Raleigh, NC, November 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- North Raleigh Florist (http://www.northraleighflorist.com), located at 7457 Six Forks Road, has announced the release of a podcast offering advice on Thanksgiving floral arrangements, with insight into current holiday trends. In the podcast, Janice Cutler, president and owner of North Raleigh Florist, discusses the most popular Thanksgiving floral requests, how to incorporate seasonal fruits and vegetables into arrangements, the best flower choices for creating either a traditional or modern feel, and the best centerpieces for both small and large tables. The podcast is available at: http://bit.ly/uMY5V8.
“Thanksgiving is a time where our customers really want to wow family and friends with beautiful seasonal arrangements,” said Cutler. “North Raleigh Florist can help create a festive feel with flowers suited to any budget or individual preference.”
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About North Raleigh Florist:
North Raleigh Florist, owned by Janice Cutler, former owner of Montgomery’s Florist from 1996-2001, is committed to providing only the finest floral arrangements and gifts. Located at 7457 Six Forks Road in Raleigh, the firm is convenient to North Hills and Crabtree Valley Mall, local businesses and a host of special-event locations. Honored by Metro Magazine with a MetroBravo! Award in 2008, 2009 and 2011, and named Best Florist by Independent Weekly’s 2010 Best of the Triangle awards, North Raleigh Florist is a full-service florist specializing in fabulous containers with elaborate designs for any occasion, and always offers the latest trends in floral design. The firm offers a variety of services including fresh flowers, silk flowers and plants for any occasion for local delivery and out of town ordering, in addition to a Sunday on-call option for sympathy work. For more information on North Raleigh Florist, please visit http://www.northraleighflorist.com or call (919) 847-3381 or (800) 447-5435.
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