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Florist Faq: Answers To Basic Florist Questions - Articles Surfing
* What is an FTD florist?
In the floral business, FTD means Fresh Trusted Delivered. Many florists associated with FTD deliver fresh flower arrangements from the FTD catalog worldwide.
Yes, you can. There are many flower shops that have a delivery service anywhere in the world. Fresh">All you have to do is contact a shop or order online to make your loved ones overseas realize that you care.
Florists offer several different kinds of gifts. Most of these are excellent as gifts for any occasion. Some of them are:
- Gift Baskets
- Baby Gifts
- Wedding Gifts
- Party Supplies
Yes, they do. These limitations are listed in their delivery information or policy. Examples of these limitations are:
- If there are orders made after the free delivery period, especially after business hours, the customer will have to pay the standard delivery charges of the florist.
- If the customer requests a rush order or a special delivery, there will be an additional charge.
- There is no cancellation of an order after delivery. However, if cancellation occurs before the delivery date, a fee of 10 percent of cost of the order will still be charged to the customer.
- Delivery on Sundays and holidays depends on the availability of the delivery area. Orders to be delivered to businesses would usually not be feasible on those days.
There are lots of flowers for an anniversary that are popular today. Examples of these are roses, daisies, iris, sweet peas, violets and nasturtiums.
The flowers that are great gifts for Mother's Day include pastel roses, tulips, Gerbera daisies, lavender roses, lilies, and "the charm of your magic."
The top flowers given during Valentine's Day are: roses, carnations, tulips, lilies and orchids.
A corsage is the flower worn by women to a prom or special event. The proper place to pin on a corsage is just above the collar bone, usually on the left side, by gently curving it around the pin. The corsage should not be pinned in the area near the breast. Girls also sometimes choose to wear corsages on their wrists to avoid crushing them while dancing.
A man's corsage worn at a wedding or other formal occasion is often called a boutonniere, which means "buttonhole." It should be placed in the buttonhole on the lapel of a suit jacket or pinned near the place where such a buttonhole would be, usually on the left side.
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