Secret Santa has become the best way to make sure that everyone at work or in a group of friends gets a gift during the holidays, without breaking the bank. And it’s a fun way to gather together for the season, which is why it’s so often included in a holiday party. The premise is simple: participants blind-draw a name and whoever they get is the person they’ll be shopping for that year. They can’t reveal their identity to the giftee, nor will they know the identity of the person buying for them.
The Flower Bucket recognizes that this is a unique gift-giving circumstance. After all, you may not know much about the person you’re buying for, let alone their personal tastes and preferences. That’s where we come in.
How does your workplace like to decorate for the holidays? Poinsettias and wreaths? The tried-and-true Christmas tree you pull out from the back and dust off, year after year?
One of the great joys of the holidays, or so we think here at The Flower Bucket, is rediscovering the decor we love and cherish all over again. That special ornament or candy dish we forgot for a whole year is loved anew. And it’s the same with decorating our workplace; everyone can have fun decking the halls (or their desks) and hanging ornaments on the tree, finding all of those decor items they put up last year. We think a bountiful display of fresh blooms really adds to that spirit.
There is no denying that having a great boss can make day to day life much more enjoyable. Although bosses come with a wide range of personality types and management styles, experts tell us that there are some attributes that are common to the most successful among them. It is the great bosses that we look to celebrate on October 16 – and The Flower Bucket has the floral designs, plants and gifts that will let them know that they are appreciated!
Did You Know? It is estimated that there are 11 million people in the United States workforce who hold the title of boss, supervisor, or employer. Continue reading