Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving flowers & gifts

Exotic flowers are naturally gorgeous and beautiful. Flowers in all hues and colors can be arranged in beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements to give to our friends and hosts for Thanksgiving Dinner. They are lovely and remind us of the beauty of Nature sculpted by divine hands. The freshness, the beauty and the sweet scents of flowers touch everybody's hearts with tender feelings of love, care and thankfulness to everything that is worth living in the world. Flowers can also be used as table centerpieces for Thanksgiving dinner table or arranged in ethnic baskets on the hearth. They can be woven in creative wreaths that can adorn our walls and doors or remind our loved ones of how warm our feelings are for them. Flowers strung in innovative ways can be used for holiday decoration and even a single flower on the altar can be used to express our thankfulness to the Almighty. Use them creatively with votive candles to designed centerpieces that will win everyone's appreciation and can be used as personalized gifts your guests can take home. For information on the history of Thanksgiving; food, customs, etc go to: Very interesting information....

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Fresh Flower Centerpieces say Happy Thanksgiving Best!

Whether you celebrate at home or friends or families don't forget the fresh flowers!

FTD® Bright Autumn™ Centerpiece spins the magic of the Fall season with each sun-kissed petal to set your gathering space aglow with blooming beauty. Two taper candles are surrounded by a gorgeous arrangement.

The FTD® Cornucopia ushers in abundant beauty during the harvest season. This lovely horn-shaped basket is gorgeously adorned with sunflowers, bi-colored orange roses and burgundy carnations seated amongst eucalyptus and wheat to create the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving feast.

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