Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Celebrate Back to School With Flowers

It’s that time of year again! We can hardly believe how quickly the summer has flown by. It’s time for kindergartners to climb the steps of that big yellow bus for the very first time leaving proud teary eyed parents behind; for college freshmen to move in and be on their own for the first time in their life leaving proud and teary eyed parents behind; for the high school senior to walk through the double doors for their last first day of school. Back to school is such a joyful and anxious time for students, parents, and even teachers. We want to help you celebrate life’s little moment with flowers.

For the parents sending their little ones off to school for the very first time who have lovingly packed their first sack lunch and made sure all 100 Crayola colors are available, let them know you’re thinking of them on this bittersweet day by sending them flowers. For parents sending their not so little ones off to college for the first time, helping them set up their dorm rooms, meeting their roommate, and navigating where their classes will be before driving home to an empty nest, send them a gorgeous bouquet to let them know how happy you are for them. Bright, fragrant blooms in their house will help stave off the loneliness as they adjust in the first few weeks without their baby.

For parents of students who seem to have grown up much too fast, we recommend our Wildflower Mix bouquet. This stunning arrangement of Sunflowers, Queen Annes Lace, blue thistle, liatrice, and limonium arrives in a beautiful ceramic vase bringing all of the colors of and fragrances of a meadow into the home and heart of your recipient.

While you’re browsing West Los Angeles’ premier florist’s website, searching for bouquets to send to these proud parents, don’t forget about the students. Sending a small bouquet for that kindergartner is the perfect way to say how proud of them you are and to remind them how exciting and fun school is going to be. Let the new freshman in your life know how much they’re loved as the begin to fight off homesickness by brightening their dorm with a gorgeous Peachtree Petals arrangement. Research has proven that just by having flowers in your home can reduce stress and increase endorphin creating a sense of happiness and calm, just what these new students needs.

The Big Hug bouquet is perfect to send a big hug to students of all ages as they head back to school. This bouquet is truly adorable. Available in three different size options, recipients of the Big Hug bouquet will feel you giving them a squeeze when they receive it. Featuring a six inch teddy bear hugging a pale green ceramic case, your recipient will receive the perfect expression of love with lavender Peruvian Lilies, magenta Mini Carnations, and verdant greens.

Lastly, we can’t forget about the teachers who work tirelessly to make the school year a success for our students. Teachers are often overlooked in the back to school process but without them we would not have cause for celebration. Send your favorite teacher our Smile Bouquet. This dazzling arrangement of huge sunflower blooms with solidago greens and a clear glass vase will put a smile on the face of every teacher who receives it and will brighten their classrooms and their days.

West Los Angeles florist, Peachtree Petals, delights in assisting you in selecting the perfect arrangement to send to parents, teachers, and students as the back-to-school season is under full swing. As you browse our website, if you are unable to find the exact style of arrangement you would like, our florists would be happy to create something just for you. With over 35 years of combined experience, our talent florists enjoy creating unique bouquets that will surely bring a smile the faces of recipients. Peachtree Petals specializes in special occasion flowers for occasions such as this as well as birthdays, Valentine’s Day, weddings, and more. From wedding corsages to gourmet gift baskets, Peachtree has everything you could need in a florist.

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