Having a Great Meeting with Your Wedding Florist

When you run a business, is all money good in your books? This probably sounds like a pretty strange question, because the purpose in business is to make money right? But where each business draws the line in the sand is their choice. Recently I’ve heard of businesses declining working with same sex couples, other businesses refuse work on Valentine’s Day, some will not take on events during the Christmas/New Year period as so many growers shut over the holidays so stock is hard to come by. Each to his own I say.

When I was growing up, the old adage of never discussing religion, politics and money at a dinner party, seemed to be pretty sensible. In many ways, this decorum should also apply in business, after all, if a client wants us to decorate a chuppah, an Orthodox Church, or an arbour in a garden, what bearing should our personal views have?


Like every other business in the world, all sorts of briefs are going to land on your table. Truthfully, the amount of times I’ve been handed a bunch of blue dyed orchids, and thought….what on earth am I going to create with these 😂  is more than I care to count. My personal view is that I am a designer, I am given a brief, and I execute that brief. Flowers choices aside, there are some scenarios or situations with the (ahem) ‘group’ dynamic that could perhaps influence a decision in taking on work. Like any relationship, communication with your vendors is so incredibly important. Both parties must feel they are able to work well together, that they are on the same page and that there is a mutual respect. Here are a few tips to getting the most out of your meeting.

  • If you have a budget- BE HONEST!

We all have a budget to work with in life, it’s a reality of the daily grind. If you have a non-negotiable budget the best conversation to have with your suppliers is one that lays this on the table, so they best understand what scope they have to work with. Let’s be real- your can’t have champagne on a beer budget.

Gorgeous candelabra table setting

  • Have your decision makers present

To have a productive meeting with your vendors it is imperative you have the decision makers present. Meeting your suppliers, getting that initial impression, building a rapport, and having a discussion that includes the vital players is the only way everyone can be on the same page. By the same token, having people there who are not vital to the process can be very distracting. The conversation can travel to too many places, and too many opinions can leave everyone confused.  Heard the saying ‘Too many chefs spoil the broth’? This is certainly the case when conceptualising with, or briefing your suppliers. Whilst it is a very exciting time for many members of the family, there may be other times throughout the planning process that you can utilise the many hands that make light work.

  • Schedule your meetings as and when you are ready to make decisions

There is a lot to organise in a wedding, but there is also a natural progression to ticking off the tasks. Have you decided on the date? Have you booked the venue? These are the very first things you need to decide upon before thinking about anything else.

Once you date has been decided, your flower choices are determined according to season. Does that mean you are now ready to meet with a florist? No. A wedding florist will generally provide a colour consultation free of charge, but the cost of sitting down with each client can be costly to a business if the meetings multiply or if meetings do not result in decision making.

If you want to get an idea of prices before you are ready to make design/concept decisions, Florist with Flowers has a Price Guide online that you can check out here.

Have your bridal gown, as well as any bridesmaids gowns purchased/ordered so that your florist knows what colour palette he/she will be working with.  If you could also have suit/tie/accessories worked out, it helps your consultant get the whole picture.

  • When things change- keep your vendors in the loop

Life rarely goes according to plan, things do change and everyone understands that. Just bear in mind that your vendors decline other work based on your booking, and the work involved in your brief. When reductions are required, give your vendors plenty of notice. Major reductions are usually not accepted closer to the wedding day as there is little chance the vendor will be able to recoupe the income will additional work. Booking deposits are generally non refundable.

Getting married or planning a large event is an exciting time. To have the best experience it is important to choose quality suppliers, be prepared to make compromises when your budget does not match your vision, and to communicate with all parties to make sure you don’t assume something is understood, but has been left unspoken.




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What is an Order Gatherer and How Do They Affect the Floral Industry

What do YOU do when you want to send flowers to an unfamiliar area? Like most people you probably type something into google and pick the first (relevant) option, right?

Beware! The first few results are paid ads that sit at the top of the page by order gatherers. The problem with that is that these third party businesses are set up with the sole purpose of aggressively promoting the hire/sale of the goods/services you are seeking, with the intention to broker your business to local companies for fulfilment. This all happens for a fixed processing fee and commission….but this is not adequately explained when you make your purchase with them.

