I wanted to take a few minutes away from the mad dash to Christmas and thank all of my loyal customers. Really without all of you, we wouldn’t be here.  Dan & I spend every day all year long taking care of families and friends who need flowers in their lives. We are thankful for the blessing of those relationships.

I don’t know how we managed to get so lucky, but we are! Some of you might think you aren’t important because you only order flowers once a year, but it’s not true,  we appreciate every order from every one of you. This year we have gained a lot of new customers, and I can’t tell you how important it is to us to maintain our business relationship and become your florist for life!

If you’ve dealt with us in the past, you know we are always available for you.  If you are a new customer, here is a little story that show’s how much we value our customers..I remember one Christmas eve a few years ago,  we decided to close early and go enjoy the Christmas festivities with our families. When we left we put our cell phone number on the answering machine, asking people to call if they had a flower emergency.  We were only out of the store for about 10 minutes when a new customer called and said he had “a flower emergency”. We asked him what the emergency was, and his reply was, ” my wife is going to kill me if I don’t come home with flowers”.  Of course, we went back to the store, ho ho ho,  laughing all the way..and fixed him up with a beautiful bouquet.   That’s how important you are to us!

Enjoy the holiday’s, hopefully you will be spending it with family and friends.  We will be taking the week between Christmas and New Year off, but we will return ready to kick off the start to next years wedding season on January 4th.

Here is a little Christmas gift:

The highly anticipated poinsettia polar bears have been unveiled at The Palazzo in Las Vegas. The flower topiaries are made up of 8,000 ‘Polar Bear’ poinsettias, and the tallest stands 16 feet high. Very cool! Wish I could have been on that design event! The link below with show you the slide show of the floral event.

http://www.greenhousegrower.com/news/?storyid=2857

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