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Kristin's Top Picks

There are so many awesome things at Monday Morning Flowers, I have a hard time narrowing it down.  My all-time favorite arrangements are almost always custom made.  Our designers are so creative and unique, their pieces always come out beautifully.  I have worked here at Monday Morning Flowers a little over a year, and I still can’t believe the finished products sometimes!  When I decided to give my top picks, I chose products from our website, which has so many gorgeous arrangements- it was of course, a challenge to decide.  Here are some of my favorite floral arrangements at Monday Morning Flowers.  In my opinion, the pictures don’t even do justice – these are all stunning in person and will please anyone from a floral expert to a floral novice.

Lemon Martini

Of course, I LOVE the container!  You can send this to the 21 year old or the 80 year old in your life and it is sure to be a hit.  We do a lot of different styles in margarita and martini glasses, but the Lemon Martini is filled with bright, happy, uplifting yellows.  Artfully designed with yellow daisies, yellow roses, solidago and alstroemeria – it is sure to make anyone smile. 
MMF046 - $39.99

Alanna's Garden

This is one of my absolute favorites.  The combination of pastels is feminine and elegant.  My favorite thing about the whole arrangement is the positioning of the flowers in this short bubble bowl.  It is classy, and gives a “fancy” feel, yet can be sent to the home or office.  This is the perfect arrangement for Spring!
MMJ001 - $144.99

The Palmer

Straight from our Princeton Line, the Palmer has a gorgeous mix of colors and flowers with a full look everyone is pleasantly shocked with.  Filled with oranges, yellows, greens, purples and pinks in a modern cylinder vase, this arrangement comes in the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior sizes.
MMP003- $79.99

Aside from the floral arrangements (that I awe over daily) we have some really fun gift ideas.  Here are my top 2 favorites:

Flower Box of Cookies

Is this serious?!  This is the best thing anyone could give or get in my opinion.  Our flower box of cookies is a rose box filled with fresh baked cookies that people constantly rave over.  They are soft, delicious and make the most scrumptious gift for him, her, or the kids.  Order 20, 30, or 50 cookies and you’re done trying to find the perfect gift – it’s that quick and easy.
MMF033- $39.99

Wooster and Prince Line

New to our store, we now carry a special line called Wooster and Prince.  Very affordable, these can be gifted to a 5 year old or a 75 year old (or to yourself) and make a unique and fun gift.  Mix and match nail files, clipper and nail buffer, pocket mirror and fragrant home sachet.

Keep a look out for weekly top picks from all of the staff here at Monday Morning Flowers – from drivers to designers – everyone’s got a favorite!

Stop in to either of our locations today to see our extensive line of gift items, floral arrangements and more.
Browse our website,, or call us for suggestions at 609-520-2005.

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