This isn’t something confined to our industry, this kind of thing is present in every industry on some level I’m sure- I’ve experienced it myself when hiring a car. The issue for florists however is that when you accept and fulfil orders from these so called ‘order gatherers’ you are never able to present your work in the best light. This is because the customer has paid a commission to the order gatherer, on top of the delivery and handling fee. What is left, (a fraction of the customers total spend) is all the executing florist can create the arrangement with. Can they do a $100 arrangement with $60 worth of flowers? As a customer do you think you would be satisfied with that arrangement considering what you have spent?

Flower fails from order gatherer

The customer often has selected a picture from a catalogue and therefore has expectations that the order will look like that on the other end. These catalogues tend to be fairly generic, and do not take into account each florists unique style, or what stock is available to them. This varies greatly, particularly in remote and rural areas. Often substitutions have to be made based on what they have in store, or what is in season.

Order gatherers are sneaky. They have domain names that sound like a little family business using a person’s name in the title like ‘Joanne’s Juicy Blooms’. This conjures up images of a cute little bricks and mortar corner store style set up. The reality is NO STORE even exists. They use names that include the suburb or city you are searching for…surely that means you have gone directly to a local business right? Wrong. They are savvy, and they rely on people making assumptions and being complacent or confused…

Order gatherers give you the impression they are a real store, but they are not.

Look, I’m not sure whether we need order gathers…but perhaps the biggest issue is the feeling that these companies seem to be misleading consumers rather than disclosing all relevant information. If the consumer is fully aware of all the costs and commission amounts that will be deducted from their total spend before the arrangement can be made, AND understand that the order will be forwarded to a local business with no guarantee that the order can be fuflfilled as pictured, then I see no issue. At this point though, order gatherers do not make it easy for the consumer to see what value of their order will actually be translated into flowers.

Many businesses have begun distancing themselves from relay services and order gatherers as they feel they are having a detrimental affect of the industry. Instead they are developing their own floral networks throughout the country so that local businesses can execute the work with integrity.

Florist With Flowers is your local Carlingford florist, we deliver locally and to surrounding areas our own, fresh product.

We do offer relay services and can guide you in your choices when sending flowers elsewhere, explaining what costs are involved in that service.

As a local family run business we rely on word of mouth by providing you with quality fresh flowers and great customer service.

Each order that we execute is potentially our first introduction to a new customer. That means of course we want to put our best foot forwards does every small business, so where possible try to order direct. Shop small. Support small.

Fwf x

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The Cost of Imports

When I first entered the floristry industry, imported flower varieties were really only just taking off despite flowers being brought into the country for some 45 years. In those days you were paying premium prices for the stock, which was coming into the country in pretty small numbers, and the quality was hit and miss. The industry was in the midst of a major change back then. Wages and environmental factors as well as a market saturated with some lines was making it hard for Australian growers to survive. Many made the decision to leave the industry over the last couple of decades, while others adapted.

Imported Kenyan roses
An imported Kenyan rose. Source: Bagala Bros

Imported flowers have always had some risk as it is largely unregulated….and it’s BIG business. ABC reports that approximately $67 million worth of flowers are imported every year from Columbia, Ecuador, Kenya, Singapore and other destinations.

Last year, after the 2017 review found less than half of imported flowers complied with environmental safeguards, the Federal Government announced they would increase our biosecurity measures. These steps would include the flowers being fumigated in their country of origin before being shipped here. This would add costs to the imported stock, and in turn impact the product shelf life. Even now, stock arriving from South America can be over a week old before it arrives on the florist shop floor.

Harry's Wholesale Nursery imports 70% of the stock for their business
Harry and Stephen Papadopoulos from Harry’s Wholesale Nursery import 70% of the stock for their business. Source: ABC

So why do Aussies continue to import stock rather than use local products? Well, the answer is simple. As Harry Papadopoulos of Harry’s Wholesale Nusery puts it : “What we import are only the flowers that our clients demand and that aren’t available here, locally or interstate in Australia.”

The ABC reports that Perth based Florist Matthew Landers believes social media has paid a big part in this. Consumers see what they want, and if it is not available locally we are often able to import it.

The Papadopoulos family believe adding the extra biosecurity measures is unnecessary, and by implementing these changes, the stock quality will suffer. Harry’s Wholesale Nursery is a business that imports approximately 70% of its stock, any changes to our biosecurity systems will affect their business greatly.

