Happy Administrative Professional’s Day!

Administrative Professional’s Day, formerly known as Secretaries Day, is an unofficial holiday to celebrate the hard work of administrative assistants, secretaries, receptionists and the like. They are often the unsung heroes in the office and are usually taken for granted. In North America, the holiday is celebrated on the Wednesday of the last full week of April. The holiday traditional started in 1952 and is still going strong today!

Besides Easter, Administrative Professional’s Day is one of the busiest times of the month for florists. It has become common practice to give administrative professionals flowers as a token of appreciation.  Flowers are the perfect gift to say “Thank you for all that you do to keep the office running smoothly!” Plus, they bring colour and cheer to the office! It’s a win-win situation for all!

Here are some flower arrangements that will sure bring a smile!

Thoughtful Blooms Bouquet from GrowerDirect.com

Tulip Lovers bouquet from Grower Direct Fresh Cut Flowers

Joyful Bounty Bouquet from GrowerDirect.com

Lovely Lily Flowers from GrowerDirect.com

About Connor Lowry

I love flowers! I enjoy writing about them as well as gardening. Mostly I love finding new and unique flower gardening ideas I encourage you to post regularly on this blog, and send in guest blogs or ideas for new blogs as well. New and exciting blogs are always welcome I intend to post a lot of interesting facts and fun stuff about flowers, as well as info on many varieties of flowers.
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