Sending flowers as a gift is a beautiful sentiment but now comes the challenging part: the message on the card. What do you write?
We’ve all been there – when you write and re-write the message and it never comes out the way you want it to. It’s always a little too cheesy, a little too sappy or a little too plain.
Here are five creative message ideas to send with your gift bouquet.
Flowers for the Romantic
For the hopeless romantic, there’s no such thing as “too cheesy.”
If you have a date this weekend, send flowers a couple days before with a message that says “I couldn’t wait until this weekend to tell you I love you.”
This will not only say “I love you,” it’ll also say “I’m thinking about you and I can’t wait to see you.” Say it with flowers from our Love and Romance Collection!
Flowers for the Birthday Girl or Boy
Birthday flowers are a wonderful gift! If you’re sending fresh blooms to a close friend, why not have fun with your messaging? A card that says “May these flowers outlive the stress of another year older” will bring a smile to her face.
Flowers for Sympathy
When someone loses a friend or family member, finding the words to say can often be challenging. Sometimes the answer is just letting them know your support and love is there.
Flowers designed specifically for sympathy are always a thoughtful gift and can be perfectly paired with a message that says “Your loss cannot be repaired with flowers, but when you look at these blooms, please know that someone cares.”
Get Well Soon Flowers
Sometimes people get sick of hearing the same thing over and over again. If you’re sending flowers to wish someone a speedy recovery, try skipping the “get well soon” message and aim for something a little more lighthearted.
A quick message like “Laughter is the best medicine, so keep on smiling!” is the perfect way to let someone know you’re wishing them a quick recovery or that they get well soon.
Flowers for No Reason
Flowers for no reason are undoubtedly the best kind of flowers. Make someone smile with a simple card that reads “Just because.”
When you think about it, those two little words actually say so much more than what’s at face value. Why did the buyer buy flowers in the first place? It comes down to one thing; three words: “I love you.”
Flowers to Say I’m Sorry
You did it again. You pulled a bonehead move and now you’re sleeping on the couch. You’re in luck, because we have the solution: our Dog House Bouquet. This arrangement is specifically designed for angry wives and girlfriends. The best part? You can leave the wording to us!