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Nov 22

Don’t Forget the Thanksgiving Flowers

Preparing for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner can be a lot of work.  You’ve got to plan the menu, buy all the food, make certain you’ve got enough clean plates, silverware, and napkins for everyone, and, of course, clean and straighten your house.  That’s a lot!  During all of this, you may forget something: the Thanksgiving flowers!

However, don’t despair if you do realize you’ve forgotten a nice arrangement for your table.  Thanksgiving flowers are often available the week of Thanksgiving, but there are a few things you need to be aware of.  First, you may not be able to get the arrangement you want.  While all florists stock as many flowers as they can, the fact is that the most popular bouquets are going to go fast.  If you don’t have yours ordered in advance, you might not get it.

Another thing to remember is that you don’t always have to go with pre-made arrangements.  Take a look at what’s offered online and in the store, but don’t be afraid to ask the florist to swap out certain flowers or even to create a unique arrangement for you.  Just talk to them about what flowers you want.  In some cases, you may have to do something like this, especially if it’s last minute and there are few flowers left.

You don’t want to buy a Thanksgiving arrangement too early since it may not look its best for the holiday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pre-order it.  Once you’ve got your arrangement ordered, all you have to do is pick it up a day or two before the holiday.  Then you’re sure to have gorgeous Thanksgiving flowers on your table!

Need an arrangement?  Check out the amazing variety we have on the Village Gardens website.

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