Local rose grower Joe Nati
Joe Nati of Nati Roses, grows his roses locally and says any changes made to the biosecurity systems for imported flowers may have a positive affect of his business. Source: ABC News

Local roses businesses such as Nati Roses, have been growing their own roses for generations. For the most part, they grow old fashioned varieties of roses, that open all the way up, and are scented. This is what sets his business apart from the imports. As a local business he is also able to ensure his stock is fresh, and in most cases, what you buy today was picked the day before. He hopes that the rising costs of imports will be good news for his business. Along with other growers he would also like to see a Country of Origin labelling system brought in.

So what is the answer? Bernard Pollack of Pearsons Florist believes that local and imported stock needs to somehow coexist. Availability, quality, and quantity greatly affects why we need all options on the table. From an environmental stand point, it certainly would be better to utilise what we can produce ourselves. Aesthetically however, sometimes we cannot achieve what we need to artistically with the stock on hand. Event work, as well as Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day put great pressure on us to source great quality produce, in vast numbers and sometimes that just isn’t possible from our small pond.  And for a small business, we certainly understand the value of local, community support….but what happens if your business survival depends on offering the imports?

Love to hear your thoughts

Fwf X

Feature Image by Ivan Kashinsky via Smithsonian Magazine

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Three Tips When Choosing Mother’s Day Castle Hill Flower Delivery Tips

Mothers and flowers share qualities of beauty and uniqueness. There is no better way to express your unconditional love to the woman who brought you into this world by sending her a lovely bouquet of flowers on Mother’s Day. But if this is your first time sending your beloved mum flowers, your goal is to discover the best Mother’s Day flowers that money can buy.

In this article, we are sharing some tips on picking the perfect Mother’s Day flowers online.


  • Pick out her favourite flowers

You should already be familiar with what your mum’s favourite blooms are. You can ask for a florist and flower delivery service in Castle Hill to create a stunning flower arrangement that features all of her favourite flowers.


  • Flowers in a vase

A flower arrangement in a vase is an elegant and classy show of affection for your mum. Requesting for same-day flower delivery in a vase instead of a bouquet will make it extra special as your mother will definitely find the vase useful. She can use it as centerpiece on the dining table or install it in the bedroom or night table. Flower arrangements on a vase last longer, too!


  • Pick a flower that complements your home’s interior design

Another sweet and thoughtful Mother’s Day idea is to purchase flowers that match your home’s interiors. Mothers are practical, so don’t expect your mum to simply stare at the flowers you ordered for her.   She will find a space in your home where she can display her Mother’s Day gift. To make things easier for her, find blooms that match or complement the design or colour motif of your home. Ideally, look at the existing design and colour of your mother’s dining table. For instance, if the dining room is red, you can either purchase red roses or white carnations for a classy and timeless finish.
Image of red roses for mother's day, Image by Florist with Flowers

For more Mother’s Day flower ideas, you may visit us here. If you wish to order flowers from a reputable florist, give us a call on 02 9871 1666.

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Unique and Fresh Tips for Mother’s Day Flowers in Sydney Shoppers

Show your mother how much you love her by ordering Mother’s Day flowers online. If you don’t have the time to shop at the mall for a Mother’s Day gift, take advantage of Mother’s Day flower delivery online. Ordering from reputable Sydney-based florists with positive online presence is advantageous in that you can choose from a wide variety of arrangements at affordable price rates.

This article will serve as your guide on picking the best Mother’s Day flowers & gifts online.


  • Pick a unique flower arrangement for your mum

If you want to deviate from sending traditional Mother’s Day flowers, consider picking out a bouquet made from succulents instead. This out-of-the-box gift idea will surely be appreciated by your mother as succulents are both beautiful and useful, too! Instead of throwing out flowers after a few days, succulents can be nurtured for many months, or even years to come.


  • Consider buying edible flowers and fruits

A unique Mother’s Day flower gift idea is to choose blossoms of beautiful fruits that can be grown and transferred to the soil. For instance, you may opt for a flower arrangement that includes strawberries and their blossoms. Not only will they look beautiful on top of the dinner table, but the blossoms will eventually flourish whilst the fruit can be used for desserts.


  • Sunflower bouquet for Mother’s Day

Freshly-cut sunflowers are a bright and refreshing Mother’s Day flower idea that you should consider buying. If your mum does not like roses, sending her a sunflower bouquet is a sweet option you should choose. To add an innovative touch, you can ask your florist to combine sunflowers with other vibrant-coloured blooms such as Tithonia, feverfew, rosemary sprigs, and amaranth. This flower arrangement will surely brighten her day.

