Valentine’s Day Flower Sales Results

Flower Shop Sales Blossom
Even though Valentine’s Day fell on Sunday this year, the vast majority of the flower shop clients we support experienced at least some upward growth in year over year net revenue. Most other flower shops around the country were probably not so lucky. Our bet is that flower shops who depend on the wire services for volume likely felt a sharp decline in sales, deliveries and year over year revenues.

Florists in the U.S. went into this years Valentine’s holiday feeling a bit apprehensive. Some we spoke with were openly discouraged by the floral industry projections for the coming holiday. Historically, the floral industry almost always projects lower than normal holiday sales, anytime Valentine’s falls on a Saturday or Sunday. The Society of American Florists (SAF) put out an article in January of this year, which highlighted industry concerns on this point. The article lays out a pretty compelling case that a very negative […]

Valentine’s Day Marketing For Florists

Marketing For Florists
Valentine’s Day
February 14, 2015
The Flyline Search Marketing team is totally immersed in Valentine’s Day marketing activities for the flower shop owners we support. Our staff is literally working round the clock to ensure every florist in our floral group achieves their financial goals this Valentine’s Day.
4 Days Left Until Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day Online Sales (February 1 – February 10)

Online Sales Generated = 2,837

Online Revenue Generated = $313,582

There are four days remaining in the Valentine’s flower season. If you haven’t purchased Valentine’s flowers for your special someone, you are running out of time. Most small to medium sized flower shops are running out of flowers and delivery capacity. The smallest have likely already taken all of the order volume that they can handle. The larger independent flower shops, like the ones we support, are still able to take and fill orders due to their ability to order direct from the flower growers. The last […]