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Flowers and Personality

Today's consumers are desperately seeking individuality and saying "no" to the notion that one size fits all. Consumers want to feel that there is no one else out there quite like themselves... no one else with the same unique combination of personality, interests and attitudes.

Tailoring Gifts to Recipients

As this desire for personal attention grows, consumers spend more time personalizing the gifts they give. The dilemma? A lack of time to search high and low for unique gifts. The solution, in many cases, is the gift of flowers. Arrangements are one of the easiest gifts to customize to unique personalities. With the hundreds of sizes, shapes and colors flowers come in, the possibilities are endless. We can help you to a design special floral gifts for anyone. Check out these personality types...sound like anyone you know?

Traditional Personality

They are conservative, family-oriented, prefer classic styles and make their lives around their homes and family. They appreciate lush arrangements with a great variety of long-lasting flowers.

Artistic Personality

They are creative, unconventional, take pleasure in the arts & travel. They are intrigued by exotic flowers and unusual combinations of shape, color and texture.

Romantic Personality

They possess generous heart, spontaneous spirit and a touch of extravagance....dreamers who enjoy reading by the fire, watching old films or listening to opera. They are drawn to bouquets of soft colors and light fragrances, with special accents such as lace or ribbon.

Natural Personality

They are casual and down-to-earth, jump at the chance to spend a day outside or challenge themselves with a new sport. They delight in flowering shrubs, green plants, meadow flowers and natural accents such as wood or moss.

Dramatic Personality

They are impulsive, on the cutting-edge, like to be the center of attention, and pride themselves on knowing the latest trends. They relish bold floral arrangements, strong color and contemporary containers.

We'd like to thank our friends at the Society of the American Florists
for the above information