National Floral Design Day
National Floral Design Day is observed on February 28 of every year. Everyone loves flowers, and there are a lot of things that can be done using flowers. Floral Design is a creative and distinctive art form; National Floral Design Day is dedicated to this special art form. This unique Floral design art form is a very important art form for thousands of years; it may be seen in a decorating work, drawing or painting, bridal bouquet, in a textile, or a floral or garden arrangement.
“Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower” – Hans Christian Andersen.
History of National Floral Design Day
National Floral Design Day was initially established as a unique method of celebrating the birthday of Carl Rittner; he founded the Rittners School of Floral Design about 60 years ago in Boston. Carl Rittner is an explorer in floral art education. National Floral Design Day became an official day in the year 1995 after Governor of Massachusetts, William F. Weld announced this day officially as Floral Design Day. Floral Design art form has a variety of styles that reflect various cultural, social, and religious trends. It is believed that like many other art forms, the floral design has traditional roots in the Egyptian temple contribution to gods. Then as the year’s pass, this Floral design art changed having different unique traditions and customs. This Floral Designinduasrty is a multi-billion dollar industry that contributes a lot to our economy.
Other Celebrations on February 28
February 28 is also celebrated as
- Inconvenience Yourself Day
- National Chocolate Souffle Day
- National Tooth Fairy Day
- National Public Sleeping Day
How to Celebrate National Floral Design Day
On National Floral Design Day, show your floral design skills and creativity to your family members and friends by creating a fantastic floral design with flowers or by drawing or painting pictures of floral designs. Take pictures of your creativity and post it on social media and also share your thoughts about the day with others on social media by using the hashtag #FloralDesignDay.