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After spending several years working for a full service event planning and decor company, I have come to learn a thing or two about being a florist. Not only did I work alongside many florists, but I have purchased quite a few gifts for them as well. Here are 20 Gift Ideas for Florists that’ll be sure to please.
Gift Ideas for Florists
The Flower Recipe Book
Florists can always use fresh ideas for floral arrangements. A recipe book can break down some new designs to recreate.
Rose Stem Stripper Glove
I had to learn the hard way how much blood a rose can draw from one’s fingertips. A rose stem Stripper glove makes cleaning those stems a lot less painful.
Floral Arrangement Tool Kit
Being a florist requires a few essential tools that often need to be replaced. A floral arrangement tool kit is a great way to help a florist stock up on supplies.
Floral Card Holders
A florist should always be well-stocked with floral card holders. Once that beautiful arrangement is designed, many times the card placed inside is the finishing touch.
Flower Wrapping Paper
Especially for those florists working in cooler climates, it is essential to have a large supply of floral wrapping paper available.
Believe it or not, florists can go through quite a bit of ribbon as they prepare arrangements for their customers. A gift of assorted ribbons would be very worthwhile.
As I mentioned earlier, removing thorns can be quite rough on the hands without the proper equipment. A thorn Stripper makes the job a lot less painful.
Flower Spray Dyes
I always really enjoyed spray painting floral arrangements; it just opens up the door to so many colorful possibilities.
Floral Arrangement Design Bowls
Every florist should have a supply of design Bowls on hand. Design Bowls are used all the time when creating floral arrangements to be used as centerpieces.
Florists can spend quite a bit of time making corsages for weddings and proms. A set of quality wristbands could certainly make a florist’s day.
Floral water tubes
Water tubes are essential to the process of preserving flowers. Help a florist stock up on water tubes by gifting a set.
For the florist that really loves gardening and creating their own masterpieces at home, a walk-in greenhouse would be a dream come true.
Mason Jar Tray Centerpiece
Sometimes florists want to use their skills to beautify their own surroundings. A cute mason jar tray would make the perfect base for a lovely floral arrangement centerpiece.
For the florist that loves flowers but doesn’t care to add anymore live flowers to their home, some floral artwork would be a great substitute.
3D Floral Pop Up Card
A greeting card can be a simple yet, very thoughtful, gift. A 3D floral pop up card is a unique and entirely appropriate card to gift to a florist.
A cute flower bracelet is a great piece of jewelry for a passionate florist.
Unique succulent pot
For the florist who loves to decorate their home with plants and flowers, this unique succulent pot would make a great gift.
Floral welcome mat
What better way for a florist to indulge in their love of flowers than to be welcomed by a floral mat every time they come home.
I got to see firsthand how dry florists’ hands can get as they work with flowers and water all day. A quality hand moisturizer would be greatly appreciated.
Gardening Tool Bag
With all of the tools florists have to use on a daily basis, it is nice to have something to store and carry them in.
Gift shopping for a florist can really be a lot of fun. From essential tools to fun flower themed products, I am sure this list will help you select that perfect gift for the florist in your life.