Sep 14

Making An Impression With Flowers

There are many different ways you can make an impression with flowers.  Some of them involve buying flowers for yourself, while others involve sending flowers.  Here are several ways of using flowers to really show off your personality.

Sending flowers to others obviously makes a huge impression on them.  Whether you’re sending the flowers as a birthday gift, a holiday gift, to congratulate them, or for another reason, the person receiving the flowers is sure to be touched by your thoughtfulness. 

Another way to make an impression with flowers is with your décor.  When someone walks into your home, a dazzling arrangement in the entryway can be an excellent way of greeting them.  You might also want to place fresh flowers on your dining room table or on your coffee table.  They add a splash of color no matter where you place them, and guests will often want to smell their wonderful scents.

Decorating with flowers at the office is another way of making an impression.  Many offices have a cold, unwelcoming atmosphere to them, especially offices with a rather bland color scheme.  Placing a bouquet of flowers in your waiting room or on your desk can help dispel that atmosphere and make your customers feel welcome.  This, in turn, will help keep them coming back again and again.

As you can see, it’s easy to make an impression with flowers just by placing them in a location where they will be seen.  However, be sure that the flowers still look good.  You’ll make the wrong impression with a bouquet of wilting, dried out flowers.  Your guests and customers will think you’re neglectful of your home or office, and they may wonder what else you neglect.  Keep the flowers fresh and you’ll make a great impression.

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