Image of beautiful carnation flower, Image by Florist with Flowers

If your mother has a sweet tooth, you may also request the florist to add a box of chocolates to the delivery. To discover more cheerful Mother’s Day flower arrangements, visit us here. For enquiries, you may call us on +02 9871 1666 today.

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3 Refreshingly Unique Mother’s Day Flowers Ideas in Cheltenham

Do you need assistance choosing the perfect flowers to send on Mother’s Day? This special occasion only comes once a year, which makes it extremely important to pick an exquisitely beautiful flower arrangement for the most important woman in your life. If this is your first time to send flowers on Mother’s Day, you will need these tips when shopping from online florists in Cheltenham.



  • Send a bouquet of untamed beauties


If sending red roses seem like a boring idea to you, choose unique and beautiful wildflowers instead. The majority of wildflowers are colourful, vibrant, and fragrant, too! Ask your florist about wildflowers that come in your mother’s favourite colour. To make the arrangement more memorable, combine an assortment of wild flower varieties with green leaves or petals and put it in a vase.

Examples of beautiful wild flowers are Baby Blue Eyes, Celandine, Corn Flower, Gold Yarrow, and Iceland Poppy.



  • Consider choosing a floral monogram wreath arrangement


If you want your gift to catch the attention of your mum but of the entire family, a creative idea for a flower arrangement will go a long way. Instead of ordering traditional flower bouquets online, ask your florist if they can create a floral monogram wreath arrangement for you. You can get an assortment of your mum’s favourite blooms and have them arranged to form her first name initial. Your mother will show her appreciation of your gift by placing it on the dining table as centerpiece.



  • Say I love you with succulents


If your mother loves growing plants instead of flowers, you may consider ordering a succulent arrangement. Choose different succulent species so she can then transfer them to her planter or garden after Mother’s Day!

Image of Pink Chrysanthemums, Image by Florist with Flowers
To check out more Mother’s Day flowers inspirations and ideas, visit us here. If you want to schedule a Mother’s Day flower delivery anywhere in Cheltenham, give us a call on 02 9871 1666 today.

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Are Aussies UNDERWHELMING Their Loved Ones on Valentine’s Day

Have you ever wondered if your other half lives under a rock come Valentine’s Day? Are you the only one in your friendship circle being overlooked at this time of year? Well,  in reality, you are far from alone. It seems that the Australian Valentine’s Day is the lite version of what other parts of the world enjoy.

So whilst there will be a influx of loved up pics of coupledom this week to scroll through on Instagram, do not feel left out. According to ME banks Love and Money survey, 81% of Aussies believe it is the thought that counts, and only 56% intend on celebrating Valentine’s Day this year. You may see more gestures of love than gifts on your IG feed, maybe a snap of a home cooked meal, or a walk along the beach and a bouquet from the local florist.

Love hearts.
Love heart cross stitch anyone? Source: Amazon

It also seems that love (or at least the gestures of love) fade as we age, with the 18-24 group spending up big on the days celebrations.

That in itself kind of makes me sad….how about you?

Valentine's Day gift ideas for those who have been married long term

We all know youth is beauty, and the younger versions of ourselves probably did fall head over heels far too quickly, declaring our undying love to the world within the first 10minutes. But as I age I find that there is something so attractive about people in their 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s who have such a strong sense of identity and who have truly learned to love and value themselves. And isn’t confidence the most attractive thing?

What a shame it is that as we get older, people assume that the frivolities of a day such as Valentine’s Day are wasted. Doesn’t everyone love to feel loved and appreciated, desired, and adored? With our life experience we are better equipped to truly appreciate a partner’s efforts however small. And I bet we are also better at making our partner feel special and tailoring our efforts to their personality far better than our younger days also.

Older generations and love

I want to set you all a challenge: if your partner has stood by you through the hard times, the sad times, enjoyed and celebrated your success and giggled with you along the way, show them that it has not gone unnoticed. This isn’t to suggest you pick the biggest and most ostentatious gift or bunch of fresh cut flowers you can find on Thursday. I truly do believe it is the thought that counts. Choose well, give some thought to what they love. Write a heartfelt card message detailing the things you love about them.

