It is already February and Valentine’s Day is getting closer day by day. Soon after the celebration of Valentine’s Day , another holiday is coming which is President’s Day. If you are involved in Chinese or Oriental culture, you may celebrate Chinese New Year from the end of January through the middle of February (The exact date of Chinese New Year is different from year to year).
Since the United States is the country of immigration, there are so many people having different cultures and ethnical backgrounds. No matter whether it is a legal holiday or not, there are various holidays and events one after another in this country for which floral arrangements are made.
Some are celebrating ethnic events and some are local holidays. Take St. Patrick’s Day for instance, it is a religious and cultural holiday which is celebrated on March 17th. Although it is not a legal holiday in the States, it is widely recognized and many people celebrate this holiday.
If you are a floral designer or learning flower arrangements, you will have lots of opportunities for making various types of floral decorations, each of which should be arranged so it will fit the purpose, feature, culture and background of respective holidays and events.
Therefore I would like to recommend you to establish an annual schedule for you to make each flower arrangement for each holiday and event. This will greatly help you organize your annual schedule no matter in what kind of manner you engage in floral decorations as a hobby, business, donation, volunteer or professional designer whatsoever.
As these holidays are coming every single year, once you have learned floral decorations specifically arranged for respective events, you can repeatedly use the skill and idea for each arrangement.
For those who come from a foreign country, it is a good opportunity to learn about the background of each event without which it is difficult to make a right design of floral decoration.
Our floral design school has students of various ethnical background such as native American people, immigrants from Western Europe, Russia, Latin America and Middle East, India, China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Philippines etc. etc.
Each student has a different cultural background which means the way they celebrate each holiday and event may be different. Take Chinese New Year for instance, the majority of American people do not have a keen interest. Although Japanese people are oriental, they no longer celebrate this traditional holiday since it adopted a solar calendar long time ago although people from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan are still actively celebrating this annual event even in the United States.
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