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August Newsletter

Sunshine Splendor Bouquet – $52.99

What a perfect summer day bouquet! Glorious lilies with roses and Gerber daisies are arranged in a clear glass vase. Click to order the Sunshine Splendor Bouquet

August Candle Fragrance

The featured candle fragrance for the month of August is “Sun-Dried Cotton” and it comes in a beautiful shade of Aqua! The warm sun hits the freshly laundered linens and a fragrance emerges that hints of jasmine, peach and exotic musk. Clean, warm and relaxing!

Happy Hour!

Every Thursday in August from 4-6PM, we will be having “Fresh Flower Happy Hour“. We will have weekly specials and discounts. It is a great opportunity to pick up fresh flowers on your way home and add beauty to your life! We will also have drawings for great prizes each week! The first Thursday will be this week August 7th!

Important Dates!

Our next design workshop will be on Thursday, September 17th. We will be doing a Fall themed project! Reserve your spot today!

We are forming a “Friends and Family” team to walk in the 2009 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes on Sunday, October 25th. Our team name is yet to be determined! If you are interested in walking with us and/or donating to this worthy cause, please e-mail us at whitehouseflorist@gmail.com

Save the Date – Our annual Holiday Open House date has been set for Thursday, November 12th.

It’s hard to believe it’s August! The summer has flown by and we are busy making preparations for the fall season! We have added several zip codes to our delivery routes and we are pleased to say that we now serve the Greater Columbia area!

We love being YOUR personal florist taking care of all of your individual and corporate floral and gift needs! Hope to see you soon!

White House Florist & Gifts

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