Think Pink Flowers and Plants During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Throughout the Finger Lakes and Rochester area, there are numerous events for October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month that help raise awareness and provide support to fight this disease. Despite COVID-19, this year is no different except some events are virtual while others have been modified.  There are still plenty of ways to get involved and do your part to help friends, family members, colleagues, neighbors, and others around you with their fight against breast cancer. Your social media channels and profiles, for example, are a powerful way to get the word out about the importance of early detection, fundraisers and events where others can help, and organizations that are here to help. If you have time, you may also want to volunteer and get involved in some of these events. Or, if you know people that are fighting the disease, maybe you can help them out by driving them to chemo or filling in with family needs when they need to rest and recover. Even the smallest gestures can make a difference. And, those gestures include thoughtful ways to show your love and support for others like sending pink flowers to a breast cancer survivor or to one who is currently fighting the disease so they stay focused on the positive.  For our Finger Lakes flower shops, Breast Cancer Awareness Month is very important because we have all been touched by it in some way, including some of our beloved customers. What better than a pink-themed bouquet, flower arrangement, or blooming plant for adding a smile to your recipient's face? We have all types of sizes, styles, and flower combinations, including pastel and boldly colored rose arrangements in different quantities. We even have an official breast cancer floral design. Our "Pink Grace" bouquet is a wonderful way to celebrate that [...]

By |2020-10-09T21:34:53+00:00October 4th, 2020|Breast Cancer Awareness|Comments Off on Think Pink Flowers and Plants During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Think Pink During October with Breast Cancer Awareness Bouquets

Rockcastle Florist The Finger Lakes Florist That Cares About Community Rockcastle Florist is one of the premier floral design firms in the Finger Lakes area of New York. We operate multiple flower shops in the area. Our Rochester and Canandaigua flower shops are both open to the public for in-store shopping for gifts, weddings, and special occasions. Our flower shop has been voted "Best Florist in the Finger Lakes" on numerous occasions. We focus on our customers and the communities we serve, getting involved in important issues and looking to raise awareness and funds, where necessary, to help as many as possible. October is Breast Cancer Awareness. During this month, we encourage everyone to Think Pink by participating in local awareness and fundraising events as well as sending and sharing pink flower arrangements that call attention to this curable disease. We've put together a Breast Cancer Awareness flower collection to help you decorate for events as well as give to those fighting and winning their breast cancer challenge. It's also a good way to remember loved ones who lost their fight. Here are some of our Think Pink bouquets: Pink Hope and Courage Embrace Breast Cancer Awareness Month with this bouquet designed specifically for the occasion. A pink cylinder vase holds pink roses and lilies along with greenery. Bubbling Over Bouquet This pink-themed bouquet includes pink roses, lavender alstroemeria, lavender carnations, purple daisy spray chrysanthemums, seeded eucalyptus and lemon leaf. This Think Pink bouquet arrives in our exclusive Bubbling Over Cylinder. Posh Pinks This compact, yet elegant floral display contains hot pink roses, pale pink lilies, and other seasonal flowers. She's Lovely This sweet pink basket arrangement of pink flowers and accents makes a nice. gift or even a centerpiece for your Breast Cancer Awareness event. Order today or contact us to create [...]

By |2019-10-06T18:22:00+00:00October 6th, 2019|Breast Cancer Awareness|Comments Off on Think Pink During October with Breast Cancer Awareness Bouquets
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