Flower Ideas for a Teacher Appreciation Gift
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5th – 9th, 2014
As the spring season rounds the corner, schools are preparing for the upcoming summer break. If you or your child had a teacher that stood out this year, show your gratitude with a special gift. Present the star instructor with a colorful bouquet of fresh cut flowers in a stylish vase. This allows the teacher to showcase the gift on his or her desk as the school season winds down. Need some inspiration? Here are a few arrangement examples:
If you are looking for a bouquet that is bright and cheery opt for one full of yellow flowers. Yellow gerbera daisies, alstroemeria, carnations and roses are a great combination when mixed with a hint of greenery. To top things off, present the arrangement in a bright yellow pitcher so your teacher has a momento to cherish long after the flowers mature.
For a classic approach, gift the instructor a springtime floral arrangement full of white daisies and hot pink roses. This stylish pairing will help your teacher look forward to the upcoming break as he or she enjoys the sentiment behind the gift. The vase can be wrapped with a ribbon to add more color and dimension to the present.
If you are looking for a chic floral gift, opt for an arrangement with rich colors. Orange roses, matsumoto asters and hot pink carnations are a perfect way to say thanks to a teacher at the end of the semester. This arrangement can be set in a round vase and would make a great addition to anyone's home decor.
Potted plants are great alternatives to flowers because they last longer. Additionally, these botanicals add a bit of greenery to the home. Considering giving your teacher the gift of nature like a cyclamen plant.