You’ve decided to send flowers to a family member or loved one, but you’re not done just yet. At Teleflora, each floral arrangement has so many extra options that your job isn’t nearly complete when you’ve chosen the perfect bouquet. Once you pick your add-ons, the final product could look vastly different from the simple arrangement you selected initially. There are a few easy ways for you to enhance your order without breaking the bank.
Upgrade Your Bouquet
The fact that you are sending flowers to begin with will no doubt impress your recipient, but you should look into taking advantage of Teleflora’s great upgrades. Most of the time, going from a standard arrangement to a deluxe or even premium one only costs a little more, but your loved one will notice the differences instantly in all of our bouquets, centerpieces and floral arrangements. By upgrading bouquets, you are adding either more plants or other tasteful items to your floral arrangement that the recipient will definitely appreciate.
Accessorize Your Flowers
There are plenty of little things you can do to make sure whoever receives your flowers knows that you put plenty of thought behind the gesture. Start by looking into all of the options Teleflora has to accessorize our floral arrangements. These can make a big difference when you’re sending flowers to a friend or family member for a special occasion. Add a mylar balloon to a birthday or get well flower arrangement. Match the color to the type of flower you are sending or opt for the recipient’s favorite color. If you are sending flowers for a romantic occasion or as a gift, consider adding a box of chocolates or stuffed animal.
When in Doubt, Wrap It
Send a plant to your home and then boost the presentation by adding gift wrapping. Most people think of wrapped up items as gifts. By wrapping your plant, you’ll give the gift that extra touch that shows you really care. They’ll get excited the moment they lay eyes on it! Teleflora’s “Sweet as a Daisy” can evolve into a holiday present for a teacher with the simple addition of adding wrapping paper, place a pencil in the soil and have your child glue a handmade card to the pencil. In its terra-cotta pot, the long-lasting plant would look nice anywhere in the classroom.