And even if Valentine’s Day isn’t usually a day you celebrate, throw caution to the wind, get carried away in the spirit of it all. If you would like to chat to one of our amazing staff call 02) 9871-1666 otherwise you can check out our Valentine’s Day menu here. We will of course have a variety of fresh cut flowers, bouquets and arrangements made up for purchase on the day, so you can head in store to choose something special.

Enjoy lovers 😉

Fwf x

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Valentine’s Day Is Coming- Don’t Miss Your Opportunity For Love

With one week to go until Valentine’s Day, it may come as a surprise to you, but florists are already starting to get busy and working extended hours behind the scenes.

For many florists, Valentine’s Day falls at the tail end of Chinese New Year celebrations, so don’t be surprised if your usually fresh faced peppy florist is looking a little worse for wear. Some of us are running on pure adrenaline, maybe with a little help from our friends coffee Cola or another source of energy 😉

That says ‘rose’ right? That seems like an appropriate thing for a florist to say right? 😉Source: Great Memorable Quotes.

Over my career in floristry I have been blessed to work for pretty awesome small businesses (and big businesses), with great management teams in place and strong organisational skills. When I was hearing stories of some of my floristry classmates working 24 hours straight, I was almost embarrassed to admit I had gone home and had at least 8 hours sleep before another round.

It may sound crazy but this can be a reality for many in the industry. And rather than this be a sob story, this is written simply to illustrate what our world can look like at this time of year and how that effects the way we work.

Like many industries working with fresh products, time is of the essence. And much like a wedding, birthday or funeral for that matter, on Valentine’s Day, you really have to deliver the goods on time. Like, sending Valentine’s Day flowers on February 15th isn’t really going to fly, if you get my drift 😉 That means, that the goods have got to be ready, right? And so next week your local florist will be working like a machine to make sure all those fresh flower deliveries are ready for Valentine’s Day, even if that means working through the night.

Market fresh roses
Flowers fresh from the market. Source: Starting with A.

In this week leading up to Valentine’s Day there are many other jobs that require attention. Have we received an adequate number of sundry items to fulfil the orders? Can we pre make the boxes, line them with our signature wrapping, and neatly stack them somewhere? Can we start making decorative ribbons? Can we soak floral foam and have containers filled ready to work in? Don’t forget all those boxed roses come with individual phials of water..better start filling them up too.

What about the pile of orders building up in the Valentine’s Day tray? Every single order has a card message on it…and for most small businesses, these messages are still hand written….so we try to stay on top of the pile as best as we can.

You can generally still order flowers for Valentines Day right up until the day, however my advice to anyone who wishes to order is to get in as early as you can.


Well, for a small business, we have to order our stock some weeks in advance, and once it is sold, it is sold. The reality is it is unlikely we will be able to secure more of the same products closer to the day as it is often already allocated to another business.

Bouquet of a dozen red roses
A dozen fresh red roses, a beautiful gift for Valentine’s Day. Shop our Valentine’s Day range.

Similarly, once a delivery run is full, an area will need to be closed off. Drivers can only physically deliver a certain amount of orders in any one day within the time constraints of office hours, or at a reasonable time at home addresses. What is the sense of biting off more than you can chew? If you overload a driver it is unlikely he will be able to deliver, and as a consequence, your business does not deliver in EVERY sense to your customer.

Its not too late to order, in fact, now is the perfect time….check out our Valentine’s Day range here.

Fwf x

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Will You Accept This Rose…?

How have we already got through the first month of the year? If, like me, this has taken you by surprise, I hate to be the one to break it to you, but we only have 2 weeks until Valentine’s Day. That probably seems like a reasonable amount of time to order a bunch of fresh flowers, and you know what, you’re right. This years Valentine’s Day menu is live, and you can find it right here.

Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day celebrations tend to be BIGGER, when the day falls during the work week. Now, why do you suppose that is? 🤔🤔🤔 Not only do you get the appreciation of your lover, but somehow, you also manage to earn the admiration of their colleagues and friends as well.

Impressing your love interests friends and family sits pretty high up on the list of things to do in a new relationship. But even those in long term relationships know that the road to love is a lot smoother when those closest to you ‘approve’ of your choices in love and life.

So what will it be?

Are you going to keep it simple with a single Rose?

Struck by love single boxed red rose
A simple single rose is a gorgeous gesture

Make a statement about your feelings with an extravagant bouquet of either 50,or 100 roses?

