Roses Only Confirm Allure of Giving Flowers Lives On

Roses Only confirmed in an interview with 2006 Media that demand continues to be strong, and is growing, for the year-round gifting of flowers for all occasions.

Sydney , Australia - June 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Floral arranging and the gifting of flowers has been traced back to Egyptian times and now with the sending of flowers on Valentine’s and Mother’s Day by loved ones, through to them being gifted on birthdays and Christmas growing more popular by the year, the centuries old tradition is as strong and important today as it was in 2,500 BCE.

Mr Anthony Rohde, Marketing Director of Roses Only in the interview with Melbourn based 2006 Media said, “It is pleasing to confirm that the trend of giving flowers is showing continuing strong year on year growth and is seen as the favoured way in 2019 to show every emotion from appreciation to one’s love for someone. The ease with which we allow residents across Australia to select and order delivered flowers via our online portal has been a real hit and we are seeing greater return customers, sometimes revisiting multiple times a year.”

Roses Only create a variety of floral designs for wreaths, bouquets and specialty arrangements. Their business has a significant market share in the corporate and social event world, as flowers are playing a larger part in the decor of special events and gatherings than even just a few years ago. Centerpieces, entryways, reception tables, and stage sets are just a few examples of how flowers are being used in these corporate and social settings.

2006 Media has observed that the growing demand being seen here in Australia is in line with flowers being so popular now in the United States as gifts and staging of corporate events that they are being imported from overseas to meet demand.

To learn more about Roses Only, their range of delivery services for flowers Gold Coast to as far away as Perth, visit the website here: https://www.rosesonly.com.au/

About Roses Only

Roses Only is a premier Australian online florist that have a stunning choice of floral gifts; fabulous bouquets, elegant boxed displays, and charming leaf wrapped arrangements, all of which are created from the very finest quality frequently sourced blooms.

All floral arrangements are suitable for a wide range of special occasions from a beautiful bouquet for a birthday to a congratulatory gift to new parents on the birth of their child. Whatever the event might be, there is an exciting array of stylish flower choices as well as gifts to accompany them too. A bottle of Australian wine and a selection of delicious chocolates make perfect accompaniments to a birthday bouquet, while who could deny the complementary nature of a plush teddy bear and a bottle of French champagne sent with a charming arrangement of new baby flowers.

Not only can flowers be arranged for same day delivery across Australia by ordering before 2pm during the week or by 10am on Saturdays, but delivery can be arranged for up to twelve months in advance,

Contact Info:
Name: Mr Anthony Rohde
Email: Send Email
Organization: Roses Only
Address: 57/59 Dunning Ave Rosebery , Sydney , NSW 2018, Australia
Website: https://www.rosesonly.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524809

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