Do you have a dear friend you haven’t seen in years, but you want to remind her that you have always cherished your friendship? The perfect week to do so is during Friendship Week, when flowers and gifts are shared between friends. Flowers are an ideal gift whether you’re down the street or across the country from your best friend.
How Do I Celebrate Friendship Week?
As a relatively new holiday that’s started to grow in popularity, Friendship Week is celebrated in many different ways by all sorts of people. You might reconnect with an old friend over lunch during the week, or you might send a stylish vase of flowers to a friend’s workplace.
The best way to celebrate friendship week is to see your friend in person and spend a day, an afternoon, or even a few hours together. We often get too busy for anything but work and family, and sometimes we don’t see friends for months or even years.
Friendship Week is the perfect time to strengthen your friendships, and to send tokens of appreciation whether it’s a delicate bouquet of flowers or a fun and delicious basket of Ghirardelli chocolate.
Do Roses Symbolize Friendship?
We often associate roses with love, and they’re a perennial favorite for anniversaries and Valentine’s Day. Different colors of roses are used to symbolize various feelings and relationships, and if you want to give a dear friend roses, consider yellow roses.
For some, the color yellow is also a symbol of happiness and enthusiasm, which are beautiful sentiments when you’re giving someone flowers during Friendship Week.
If you’d like to tell your significant other that you love her, and she’s your best friend, you might think about mixing yellow and red roses together in a beautiful, colorful vase.
Friendship Week is the third week of August. This year, reconnect with old friends and show them you remember the good times with a gift of flowers from Griffin’s Floral Design.