Hello, Valentine’s Day! The holiday that somehow manages to sneak up on you ever year. It's easy to get caught up in chocolates and dinner dates, but don't forget that fresh flowers hand-delivered before the big day amplifies your thoughtful message. A study from Rutgers University found that flowers consistently deliver a "True Smile" to the recipient. Love is in the air, so why not elicit an extra happy response from your loved one through fresh, hand-delivered flowers. Flowers are a great start when you're coming up with Valentine's Day gift ideas, but make sure your gift sends the right message to your recipient.
I Love You. Roses and carnations are the flowers of love, but throw in some festive pink or white lilies, and the perfume adds even more romance to your bouquet. Our most popular flowers that say "I Love You" included below.
I Appreciate You. Best friends, Mum, teachers, and people who have an impact on your life will appreciate a bouquet of flowers with the appropriate sentimental message. Roses can be acceptable for closer relations like friends and mum, but to show appreciation for someone you haven't known your whole life, consider daisies, carnations, and alstroemeria. Our most popular flowers that say "I Appreciate You" included below.
I Want to Get to Know You More. First date jitters? Only known your girl/fella for a few weeks, but don't know if flowers are too soon to send? You don't want to come across as moving to swiftly, but you also want to show that you care and want to continue to get to know this person. Flowers can be a great way to say that, if done properly. A simple, subtle bouquet with a small keepsake says worlds of appreciation and interest, without sending the message of strong romantic interest just yet. Save your roses and lilies for a time when you are ready to say the big L-O-V-E. Our most popular arrangements for showing him/her you are interested, but you know it's too early for roses included below.