“Make Up or Break Up” – we’ve all been there before, probably on both sides of the fence at least once or twice where we find ourselves struggling to either fix the broken aspects of a relationship or decide to cut the cord. It might not be the most pleasant period of a romance but it is one, which gifts us with useful experience to bring into the future even when it can be painful. While some partnerships are just not capable of repairing irrevocable damage, there are others that are in fact salvageable, particularly when showing the depth of which you care.
Boston florists understand this fact all too well and are quite accustomed to assisting the broken hearted in their efforts to win back the object of their affection by offering a token- a floral token. For centuries, eons and light years across history, both men and women have been using the gesture of gifting flowers to smooth the bumpy course of love and heal the damaged facets of their relationships. As you can imagine, there’s never a “sure thing” outcome. After all, each partnership is different and requires its own unique medicine when it comes to mending fences but flowers are always a great place to start.
So how big or small of an effort should you make? Well, that depends on your partner’s taste and just how serious of a problem you’re facing. In most situations, if it’s a guy who’s purchasing the flowers, he’ll typically opt for a generous bundle of fresh blooms hoping to make an impressive impact. When you’re talking about women doing the apologizing, the opposite is usually true where she’ll decide upon a smaller bouquet or even a single stem. Why is this true? I have no idea but industry experts report the statistics in their experience and apparently this holds water. Does it mean you’re limited to this framework? Absolutely not but if you’re not sure on how to go about buying flowers for your pickled partner, this is a solid piece of advice. Another aspect you’ll want to keep in mind is favorite scents, colors and varieties your partner may have. Also, get creative and think back to better times when things were more romantic and offer flowers that have some sort of importance in your relationship’s history. A walk through a daisy field, roses from a Valentine’s Day first date or a vase of sweet pea celebrating a past anniversary are usually effective winners and could be your best bet.
Good luck and don’t worry if the flowers don’t do the trick. Chances are, it just wasn’t meant to be…