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Fun Gift Ideas for Graduation

It's that time of year! All those hard working students who are finishing up their High School and College Degrees are going to be kicking it up and celebrating their years of hard work. Here are a few gift ideas that are both fun and affordable!

It's Your Graduation Day ~ this arrangement features brightly colored flowers in a clear glass vase decorated with festive ribbons curls and a Graduation Mylar balloon for only $49.99
Graduation Puppy Floral Arrangement ~ this adorable puppy is made from carnations and features yellow daisies and is arranged in an adorable doggy bed for only $54.99 
Fabulous and Lucky Money Tree ~ this money tree plant is the perfect gift for the new graduate. These plants are both easy to care for and affordable. The perfect gift for graduates of all ages! This plant costs only $39.99 and is perfect for delivery or pick up at the store to deliver yourself! 
Because You Are Special ~ this arrangement is a huge seller for us all year round and is created in the cutest green vase that has a touch of beading on the rim. Styled using fresh gerbera daisies, button mums and mini carnations in shades of orange, purple, yellow and green!  This arrangement retails for only $54.99 and don't forget, we deliver! 
Congratulations Balloon Bouquet ~ this huge balloon bouquet is sure to send your well wishes and happy greeting on their special day for only $64.99. 
Be sure to check out all of our Graduation selections or let us create something custom, just for you!! We have 2 floral shop to serve you best ~ Princeton, NJ and Yardley, PA. 609-520-2005 and 215-493-1400





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