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Posted by Bice's Florist on October 11, 2016 | Last Updated: October 12, 2016 floral design Halloween

Halloween Designs and Fun Treats

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For many people, Halloween is their favorite time of the year. Jack-o’lanterns, candy, spooky scenes – it all speaks to the fun and festivity represented this time of the year. And whether you have little ones or not, everyone seems to celebrate this holiday in one way or the other. What is your Halloween style? At Bice’s Florist, we have the Halloween designs and treats to make everyone happy.

Halloween designsWe had some fun when creating our latest Halloween floral design. Inspired by the theatrical hit – and one of the wickedest witches of all time – our Wicked Bouquet is a devilishly beautiful combination of fresh flowers in green and black. No need for a broomstick to deliver this amazing piece, however -simply give us a call.

If your tastes are a bit more traditional, we’ll be happy to custom create a fall arrangement that is so amazing it’s scary! Whether a sophisticated bouquet of roses and lilies or a ceramic planter with hardy mums and kalanchoe, the trick-or-treaters will be greeted at your door in style.

halloween designsIf you and your friends are a little old for going door-to-door, yet you’ve never really gotten over the sweet side of Halloween – we have the perfect solution. These baskets of candy deliver all of the treats without any threat of a trick, and are appropriate for everyone – from a colleague to a teacher to your best friend! This Halloween, bring back the memories of the good old days, by sending a delivery of candy straight to their door – no costume required.

However you celebrate the Halloween season, you’ll find a hauntingly good gift at Bice’s Florist. Get into the spirit of the season and decorate your home or office with beautiful Halloween designs, and don’t forget the candy. After all, just because we grew up doesn’t mean we have to stop believing in the magic. In Fort Worth, your Halloween celebrations begin here.