Extravagant bouquets of red roses. Choose 50 or 100 stems
Choose between 50 and 100 stems of gorgeous red roses to make the most enviable and extravagant bouquet 😍

Are you a stickler for tradition?

A traditional Valentine's Day gift is one dozen long stemmed red roses. Presentation boxes allow them to be delivered safely, arriving without damage
A traditional Valentine’s Day gift is one dozen long stemmed red roses. Presentation boxes allow them to be delivered safely, arriving without damage

Valenine’s Day is an extremely busy time of year for all florists, so these are some things you should keep in mind:

  • Order early if you have something specific in mind
  • Valentine’s Day menus are designed to ensure quality products and delivery services can be provided on what is the busiest single day on the florist calendar.
  • Order directly with the Florist so you can guarantee that what you are choosing is something they can fulfil. Ask for shop recommendations if you are ordering in an unfamiliar area.
  • Be realistic regarding deliveries. Valentine’s Day is extremely busy, so delivery runs are worked out in a logical fashion, and according to area. Specific time frames can not be promised or guaranteed.

Want to to try something a little different this year for Valentine’s Day? What about teaming your fresh bunch of roses, with rose petal confetti, and this Rose infused taste sensations 🌹 🍸

I found this Rose Petal Cocktail on The Flavor Bender and it can be made with or without alcohol.

Blushing Ginger Fizz from the Flavor Bender
Blushing Gin Fizz. Image and Recipe source: The Flavor Bender

What you’ll need:

2 fluid ounces rose syrup

1 fluid ounce strained lemon juice

1 fluid ounce ginger juice (can be substituted for ginger beer or ginger ale)

Club soda/soda water to top

Edible flowers to garnish

2 fluid ounces Gin or Vodka (if you want to make it a cocktail instead of a mocktail 😉)


What you need to do:

Place ice in your glass.

Pour rose syrup, lemon juice, ginger juice, (and your choice of alcohol if applicable) over the top

Top with Soda, and garnish 🌺


Now let’s face it…if you’ve recived a thoughtful fresh flower order, or gift, a personally scripted card, a meal (whether made or ordered) and this tasty beverage to wash it all down…you’d have to be onto a winner, right? I hope you’ve reciprocated 😉

Fwf x

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Affordable Flower Sydney for Valentine’s Day- Tips on How to Choose the Perfect Roses for your Partner

It’s less than a month before we the whole world yet again celebrates the day of love- Valentine’s Day! Although not considered an actual holiday, it is one of the most festive and much-awaited special occasion for both men, but most especially for women. And it is during the 14th of February that roses are plenty. If you are a man looking for flowers to send to your partner, you may instantly opt to buy for red roses. Although red roses are the perfect symbol of heart’s day, you may want to consider other coloured roses in bloom.


This article serves as a guide on the different colours of roses and what they represent. By gaining knowledge about the meanings of different rose colours, we hope that it becomes easier for you to decide which type of rose flower bouquets to be delivered to your significant other in Sydney.



  • Roses can “not” be red, too!


Red roses flower bouquets are indeed the traditional presents that men and women request to be delivered to their loved ones. But did you know that you can send other colours of roses during Valentine’s Day, too! They will be just as appreciated and complimented by the recipients. Here are some of the colour options that you can choose from before making that call for flower bouquet delivery in Sydney:



  • Orange


The colour orange is typically associated with passion and desire. The bright shade of orange may also reflect the passion and enthusiasm that you feel about the bond that you have with your partner.



  • Pink


Sending roses is not only limited to girlfriends and wives. If you are inspired by someone and would like to express this admiration, send pink-coloured flowers.  You may also send pink flowers to women who are a source of happiness in your life such as your mum, sister/s, and daughter/s, too! Pink is a bright colour and should, therefore, be the colour of roses to give for those who give meaning and inspiration to you.



  • Yellow


Consider sending yellow roses to those whom you have platonic relationships with. Yellow signifies friendship and wholesome bond with another person.



  • Peach


Peach roses are not only meant to be given during Valentine’s Day but may also be delivered to people whom you want to send a symbol of appreciation or gratitude to.
Now that you have a clear idea of the different colours of roses, you may now go ahead and order a bouquet for the special people in your life. If you have enquiries or if you wish to place an order, call us on 02 9871 1666 today.

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