Flower Arrangements From A Pro

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If you’re like me (a procrastinator who forgot tomorrow is Mother’s Day) you  are running around trying to figure out what to get your mom, sisters, or  wives for Mom’s Day. Chill people. New York’s most sought-after florist, Lynn Jawitz, helps  you out with finding the perfect flowers that phenomenal woman.

“Take your time and really look at the woman long and hard, what is  her personality like? What are her favorite colors? What type of  decoration does she have in her home? Then you know what type of  arrangement to go for!” says Lynn Jawitz. Here are some guidelines from the professional.

SPUNKY CHIC

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The most popular trend within the world of flowers right now is to  keep it simple and not go crazy with several different flowers in the  same arrangement. But if it suits the person,  you can
definitely mix it up with different colors.  Like this cute and  playful bouquet of Mokhara Orchids in orange, yellow and fuchsia.  This bouquet is perfect for the fashionable lady who not afraid of color.

SOPHISTICATED LADY

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“For the sophisticated and elegant woman, probably over 35, who likes to keep it clean and simple, go for the sleek, contemporary Calla lily.”  Your Grandmothers would love these


CROWD PLEASER

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If you want to play it safe, go for roses, everyone tends to love them. However, be sure to know what you actually want to say  with your roses.

The Wife: “She is the woman who holds the family down. With that said, you want to hit a home run! show her how much you love and appreciate her. 24-26 roses is what you want to spend your money own.”

The Mom: you can never over do to much for mommy dearest, but do to little. A dozen roses may seem average to her. 18 roses, say you didn’t just run to the deli to pick up  a gift an hour before you dropped them off to her.

The Friend or Sister: 8 roses are perfection. They show that you are thinking of them and you are respect their parenting skills.

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