Whether it’s high school, sixth form, college, or university, graduation time is fast coming around again! The moment when all their hard work has paid off and the degree, diploma or certificate is finally in hand, this is undeniably a blissful moment and for many, will also be the pinnacle of their educational journey.
Contemporary flowers and beautiful bouquets make a wonderful addition to any room of the home, but once your cut flowers arrive, it’s important to give them the care and attention they need in order to flourish. Given the proper care, your bouquet is sure to last longer and keep your home looking great!
Being romantic doesn’t come naturally to everyone and not all romantic gestures suit everyone. For example, some people appreciate a nice Edinburgh flower delivery surprise whereas others prefer to pen a lovely romantic poem. However, few can argue that a romantic gesture is a powerful and wonderful thing – here are ten of the best.
At the start of September, high street giant Primark announced that they would be selling a luxury Disney bauble advent calendar for Christmas 2018. Of course, the crowds went wild with everyone from Facebook friends to the Metro newspaper buzzing about the announcement.
As the last remnants of summer fade away, temperatures drop, and the trees display the gorgeous natural colours of autumn, it’s the perfect time to stay home and make the most of the season’s best culinary delights.
Contrary to popular belief, weddings aren’t all about the bride! Although, of course, the bride is essential, there are many important women working behind the scenes to make the happy couple’s day as special as possible.
Giving flowers has been a tradition that goes back long since any present-day generation will be able to remember, yet it is well ingrained in society. Whether given to extend thanks, pass along sympathies or congratulate a special couple on their wedding day, flowers have been a go-to gift that almost everyone loves to receive.
Purple, often associated with luxury and grandeur, is the perfect colour theme for your wedding, or looks equally beautifully used in a mixed gift bouquet. Purple is also the colour of Scotland’s symbolic flowers, Thistle and Heather; often utilised as beautiful wedding flowers in Edinburgh and Scotland as a whole.
Mum’s had her day, now it’s dad’s turn. Celebrate in style this Father’s Day and truly spoil your dad. Falling on Sunday 17th June, Father’s Day is a celebration of our fathers, grandfathers or the special male role-model in our lives.
Chocolate Chip Day is only a short time away so whether you are a double choc chip kind of person, you love your luxury chocolate or maybe you like something a little sweeter – make sure you celebrate in style on this very important day of the calendar.