We Operate 4 Flower Shops In The Columbus Ohio Area and offer Same Day Flower Delivery
Columbus, Ohio | Reynoldsburg Ohio | Westerville Ohio | Whitehall Ohio
Flowerama Columbus has grown to be recognized as an industry leader and is well respected across the country as one of the best flower shops in the country. We have been selected as a Consumers’ Choice winner seven out of the last 8 years.
Our company is a locally owned and operated florist with four flower shop locations in the greater Columbus, OH area. We offer the best selection of farm fresh flowers, plants and gifts in town. Choose from local same-day or express flower delivery service. Flowerama Columbus has been voted “Best Florist in Columbus” on numerous occasions. Most recently in 2018
We operate four floral design centers in the area, including flower shops in Columbus, Reynoldsburg, Westerville and Whitehall. Our company is family owned and operated by the Ozment family. They live in the greater Columbus area. If you visit any of our floral design centers, you are likely to meet some of the members of the Ozment family. Many of them work in the flower shops. We focus on high quality, value pricing, and convenient locations. We love what we do, and are proud of our reputation. With four locations in central Ohio we are one of the premier florists in our region.
There are so many occasions and reasons why sending flowers is the appropriate gesture and each occasion often calls for a unique floral arrangement or gift. Flowerama Columbus has a wide variety of products. Each one specially designed to show thoughtfulness and caring.
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Christmas Wreaths, Flowers and Decorations
There is much symbolism surrounding Christmas decorations. For example a wreath represents eternity. This is because of its circular shape which signifies it has no beginning and no end. In addition, Christmas wreaths are traditionally made from evergreen leaves. The evergreen tree does not shed its leaves in the winter thus symbolizing eternal life.
Christmas decorations colors also bear meaning. Historians think the tradition of displaying Christmas decorations dates back to the 15th century. Then in London it was a custom that homes and parish churches display ivy, holly and other various natural decorations. People felt that the heart-shaped leaves of ivy symbolized Jesus coming to earth and that holly provided protection against witches. Plus its thorns and red berries represented the Crown of Thorns worn by Jesus at his crucifixion.
The traditional selection of red, green and gold decorations is purposeful also. Gold is one of the first colors associated with Christmas. It symbolizes royalty as it was one of the three gifts of the Magi. Red symbolizes the blood of Jesus shed during crucifixion. And again green symbolizes eternal life as it comes from the evergreen tree.
In 1839 a Lutheran priest by the name of Johann Wichern came up with the idea to use a wagon wheel to symbolize the approach of Christmas. Using the wheel he would use red and white candles to reflect the Advent season. In the Roman Catholic Church, the season of Advent is four Sundays in December each one taking on a different theme:
- On the First Sunday, the church looks forward to the Second Coming of Christ.
- On the Second Sunday, the church reviews the message that John the Baptist preached. His message was for Christians to “prepare the way of the Lord”.
- On the Third Sunday, which is referred to as Gaudete Sunday, the theme is again surrounding the joy Christians have by the coming of the Saviour.
- On the Fourth Sunday, the theme is about Mary and Joseph and how the events led up to the birth of Jesus.
Hanukkah will begin at sunset on Thursday, December 1oth and ends on December 18th this year. As the Hebrew calendar uses the lunar cycle, Jewish holidays often change annually. This religious Jewish holiday is an eight day festival that has its basis surrounding the commemoration of the re-dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem. This re-dedication was the result of a group of Jewish warriors that defeated the Greek armies that were occupying the Temple. This festival celebrates the triumph of light over darkness and of spirituality over materiality.
Flowerama Columbus would be honored to assist you in selecting wonderful Christmas or Hanukkah flowers, wreaths and gifts. Our professional floral designers are extremely creative and talented!
Peace and Light Hanukkah Bouquet
Not only does Flowerama Columbus have a spectacular array of holiday flowers and wreathes but in the Spring of 2013, Cheryl’s Cookies and Flowerama Columbus teamed up to offer Cheryl’s cookie delivery anywhere in Columbus Ohio. Available for sale and consumption at the Reynoldsburg, Westerville, and Columbus Flowerama locations with the Whitehall Flowerama location coming soon. The perfect marriage of two great companies; our customers now have a choice between the freshest flowers or the freshest cookies and they can all be delivered the same day throughout Columbus.
No matter what your need, the Flowerama Columbus convenient online ordering system available by logging into Floweramacolumbus.com also offers same day delivery of fresh flowers and roses across town and throughout the United States! Orders that are placed on line or over the phone will be processed immediately and filled through the local Flowerama store or through the Teleflora network of fine florists.
Thank you for reading our blog! Please allow us the opportunity to become your trusted florist and to help make your holiday season beautiful with our floral products.