Have You Ever Thought of Re-Gifting Flowers?

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Being a local florist shop, Aileen at Daisy Chain is often asked – we can’t send flowers to a man… or can we?

Well we have a great new concept …

A Re-Gift Bouquet

Recently, Jan a client of Daisy Chain, wanted to thank a male client of hers for referring a new client. She was not sure if he liked wine, felt that a fruit basket was inadequate, and a teddy bear somewhat inappropriate. What she really wanted to send was a beautiful bouquet of flowers, but this might not seem altogether fitting to send to a man, either.

The solution that we came to for Jan was to send a bunch of flowers to the male client that could then be “re-gifted” to his wife. Thus, the “re-gift bouquet” is born.

The way it works is very simple…

Jan sends Alexander a bouquet, with a card saying:

“Hi Alex, thanks for referring Peter to us. Feel free to ‘re-gift’ this gorgeous bunch of flowers as a special treat for your wife.



We then attached a blank card for Alex to write a sweet love note to his wife. Alex gets “brownie points” from his wife – and everyone is happy.

This gift giving strategy does require that you have a bit of background knowledge of your recipient. You would not want to make a social faux pas by sending a re-gift bouquet that mentions a wife to a man who is not married, for example.

Depending upon the gentleman who will be receiving your bouquet, you can tailor the message to be more fitting. This flower re-gifting strategy can be used when your recipient has any special lady in his life that he would enjoy giving flowers to, whether that lady is a wife, daughter, girlfriend or mother.


Started in 2001 by Aileen Cassin, Daisy Chain Florist in Castle Hill NSW, specialises in providing unique and stunning floral arrangements for any occasion. Whether you’re looking for your dream wedding bouquet, something to brighten up your next corporate event, or to show someone special how much they mean to you, we can create the perfect arrangement. Daisy Chain Florist offers delivery across the Sydney metropolitan area from our store. We also have a network of florists across Australia and internationally that we can organise delivery through. Call us on (02) 9659 0866 or visit our website at http://www.daisychainflorist.com.au.

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