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Flower Delivery to Nashville TN: Getting Your Spring Bloom on with Flower Delivery in Nashville TN

With winter slowly fading into the background, the time has come to prepare for spring and all its glories. It can sometimes be hard to wake up from a cold slumber but bring in some fresh cut flowers, and the mood instantly changes. One of the great things about spring is the fact that some of the most beautiful flowers out there come into bloom. What better way to surprise friends, family, and spouses than with a spring-themed floral bouquet? Not only are flowers great for the special people in our lives, but they also make great decorative pieces too.

To help you prepare for spring, this article covers:

* Popular spring flowers
* Popular spring holidays and special occasions
* How to send your flowers

Popular Spring Flowers

Whether you know about flowers are not, here are popular spring flowers that make exceptional floral bouquets and arrangements.

Freesia – Named after botanist Friedrich H.T. Freese, the freesia, is a flower that symbolizes friendship and trust. You can pick from white, yellow, red, purple, or pink.

Tulip – Are you looking to surprise someone you love with flowers? The tulip is a popular spring flower representing perfect and pure love. If you are looking to send tulips to someone you admire, purple tulips represent loyalty.

Lilac – The flower lilac is named for its light purple color; however, there are different colors of the flower that symbolize separate meanings. For example, a white lilac symbolizes purity, while the violet represents spirituality, and blue means happiness and humility.

Daisies – Symbolizing innocence and purity, the daisies meaning comes from Celtic folklore. It also symbolizes parenthood and childbirth.

Daffodils – Whether you are looking to welcome winter in your own home, or help someone you know to welcome it, the daffodil is a flower that symbolizes rebirth and fresh starts.

Hyacinths – Nothing smells quite as sweet as that of a hyacinth. This bell-shaped flower is one that represents sincerity. If you are looking to acknowledge someone who has suffered a loss, or death, hyacinth would be a great flower to send them.

Pansy – The pansy is one flower that is a sign that spring is in the air. The flower gets its name from the French word, “penser,” which means to think. If you want to let a friend or family member know you are thinking of them, a pansy floral bouquet would be a great floral choice.

Trillium – A elegant and straightforward meaning, the trillium symbolizes elegance. If you are looking to add a splash of white to your arrangement, the trillium would be recommended.

Peony – Shower someone you know and care about with a flower symbolizing good fortune, compassion, and romance. This beautiful and voluptuous flower can give volume to any floral arrangement.

Camelia – If you have a colleague or someone you know whom you admire, the camellia is a flower symbolizing admiration. With the camellia, you can choose between white, pink, and red.

Forget-me-not – The name says it all, this blue with yellow flower is one that represents memories and true love. When one gives a bouquet of forget-me-nots, it means that the giver does not want the recipient to forget them or that they remember them.

There are plenty of more spring flowers that you can choose from; however, these are some of the most popular and commonly sent flowers to friends and family.

One thing to keep in mind when sending flowers is that many flowers come in different colors. Depending on what and why you want to send flowers, you should also consider the color of the flower you are sending. The last thing you want to do is send a flower that means something entirely different than what you intended.

Popular Spring Holidays and Special Occasions

With spring fast approaching, you may want to start considering and planning for flowers to send friends and family. Here is a list of major spring holidays you may want to mark in your calendar to not forget about!

Mother’s Day – This day is one that varies from country to country – but regardless, it is one that takes place during spring. Popular Mother’s Day flowers to choose from include roses, lilies, orchids, and tulips.

Easter – This Christian holiday is often celebrated with the gifting of flowers to friends and family, but also for decoration. One way of celebrating Eater through flowers is by giving a bouquet featuring tulips, daffodils, and daisies. Yellow is a popular Easter flower color.

Cinco de May – You can visit any family that is celebrating Cinco de Mayo, and there is a great chance that their centerpiece is a large multicolored floral arrangement. This is a day where some of the most obscene and unusual colors become popular. For example, blues, multi-color or two-tones, bouquets featuring colors of the rainbow, the options are endless!

Father’s Day – While Father’s Day technically happens on June 21, it is close enough to spring! While dads are known for being men of few words, it doesn’t mean you can’t surprise them with flowers. What some people don’t know is that the rose is the official flower for Father’s Day, while the carnation is the official flower for Mother’s Day.

How to Send Your Flowers

Once you’ve selected your floral arrangement, there are a few things you need to do before you can place your flora order. To begin with your FloraQueen flower order, you are going to need:

* Mailing information – Make sure you have the name and address of the recipient. Are you sending the flowers to their home or to their workplace? If they live in an apartment or a multi-unit building, make sure you identify the unit and the person’s name.
* Contact number – Though you don’t have to provide a phone number, including it in the floral order can help ensure that if there are any issues, the florists can reach someone.

Floral bouquets, no matter how big or small, can help us express what we may sometimes struggle to express to those we care about. Remember, you don’t have to break the bank with your floral arrangement – what matters is that you remembered and thought about the recipient.

What are the best-selling flowers in Nashville:

  • Subtle Freshness: Roses and Lilies
  • Ice Cream: Chrysanthemums and Roses
  • Peach Flavour: Lilies and Roses
  • In Harmony: Roses and Callas
  • Innocent Love: Lilies and Roses

Why should I choose FloraQueen for a Nashville flower delivery?

There is a lot of choice of online flower delivery services on the Internet. We offer a flexible service that takes the complexity out of international flower delivery. With a network of expert florists in many countries around the world as well as our centres In Europe, the US and around the world, we are able to offer that rare mix of the best quality flowers with an easy and fast delivery system. If you want more than just flowers we also have an extensive range of gifts and add-ons to make your order even better.

Can I send flowers to Nashville with FloraQueen?

Yes, we do send flowers to Nashville. You can also attach a greeting card to the bouquet!

Can I send the flowers to po box?

Unfortunately not, in this case our agents will ask you to provide a physical address in order to complete your delivery.

How do i order flowers for the funeral?

Make sure to mark the flowers are for the funeral (second step of ordering process). This will help us to manage your order in more efficient way and make sure flowers will arrive as requested. Please also provide us with a telephone number to call and exact date time of ceremony. You can use special requests box for additional information. Special request will be forwarded to the florist and will help to complete your order.

Can i order by telephone or email?

The safest and most efficient way to order is via our website, for this reason we do not accept orders by email or telephone.

Do you offer same day delivery?

Yes, we work directly with local florists in Nashville, just around the corner from the delivery address. We can accept same day delivery almost everywhere. The cut off time for same day delivery does vary for each country and time zone, and you will be advised during the buying process if it is not possible. In this case delivery date will not be available in the calendar.

Do the flowers come with the vase?

A vase is not included in the price unless specified in the product description. If you would like your flowers to be delivered in a vase please make sure to add the product in a second step the buying process.

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