This year for Sweetest Day, take some time out to show the special people in your life that you appreciate them by sending them a beautiful floral arrangement from 'The Flower Alley'. We have stunning fresh flowers ready to send out on a surprise delivery, options for seasonal plants, specialty chocolates, candles and more! Even more items are available in store - Please call us for custom orders at (248)305-9190 : Sweetest Day is quickly approaching shop now for this weekend. Saturday October 17th!
What is Sweetest Day and Who is it celebrated for? Sweetest Day is a holiday every year on the third of October, primarily only in the Mid-West.
The first Sweetest Day was October 8, 1921 in Cleveland, OH. It originally was a generous way to show love and appreciation to the less fortunate, who you personally felt were neglected by the community. It was a way to bring happiness to those in society who were often forgotten or unloved.
Nowadays, Sweetest Day is a day to shower the ones you love with gifts and make them feel special, just like Valentine's Day! Even though, many people believe that Sweetest Day is for the guy and Valentine's Day is for the girl, that's not true - It's just another day to show love, respect, and appreciation for family, friends, and loved ones.
Sweetest Day can be celebrate by all! This year, more than ever, we can also extend sweetest day to it's original roots - Is there someone in your community who needs a little extra love? Someone who is alone and may feel forgotten? Or someone you know who may just need a little bit of happiness sent their way!
Our store is stocked with exclusive chocolates and candies like sea salt caramels, truffles, gourmet chocolate bars, hostess gift sets, hot chocolate, premium caramels, chocolate covered cherries, french macaroons, specialty popcorn, michigan made toffee and much more! We are much more than just a flower shop, stop in and shop at your favorite Novi Family Owned Business.
Shop early - We will sell out of select items prior to Saturday October 17th