Each month of the year has its own special ambassadors to symbolize the birthdays that take place during the month. In April, birthdays are represented by the diamond birthstone and the daisy birth flower. The daisy is an appropriate choice, as April is the first full month of spring - and the daisy is the quintessential spring flower. Although you may immediately think of the classic white and gold daisy, the Asteraceae family to which that flower belongs is one of the largest in the world and accounts for over 10% of the planet's flowering plants.
In other words, there are many ray flowers in the daisy family. This April, Stadium Flowers would like to suggest that you consider the gerbera daisy as the perfect choice for birthday bouquets and arrangements. Read More about Birthday Bouquets featuring Gerbera Daisies
As spring quickly approaches, and we can increasingly look forward to soaking up the warm spring sunshine, it is time to consider sprucing up our outdoor areas. From the front porch to the back deck, there are so many ways that we can quickly add color and beauty to our yards and homes. Stadium Flowers has a wide assortment of dish gardens and flower baskets that will deliver flowering plants, green plant, orchids, and succulents in a convenient, beautiful way. Read More about Flower Baskets and Planters for Spring
Although St. Patrick's Day began as a religious observance - and still is a Roman Catholic feast day - it is more popularly known as a celebration of the Irish culture. From attending parades to eating corned beef, from wearing green attire to listening to Irish ballads, there are many traditions associated with St. Patrick's Day.
And Stadium Flowers celebrates March 17th with beautiful traditions as well, creating floral designs from whimsical to elegant to spread the Irish cheer. Whether you are hosting a St. Patrick's Day party or wish to send good wishes to your Irish friends, we have all the green you need! Read More about Green Plants and Flowers for St. Patrick’s Day
Spring is right around the corner, and here at Stadium Flowers, that means that we are overflowing with colorful tulips! Our spring tulips are homegrown, guaranteeing you the freshest and most exquisite blooms. Practically synonymous with the season,… Read More about Gorgeous Spring Tulips Have Arrived
International Women's Day will be observed across the globe on March 8th, with organizers proclaiming the event as a time set aside to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The initiative was originally established over 100 years ago as a suffragette movement in Soviet bloc nations, although today it takes on different nuances in different countries, based on the wide disparity of women's rights around the world. While some countries still fight for basic human rights, the West largely uses this opportunity to recognize the achievements and accomplishments of women. As a matter of fact, it is easy to look around our own communities in Snohomish County and see women from all walks of life who are dedicated to making the world a better place.
On March 8th, why not send a note and a floral arrangement from Stadium Flowers to let these amazing women know they have your support? Flowers can be used to express emotions and sentiments - here are just a few that we think would be perfect for International Women's Day: Read More about Celebrate International Women’s Day with Flowers
Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated across the world on February 17th, and has a surprising reach considering that it has been in existence for less than two decades. Stories conflict as to the origination of the observance - some claim it began in Denver, and others New Zealand -but no matter its start, the concept of spreading happiness through small gestures obviously resonates with people. In fact, random acts of kindness have become a cultural phenomenon, and many people don't wait for a special day to practice them. At Stadium Flowers, we are lucky to see acts of kindness and compassion every day - and look forward to helping you unleash generosity on Everett this month.
"Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness." Lucius Seneca Read More about Inspire Generosity with Kind Acts
February is National Wedding Month, a fact that seems odd to us here in the Seattle area. After all, the top three months for wedding ceremonies are June, August, and September, and only about 10% of weddings happen during February thanks to cold, wintry weather. But according to the National Association of Bridal Consultants, the designation has very little to do with how many wedding ceremonies are performed and instead was determined based upon something else entirely. To find out why February gets this honor, keep reading! Read More about Celebrating Everett and Seattle Weddings
We all know that Valentine's Day is all about the love - but that emotion is hardly restricted to sweethearts and lovers! There are many people in our lives that we love, who have garnered our gratitude and earned our respect. Let's face it, your life is just a whole lot better because these people are in it! February 14th gives us the perfect opportunity to convey an expression of love to all of these special folks.
The floral designers at Stadium Flowers have created a collection of beautiful bouquets and arrangements perfect for celebrating all the love in your life. So who do you want to celebrate? Read More about Celebrating Everyone You Love
There are many occasions in our lives that flowers are the perfect way to celebrate a special day or acknowledge a job well done. But sometimes, we are moved to send flowers simply to let our loved ones know that we are with them during a difficult time. If someone close to you is suffering an illness or in the hospital, Stadium Flowers has the get well floral bouquets that will convey to your loved ones just how much they mean to you. Studies have shown that flowers have a tangible effect on people's happiness - so to send good thoughts, get well bouquets are the perfect gift for someone who is sick. Read More about On the Road to Recovery with Get Well Bouquets