Sending Fresh Flowers for the First Day of School

It’s that time of year again, folks. September is the time of year that signifies big yellow school buses, cheery, teachers working hard to prep classrooms and after school activities for band, football team, and Key Club are beginning.  Often a bittersweet sentiment of ending a fun summer and anxiously anticipating the fun-fillled school days to come.  Flowers serve as constant reminders that gives us a natural sense of joy and happiness.  Any teacher or educator is sure to remember a bouquet or arrangement of fresh flowers on the first day of school.

The Power of Flowers for Back to School

Fresh flowers can evoke multiple emotions and feelings, all of which are excellent for the first day of school:

  • Fresh Flowers are a Symbol of Joy – There’s no better way to express your happiness at seeing old friends than with a handful of multi-colored Gerbera daisies, hydrangeas or yellow roses. All of these beautiful blooms can be delivered to all schools in Westchester County, NY. These flowers are traditional symbols of friendship and devotion and are beautiful to display. Many educators and teachers find themselves separated during the summer months as well, and anyone would welcome a gift of flowers to begin the year with a fresh start.
  • Fresh Flowers are a Symbol of Thanks – Fresh flowers have always served as a long-standing tradition. It has been custom and traditional to bring an apple as a symbol of gratitude for your teacher’s hard work. Westchester Flower Shop suggests that you send a simple colored rose, a bunch of hydrangeas or a few colorful tulips. The gift of flowers is guaranteed to bring a smile to your teacher’s face and hopefully last throughout the school year.