Take so many pictures that you’ll be asking yourself what you’re going to do with all of them and it might not still be enough. Sometimes it’s easier to have someone with you so they can take the pictures and post to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in real-time. Part of the fun in the day is watching people's reactions as it happens!
Use Facebook and Instagram live.
Besides being able to let your fans and followers watch you hand out flowers and smiles to strangers, both of those platforms give preference to using that medium and you’ll get a better reach. Be sure to go live for more than just a couple minutes so your followers can be alerted to your live broadcast.
Instagram stories is also a great way to get the word out and you can also tag your location & use hashtags so people searching specific locations or tags will see your story even if they aren't one of your followers.
Stop by local businesses in the area to drop of bouquets.
Some of the best advertising is still word of mouth and who better to give a recommendation than other local businesses in your area. It’s not only starting a great relationship with the owners & employees when they think to order flowers but also new customers being made from a personal recommendation.
Contact your local media.
Local media outlets are typically very receptive to positive events taking place in the community, so be sure to contact them and let them know when and where you are going to be and what will be taking place. They will probably request interviews and photo ops, so be sure to have someone available for media relations.
Fun facts about flowers to share.
According to studies performed by researchers from Rutgers University and La Salle University: flowers have a positive effect on emotions.