National Floral Design Day
National Floral Design Day is a day to celebrate the floral design industry and all those who work in it. This holiday commemorates the first National Floral Designer Day, which was established by President Franklin Roosevelt on February 28, 1933. The date of this event was chosen because it is also George Washington’s birthday – an important figure in American history. National Floral Designer Day has been celebrated annually every year since then on this date with events taking place throughout the country including competitions for flower arranging and floral design that are open to anyone interested in participating.
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History Of National Floral Design Day
The Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston was founded by Carl Rittner over 60 years ago. To celebrate this milestone, they hosted a one-day convention called “Floral Design Day” that brought together floral designers from all around the world to share ideas and show off their work with others who identify themselves as such
– The event included lectures about trends across various categories like weddings or church decorating so attendees could learn more insights into designing these types of events; workshops focusing on specific techniques such as silk weaving which allows you to use natural materials other than a thread for borders instead; and showcases of the best designs submitted by students who had studied under Rittner.
– The event was so successful it became an annual tradition, with subsequent “Floral Design Days” taking place around February 28th every year on George Washington’s birthday (the school also changed their name to The Rittner School Of Floral Design).
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– In 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt declared February 28th National Floral Design Day to commemorate the event and in recognition of George Washington’s birthday. This day is now celebrated every year with floral design events all across the country for everyone interested in participating in them.
With the help of Mr.Rittner, they’ve created an event in its own right that should be observed just as Floral Design Day was before it began to lose popularity among retailers and designers who no longer had any use for what type of showings there were on this day every year when people came out solely due to their love floral design whether or not they sold anything at all themselves while enjoying complimentary coffee served by one company during registration time.
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HOW TO OBSERVE #FloralDesignDay
You can make a big impact with your floral design skills. If you’re looking for inspiration, give shout-outs to some of the world’s best designers! Search Google and find creative ways that would work in your or someone else’s space – there are so many options out there nowadays. Share your ideas and designs on social media using #FloralDesignDay.
Use the hashtag to search for others’ floral design work, but don’t forget to add some of your own!
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There are so many ways you can get involved with National Floral Design Day – it doesn’t even need to be a holiday that requires an entire day off to celebrate.
– If you’re a professional designer, enter your best designs in contests or upload them into the Google Gallery where anyone can vote on their favorites! If you don’t have any of these events taking place locally, create one yourself by hosting an event at home with family and friends – surely there’s something everyone could enjoy whether.