Get in The Holiday Spirit with Our Fresh Halloween Floral Gifts! (DISCOUNTS BELOW)

Mayfield Florist Halloween is the most popular fall holiday for adults and children alike. The creepy costumes, decorations, and haunted houses have been around for hundreds of years. As it turns out, Halloween flowers have been around even longer! While we do not recommend giving your kids a bouquet with severed heads or bloody skulls trick-or-treating, these Halloween Floral Gifts will make great centerpieces at your party or as an addition to any table setting during your celebration tonight.   SPECIAL DISCOUNT OFFERS - USE ON MAIN WEBSITE       Halloween Floral Gift Ideas You can never go wrong with flowers. Whether it is for a special occasion or just because, your loved ones will appreciate any flower arrangement you get them. However, if you want to add an extra spooky element to your gift, try these Halloween-themed bouquets: Spider Bouquet: This bouquet is perfect for the spider lover in your life. It includes black and orange roses, as well as a few spiders (fake, of course). Bat Bouquet: For those who love bats, this bouquet is sure to be a hit. It includes orange roses, mini carnations and ferns. You can also add some purple hydrangeas for extra flair. Monster Bouquet: This bouquet is perfect for kids who love monsters. It includes black roses, purple carnations and orange teddy bears. You can also add some brown hydrangeas to complete the look. History of Halloween Halloween is a holiday that is celebrated on the night of 31 October. It has its roots in the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, which was held on this date in honor of the dead. The Celts believed that on 1 November (the beginning of winter) their spirits would travel across an invisible boundary into our world and wreak havoc on humans who were still alive; therefore, they carved faces into turnips or potatoes to scare away these evil spirits. Today's Halloween traditions are thought to have been influenced by these practices: trick-or-treating for candy takes place at night because it was safer than during daytime hours; jack o'lanterns were originally carved from turnips or potatoes so people could see them better at night; bobbing for apples originated when children dipped their heads into tubs full of water while attempting to grab apples floating there--just like how ghosts can't cross running water! Halloween is a day of celebration for witches and other magic-users. It's also the time when ghosts and spirits are believed to be able to walk through our world freely! On Halloween, many people dress up in costumes to look like scary creatures or evil spirits--some even go so far as to disguise their voices with helium so they sound high pitched. This is done in order to scare people and have fun! In the United States, Halloween is celebrated on October 31st and is a day when children dress up in costumes and go door to door trick-or-treating. This holiday has [...]