9 Occasions To Send Flowers To Your Loved Ones In Philippines

Philippines is the land of clean waters, archaic landmarks, blessed with plenty of flora and fauna. Even their festivities are full of color. There are several occasions on which you can send flowers to the Philippines. If you’re a Filipino who resides outside of Philippines we’ve made a list of significant events, so that you can mark your dates and book your flowers online in advance.

Chinese New Year
31st January, 2014

Philippines has a significant Chinese population and naturally the Chinese New Year is one of the most celebrated festivals out here. The festival is best celebrated with exchanging pleasantries and gifts with family and friends. This is the perfect occasion to send flowers, especially if you’re away from your family.

Valentine’s Day
14th February

valuThe celebration of LOVE is a big event in the Philippines. Lovers send each other flowers and love baskets, not only within Philippines, but also get them shipped from abroad. This is the perfect occasion to add a touch of magic to your romance.

Easter
April 20th, 2014

Celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection is a significant event in the Philippines owing to the vast Christian population out there. Filipinos send gift baskets and flowers from all over the world to the near and dear ones.

Mother’s Day
11th May, 2014

Several Philippines are out stationed and have to stay away from their families to earn a better living. Mother’s Day is one such occasion where children send their love to their mothers by sending flowers and gifts.

Pahiyas Festival
May 15, 2014

This festival celebrates the bountiful harvest. Locals decorate their house with fruits, vegetables and dyed leaves known as kipings. It’s customary to meet relatives on this occasion. Entering someone’s home with flowers comes across as a kind gesture.

Eid
July 29th, 2014

Philippines also has a signification Muslim population and Eid naturally is a big celebration out here. Filipinos staying away from their families in far off countries can send their love to their loved ones with Flora2000.com’s custom Eid baskets.

Kadayawan sa Dabaw
August 23-24, 2014

This is an annual thanksgiving festival to celebrate flowers, fruits and other produce. Near and dear ones are visited. Gifting flower baskets to the relative’s being visited can be a nice way to commence celebrations.

Christmas and New Year
25th December and 31st January, 2014

Christmas and New Year celebrations have become a worldwide phenomenon and Filipinos too celebrate it in a grand way. It has become customary to greet each other with flowers and gift baskets. Even if you are away from home, you make your celebrations count by sending gifts and flowers by online flower delivery services.

So book your gifts now and never miss the chance to surprise your loved ones in your home country.

Links:

Send Flowers to U.S.A.

Send Flowers to U.K.

Send Flowers to Germany

Send Flowers to Philippines

- Send Flowers to Australia

-Send Flowers to Columbia

About Flora2000

Flora2000 is the World’s premier international floral gifting brand. We feature a beautifully illustrated avant-garde collection of exquisite arrangements, especially suited for creating unforgettable moments for the special people. For over a decade, Flora2000 has transformed fine flowers into artistic expressions of mesmerizing beauty. Elegant design, personal care and the finest quality come together to offer you stunning floral arrangements for those special occasions. With a distinguished nationwide presence in the US, India & UK, we also deliver in over 190 countries. Our mission is to make floral gifting a personal, convenient and an exclusive experience.
This entry was posted in All About Flowers, Arrangements, Gifting, Guides, Occasions and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>