Teleflora Brings a Pop of Color to Easter this Year!

Celebrate Easter with Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets.  Each bouquet beautifully captures the essence of Spring and makes a thoughtful gift this Easter.

Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets

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New Hello Spring Bouquet

I have been enjoying Teleflora’s Hello Spring Bouquet the past several days. It is most gorgeous bouquet that I’ve ever had the pleasure of receiving. It screams Spring to me with colorful bursts of pinks, yellows, lavenders, purples, and white.

Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets

This premium bouquet would be a lovely addition to any home this Spring and a thoughtful gift to loved ones near and far for Easter. What hostess wouldn’t enjoy receiving this on Easter day?

I love the floral combination of roses, lilies, poppies, alstroemeria, and chrysanthemums.  Isn’t it just stunning?! I’ve had several people fall in love with this bouquet over the weekend, including a 4 year old little girl. Nobody can resist this bouquet!

Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets

My family really enjoys birds, so the vase with etched white bird profile on a light green background will be used and enjoyed for a long time. I really like how Teleflora bouquets live on long after the flowers fade with their collection of unique and beautiful vases. Your loved ones will recall your thoughtful gift every time they use their vase for years to come.

You can order the Teleflora Hello Spring Bouquet now for yourself or loved one in time for Easter, starting at just $59.95.

New Spring Tulip Pitcher Bouquet

Nothing says Spring like a watering pitcher, making Teleflora’s Spring Tulip Pitcher Bouquet a perfect way to welcome Spring and celebrate Easter this year.Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets

My absolute favorite flower is the white daisy. White daisies were one of the first flowers I added to my flower gardens in our very first home and I continue to plant them at my house, my mom’s house, and anyone else that wants help gardening. They are lovely in bouquets too, especially when paired with a mix of spring pink roses and purple alstroemeria in this bouquet!

This bouquet comes in this marvelous vase that was inspired by vintage American pottery. I love the attention to detail with the tulip-shape body and sweet scalloped spout. This hand painted vase is also food-safe to be enjoyed in a variety of ways long after the flowers fade.

Order the Teleflora Happy Dots Bouquet now for Easter celebrations, starting at $49.95.

New Happy Dots Bouquet

The Teleflora Happy Dots Bouquet is a joyful and fun bouquet with a beautiful mix of Spring flowers in a colorful and amusing hand-painted polka dots. Teleflora’s NEW Easter bouquets

Who could resist this cheerful bouquet of hot pink roses, yellow daisies and chrysanthemums, and a charming blend of purple and green accent flowers? This would make a lovely Easter bouquet or anytime bouquet, I could especially see this as a get-well-soon bouquet because it is sure to bring a smile to any face.

Order the Teleflora Happy Dots Bouquet now for Easter, starting at $49.95.

Why Easter Flowers?

Spring is my favorite season because new life bursts forth from the lifeless ground of Winter, for the same reason, Easter is one of my favorite holidays. It is a reminder of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross, His glorious resurrection, and new life He offers each of us. Celebrating Easter with beautiful flowers can be a reflection of just that.

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