Christmas flowers for your clients
We usually celebrate Christmas with our friends and family. However, if you own or run a business, it’s also important to let your clients know that they matter. When customers feel important, they are more likely to remain loyal to your company. Which is why it’s a good idea to spoil your clients with flowers for Christmas.
Make a list
The first thing you will need to do is make a list of all the clients you would like to treat to a Christmas gift. This list will help ensure that you don’t forget anyone and you will also be able to establish a total budget and budget per gift.
Now that you know how many flower arrangements you need, you can select them from the Christmas flowers section on your florist’s website. Your online florist should offer several superb Christmas bouquets and they will vary in price. You can choose several bouquets of the same value or you can choose to send the same bouquet to each client in order to avoid any disputes.
Include a message
When you place your flower order, you should take a moment to carefully consider what message you would like to send. The message should be sincere but still professional. The recipients are your clients after all. If you can, you should have all of the flowers delivered to your address so that you can include handwritten cards. When you take the time to personalise each card with the recipient’s name and you write the message yourself, it shows your customers that you really do appreciate them.
When you place your Christmas flower order, you will notice that your florist also has optional extras to offer. These include gifts like luxury chocolates, wine or champagne, and balloons. If you want to send a combo gift, you can shop for these too. They are great for getting everything you need and saving money.
No matter the bouquets you choose to send for Christmas, the most important thing to remember is to let your clients know that you care and thank them for their support. It is this sincere message that will have the greatest impact.