color, texture and greenery that is as unique as you and your recipient.
Whatever floral bouquet you choose, send something often and spread the happiness all year long to your friends, colleagues, family members, neighbors, first responders and all who enhance your life in special ways.
By Joanne M. Anderson