Kübra Çiçekçilik

“Flower” is not only the most beautiful word in every language, but also the most charming way to affect somebody. The freshness of childhood, the beauty of youth, the sentiment of adulthood; all these are expressed by “flowers”. The most beautiful flowers for the mother, red roses for the beloved, the nicely smelling spring flowers for friends, with flowers we simply say a lot more then words would ever do.

The deepest thoughts, wishes, complaints, and needs, things that would need so many words to explain can be put across by a beautiful bunch of flowers. In good times flowers makes one happier and in bad times they let one know that ones sorrow is shared. Things that one could not dare to say are easily mediated through flowers.

Definitely there is somebody or somewhere you would wish to express your feelings or say something. KÜBRA CICEK is here for you to let that special person(s) get your message through a beautiful bunch of flowers.

KÜBRA CICEK, which is making people happy with flowers since 1994, is just a telephone call or a click away from you. Call us or order online and we will let our beautiful flowers express your thoughts and wishes to your beloved ones even if they are on the other side of the world. We hope that all your life is like a beautiful flower.

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Taken: 25/05/2009
Uploadet: 19/10/2009
Opdateret: 28/01/2015


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