5 Reasons to Send June ’17

June isn’t the busiest holiday month, however, it still has its fair share of reasons to send. This month we look to honor some very important people, celebrate the official start to summer, and spread beauty. Every day brings a new start and a new day to be thankful for the ones we love. A great way to show that love is a beautiful bouquet of summer flowers.

Rose Month

Knockout, garden, tea, or spray: Each of these roses is beautiful in their own way. Roses come in so many different colors that it’s not hard to see why they are often the stars in floral arrangements. Take some time this month to visit your local florist and purchase a bouquet of roses for someone you love (or even yourself)!

D-Day- June 6th

June 6th, 1944 is a day that changed the course of history. Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy, France and began the long hard fight to victory. If you know any WWII veterans, send them a patriotic arrangement thanking them for their service or visit a local war memorial and leave flowers to honor our military, past and present.

National Making Life Beautiful Day- June 11th

Brighten someone’s day and help make it a little more beautiful by sending them flowers on National Making Life Beautiful Day. Sometimes it is the small gestures in life that make it beautiful.

Father’s Day- June 18th

Flowers for Father’s Day? You bet! If you’re really not sure about flowers for dad, try sending him a plant for the office or an awesome gift basket full of his favorite treats instead.

First Day of Summer- June 21st

Summer officially starts June 21st. Brighten up your home with a vase of flowers to bring the fun of summer indoors!

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Originally posted June 2, 2017 by  on Flowershopnetwork.com/blog.

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