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FLOWERS TO RUSSIA & WORLDWIDE BY RUSSIANFLORA.COM

April 2015

Gift to Vinnytsia, Ukraine

“The child must know that they are a miracle. That since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like them.”

If your little recipient is celebrating their Birthday, graduation or you just want to remind  how much you care for them, send a surprise that will leave them feeling smiley and happy. Your gift will be delivered festively wrapped in a box, a presentation so loved by children of all ages. They will open the box to a cute plush toy, assortment of chocolate, sweets and other little something they will find amusing. Surprise your little super-stars, send them a gift to Ukraine from far away and make them believe in miracles!

May Holidays in Russia

May Holidays in Russia

If you happen to be in Russia during the first week of May you may be a bit confused as to what’s going on. The first week to ten days of May the whole country goes on spring break to celebrate a series of public holidays. Most banks, public buildings and educational institutions are closed, and everyone has time off to take a vacation or pour into the streets to celebrate the coming of spring.

Because many national holidays in Russia fall at the beginning of May, the government traditionally compile them into one long break known as “May holidays”. It always starts on the 1st of May and lasts for 9 or 10 days. This period is one of the most important and festive public holiday events in Russia. A lot of people gather in the streets to celebrate spring, take part in peaceful demonstrations, parades and other numerous outdoor activities.

1st May

The Russian May holidays start with Spring and Labor Day observed on May 1st. Previously known as the Day of the International Solidarity of Workers the holiday lost its political meaning in Russia after 1991. Some political parties and labor unions still organize May 1st demonstrations, but most Russians use this public holiday to relax with family and friends. People prefer to spend time outdoors, have picnics or barbecues. Men may give spring flowers to women, and parents may buy balloons and sweet gifts to their children to celebrate the end of the long winter season in Russia.

A display of pink and white roses

9th May

The series of May holidays in Russia end with the second most popular public holiday after New Year’s – Victory Day. The celebration commemorates the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II and honors the bravery of millions of Russian people whose heroism saved the country from Nazi invaders.

Victory Day is a sacred holiday for Russians who often say that there is not a single family in the country who did not lose someone in that war. On this day festive events are held all across Russia, with military parades taking place in all major cities, the most spectacular one in Moscow’s Red Square culminating in grandiose firework display.

At home, families gather around a festive table to honor surviving witnesses of World War II and remember those who passed away. There’s a tradition to give Victory Day flowers, usually red carnations, to all veterans and to lay wreaths at the war memorial sites.

May Holidays Symbols:

  • Flowers (especially tulips and lilacs) – symbols of late spring.
  • Blooming branches of fruit trees – a symbol of approaching summer.
  • Balloons – a symbol of celebration.

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Flowers to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Thank you very much! My wife was very happy to receive the flowers. She said the roses were very fresh and beautiful. I want to say a separate thank you for a complimentary box of chocolate. That was a really nice gesture and I really appreciate the way you treat your clients. This is very rare these days. I will definitely use your service again in the future!

Best regards,
RM

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Mother’s Day Flowers to Novgorod, Russia

On 2nd Sunday of May many countries around the world are celebrating Mother’s Day. This beautiful holiday honors motherhood, maternal bonds, and the contribution of our mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers in society. Remember to pay tribute both to the miracle of birth and to the special woman who performed that miracle: your mother. Demonstrate the most important woman in your life how much she means to you by sending a wonderful surprise that will make her feel loved and appreciated. A stunning bouquet of red roses, gerberas and white lilies screams love and is perfect for your beloved mom, grandmother, aunt or mother-in-law on Mother’s Day!

Roses Bouquet to Kharkiv, Ukraine


“The roses speak of love silently, in a language known only to the heart.”

There is no better way to convey the emotions of your heart than to send an arrangement of gorgeous roses! No matter is it’s snow or sunshine outside, a stunning bouquet of flaming red roses will create a joyous and loving atmosphere in any home or office. Say Happy Birthday, Congratulations, Get Well, or send holiday greetings to the special person in your life, relative or friend and be sure this roses bouquet to Ukraine will delight your recipient with its vibrant colors, lasting brilliance and unmatched grace!

Gift Basket to St.Petersburg, Russia

Hello!
I just received email delivery confirmation, plus my husband in Russia just sent me some very happy photos. )))
Thank you very much. It’s difficult for a couple to have to celebrate their anniversary long distance, but you made it  a little easier for us with your gift service. Thank you!
Thank you for the Easter wishes, too.

Kindest regards,
Anna

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Bouquet to Brest, Belarus

The spring has sprung! Help someone dear in your life welcome the new season with a beautiful surprise that will brighten the life and put a smile on their face every time they lay eyes on it. Bright pink gerberas, snow white lilies, pale purple carnations and other seasonal flowers to Belarus are surrounded by a cloud of green leaves all beautifully wrapped for a striking presentation. Don’t look for a reason when you want to show that you care. Send special person in your life a token of your love and appreciation and be sure their spring is off to a great start!

Happy Greek Orthodox Easter 2015!

Happy Orthodox Easter!

Happy Orthodox Easter!

May you find the renewal
of Hope, Health, Love,
And the spirit of Joy
In your Easter Basket!

This Sunday, April 12, Orthodox all around the world are celebrating one of the most significant holidays of the year, Easter. Send your nearest and dearest, friends or business associates your holiday greetings along with colorful and joyful gifts. Because it’s never too late to bring the spirit of spring, rebirth and new beginnings to the ones you care about!

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Gift & Flowers to New York, USA

It was my first time ordering with Russia Flora and I was a little nervous in the beginning. But the company’s employees were very helpful, thoughtful and helped me to relax. The bouquet and teddy bear were delivered to my recipient in New York, USA without problems. The bouquet looked big, fresh, bright and the plush toy looked much bigger than I imagined. I’m very thankful to everyone who made it happen.

Halina H.

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Orthodox Easter Gift to Moscow, Russia


Let the resurrection joy lift us from loneliness and weakness
and despair to strength and beauty and happiness.
~Floyd W. Tomkins

Easter, one of the most important holidays in Orthodox church is almost here! This beautiful spring festival featuring colorful Easter eggs, traditional dishes kulich & pascha, fresh seasonal flowers and Easter gifts is beloved by both children and adults. Bringing rebirth and renewal to peoples lives Easter is joyfully observed all across Russia, Ukraine and other eastern European countries. If your family members, friends or business associates celebrate Orthodox Easter, make sure to send them your seasonal greetings with a bright and delicious gift that will demonstrate your dear recipients how loving and thoughtful you really are.

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