Tis the Season

Tis’ the season to be jolly. Fa la la la la, la la la L... OTS to do and so little time to get there. Christmas is almost here, and it is time to start preparing. During Christmas season, family gathers, and hope rises. Our florists at Bouquet Florist and Gifts in Sacramento, CA are here to help make your Christmas less stressful and merrier with some tips for a holiday Wishlist.

The Santa's Sleigh Ride Centerpiece is an elegantly festive display of Christmas joy. Deck the HALLS and fill a special someone’s Wishlist with a fresh holiday centerpiece. Enjoy all that the season has to offer with this contagious arrangement full of holiday inspiration. Why shouldn’t we enjoy every moment Christmas has to offer? It is the happiest time of the year.

What is on your Wishlist? We hear it every year, or you may be the one asking. Wishlist’s span over hundreds of sites, and they all boil down to Santa’s naughty and nice list. Regardless, this year is bound to be different. Take a new stance and focus on what the season is truly about- love and giving. If you are looking for a final Christmas floral arrangement or are scrambling to get what you miss on Black Friday, we want to help you finish off those Wishlist!

Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is... Mariah Carey says it well. It’s a tradition. Write out your lists for Santa and hope you make the cut. Whether it’s your one true love you sure wishing for or that new iPhone making headlines, your Christmas list is unique to you. It doesn’t matter what is on your Wishlist if you remember the importance of giving. Our Christmas floral arrangements are always a great option. You can’t always find everything on Black Friday!

Forget about the stress of it all and enjoy the beauty of the season. Our florists at Bouquet Florist and Gifts in Sacramento, CA, are here to make Christmas less stressful and extra special with Christmas floral arrangements. Let go and let loose. Don’t keep your sole focus on what is on your Wishlist and enjoy the memories you will never forget. Tis’ the season to be jolly, after all!

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