Mancuso's Florist Blog

Mancuso's Florist Blog

Posted by frankmancusos on November 21, 2020 | Last Updated: November 27, 2020 Christmas Flowers Gifts Holiday Decor Holiday Flowers Holiday Gifts Holidays

🎄 Holiday Floral, Decor, & Gift Guides From Mancuso’s Florist

Some of the best things about the holiday season are the food, the decor, and gifts! Yes, goodwill towards all, happiness, and joy are pretty great, too, but shopping for the perfect gift, hanging decorations, and enjoying great food with family and loved ones takes the cake (no pun intended). Here at Mancuso’s Florists, St. Clair Shores best florist, we love the holiday season! So much so, that we assembled all of our best holiday-themed blogs for you here, where you will discover decorating tips, inspired gift ideas, amazing holiday flowers, and more! Have a Happy Holiday Season!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Your Friends at Mancuso’s Florist!

From our family at Mancuso’s Florist to all of our wonderful friends and customers, thank you for another terrific year! We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year!

Brighten Your House with These Vibrant Winter Blooms

Although St. Clair Shores is too cold to grow much of anything outside during the winter, there is plenty of gardening you can do indoors when the weather turns frigid. In fact, at Mancuso’s Florist, indoor gardening is one of our favorite winter activities.

Decorating with Holly – December’s Birth Flower

The holidays are upon us, and winter’s knocking at the door. Naturally, our expert floral designers at Mancuso’s, serving St. Clair Shores and the surrounding areas, have been busy dreaming up new ways to use holly, the December birth flower, to deck the halls.

Still Shopping? It’s Not Too Late to Find the Perfect Gift at Mancuso’s

Christmas is days away – that’s great news for many of us, but it also means that those who put off their Christmas shopping until the last minute are beginning to panic.

Celebrate National Poinsettia Day with Mancuso’s Florist

National Poinsettia Day is Wednesday, December 12 and Mancuso’s Florist is here to help you celebrate the iconic red holiday plant that has become an unmistakable symbol of the season.

Looking for the Perfect Holiday Gift? Mancuso’s Florist Has Your Answer!

It’s beginning to a lot like Christmas here at Mancuso’s. We’re working hard to prepare for the holiday rush, but we’re never too busy to help you pick out the perfect gift for someone special on your list.

National Poinsettia Day – December 12

Today is National Poinsettia Day. If you think this is just another one of those wacky observance days that seem to take place every single day of the year (yesterday was both National Mountain Day, and National Light a Candle Day) you’re in for a surprise.

Flowers Are the Best Way to Beat the Holiday Blues

From shopping and decorating to making travel plans and remembering loved ones no longer with us, it isn’t hard for even the jolliest elf to get a touch of the holiday blues.

Ready, Set… Shop!

With the elections this time around to take up some of the attention – and more importantly, the good TV commercial spots, it was practically the middle of November until the full-fledged barrage of ‘all-things-holidays’ really got a foothold.

Last Minute Shopping Solutions – Don’t Just Point, Click and Hope

Online shopping has forever changed the way we buy Christmas presents. It’s no longer necessary to fight for a parking spot at the mall or spend countless hours standing in crowded checkout lines.

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The holiday season is well underway, but do you have all of your shopping done yet? Remember, the number of shopping days left is quickly diminishing – Christmas is only two weeks away!

Decorate like a Pro This Holiday Season with Mancuso’s

Whether you decorate like Clark Griswold or simply put up a tree and hang some stockings and call it good, a little planning and some careful attention to detail can go a long way in turning your home into a winter wonderland.