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Bring The Pretty To A Party! ProFlowers Partners with Evite for #PartyBlooms Sweepstakes

Win 6 Months of Flowers From ProFlowers & Evite – #PartyBlooms Sweepstakes

by Alicia in Fun stuff for parents

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Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with ProFlowers and Shari’s Berries. However, all opinions expressed are my own. 

I love when my garden starts to bloom in the Spring.  Our backyard is painted with beautiful pink, purple, blue and yellow flowers from daisys to lantana to roses.  My daughter loves to go to the flower garden and help cut the flowers, bring them inside and made a floral arrangement.  It’s a special time for Madelyn and I to bond and needless to say, 90% of the time, at least one arrangement we make ends up in her room.  That’s ok with me though.  Flowers make us feel happy and when she wakes up in the morning I love that a gorgeous bouquet of flowers greets her with a colorful, warm welcome to the new day.

ProFlowers flower bouquet

Flowers are not only a great pick-me-up in your home, but a wonderful gift idea, party hostess gift, and party decoration.  I’m the first to blow-up a zillion balloons for a party but a splash of natural color from a flower arrangement is a fabulous way to pretty-up a party too!  Flowers make any occasion more memorable.  The Deluxe All The Frills Bouquet shown above is the perfect bouquet for any occasion.

ProFlowers flower delivery

At my daughter’s first dance recital, when she was four, one of the other mother’s presented her daughter with a rose after the recital.  I felt bad that we didn’t bring Madelyn a flower and have not forgotten to bring her a flower since then.  In fact, we brought one dozen roses to one of her recitals and 6 sunflowers to another to that girl’s whose parents didn’t think to bring flowers (like us in the past) got a flower too.   Flowers make any girl feel special, no matter what occasion or age!  ProFlowers is now our resource for flowers for recitals, parties, and other special occasions.  Ordering flowers on ProFlowers, before my daughter’s recital, is as important as getting her costume.  ProFlowers is offering my readers 20% of their purchase with coupon code: PARTYBLOOMS 

Celebrate Her Beauty Bouquet from ProFlowers

The Celebrate Her Beauty bouquet shown above is a great party hostess gift or centerpiece for an outdoor summer party.

ProFlowers flower bouquet

The sweet little bluebird in this bouquet is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face!

We invite family and friends to our daughter’s dance recitals and an after-party and discovered a fun and free way to send invites is through Evite.com.  The invitation image below is a sample image I created so you can get an idea of what can be done with Evite.

Evite Party Invitations

 

If you want some sweet treats for your summer party, or dance recital after-party, look no further than Shari’s Berries, a division of ProFlowers, and order the 4 Caramel Pretzels & 6 Cocktail Strawberries gift set – available at ProFlowers.  Along with the beautiful flowers shown above, these were a great treat during our recent Florida vacation.  These cool, crispy, fresh treats proved to be just what the kids needed on a hot Florida day after a swim in the lake.

Shari's Berries pretzels and chocolate covered strawberries

Enter the #PartyBlooms Sweepstakes To Win 6 Months of Flowers from ProFlowers & Evite!

There are two ways to enter the #PartyBlooms sweepstakes.

1. Take a photo of flowers and Tweet + Instagram them using hashtag #PartyBlooms.

2. Host a party on Evite.com by 6/30/14.

Visit http://bit.ly/1k16FWQ for #PartyBloom Sweepstakes official details.


 

The Pinterest board below includes some pretty options for party decorations, recipes and more.

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