Sending Teacher’s Day Flowers on a Budget
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Teachers are a major part of our lives, especially during the early development years. All the work they do cannot go unnoticed hence the importance of teacher’s day. As part of the teacher’s appreciation, a whole week is set aside every year to thank them for their good deeds. The Teacher Appreciation Week starts on the Tuesday of the first full week of May.
What messages should you write on the card?
What better way to thank your teacher and show appreciation for their efforts than a lovely message on a card? Not sure about what message to include in the teacher’s day card? Don’t worry we’ll take you through what you should write.
You need to make sure that you write a heartfelt message in a meaningful way to express gratitude. Briefly mention the specific gift that you’re thanking your teacher for such as being great at offering encouragement, a source of inspiration, always cheerful, gracious to everyone, and having a strong character. At the end, add a warm thought like:
- You’re the best!
- I’ll be forever indebted.
- I’m humbled and grateful.
- You were a huge blessing to me.
- I will always treasure everything you did for me.
Recommended Flowers for National Teacher’s Day
There are also many floral options to choose from. Flowers are a representation of the fertile seeds planted in a student’s life that eventually blossoms. Here are some of the flowers that are ideal for sending to your teacher:
If you are looking for a flower for teacher that’s unique and versatile, you should consider carnations. These flowers are also quite affordable making them a great option for students on a budget.
Another reason why carnations are a great option is that they last longer so you don’t have to worry about them wilting in just a matter of days.
Lastly, carnations are available in a wide range of colors so you are spoilt for choice. This means that you can choose your teacher’s favorite color.
This is yet another great option as it offers a variety of colors. Some of the colors that you can choose from are yellow, white, and orange. Alternatively, you could have the flowers dyed into whichever color you prefer.
Just like is the case with carnations, daisies are also relatively affordable making them a great option for students.
Finally, orchids are a long-lasting gift for teachers. They’re a stand-by for many occasions and come in a beautiful purple or white color.
Don’t forget you can mix any of the aforementioned flower options for a more unique gift for your teacher. Are you thinking about sending flowers on a budget? Here are some of our flower bouquets.
Love Blossoms – This bouquet comes with 12 stems of red roses resting on seasonal foliage. There’s truly no better way to show someone special how much he/she means to you. This bouquet is ideal for speaking your feelings loudly if you have an anniversary coming up.
Mini Tulips Bouquet – Tulips are strongly associated with true love and loyalty. This mini bouquet is a smart way to express your feelings in a casual way to avoid any awkward moments.
Gerberas with Vase – Gerberas are multicolored and are a symbol of cheerfulness and innocence. For this reason, they may be sent as a casual gift for most occasions including teacher’s day celebration.
You may never be able to truly repay your teachers for all the nice things they did in your life. However, you can reflect thoughtfulness with the time and care you put into writing a warm message on a card and sending it alongside a bouquet of flowers. Sometimes a simple gesture on teacher’s day goes a long way.