We know that Valentine’s Day is about many things. There is that passion and romance feeling in the air and we all want to do everything we can to make this day memorable. Well, there is no Valentine’s Day without flowers. Even if you have this amazing day planned for your better half, it’s going to come down to whether you have some flowers or not. It’s a rookie mistake to forget flowers but it does happen every now and then.
The following is a simple guide to help you get the best flowers for your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
”Happiness held is the seed; Happiness shared is the flower.” - John Harrigan
The type of flower you send will symbolize many things. Long-stemmed roses are very popular but before you send them, take a moment to think about a few things. Who are you sending these flowers to? Is it a friend, a family member, or a romantic partner? If you are sending flowers to a friend, don’t send long-stemmed red roses. Yellow would be much more suitable for friendship. The same applies for family members. Red is the color of romance and should only be sent to someone who you are romantically involved with.
There is no doubt that red roses are the first choice that comes to mind when you are thinking about Valentine’s Day gifts but there are also other romantic and equally breathtaking flowers you can send. Purple orchids, in particular, are a great choice. They are unique, romantic, and breathtaking. If you are thinking of doing something different this Valentine’s Day, you can consider sending purple orchids to your partner. She will really appreciate the out of the box thought.
Sunflowers are not usually given on Valentine’s Day but they are a great choice for friendships. If you have a close friend or a family member and you want to appreciate them this Valentine’s Day, instead of going for the more romantic red roses, you can send a strong message of love and appreciation with yellow sunflowers. There is a thin line that needs to be walked very carefully when sending flowers to friends and family and yellow sunflowers will never go wrong.
Despite the various alternatives to red roses that we have given above, there are still many people who would love to get red flowers on Valentine’s Day. However, if the final order of roses has just been taken or perhaps you are tired of long-stemmed roses, you can consider red tulips. Red tulips are perfect for any romantic relationship. This is the flower bouquet that you should give to your true love. It’s different from the ordinary red roses and delivers a strong message of love and appreciation to the one who receives it.
We understand that carnations are very common flowers and you rarely see them on Valentine’s Day. They are more popular with Mother’s Day or Christmas Day celebrations. But you can decide to break away from tradition and give them away during Valentine’s Day. Spontaneity can have a measure of romance in itself and going for carnations as opposed to the traditional flowers for Valentine’s Day could add an exciting edge to your romance.
You may also decide to go with white daisies. Yes, they are simple and relatively out of touch with Valentine’s Day but if you are sending flowers to a friend or someone who you just started dating, this would be the ideal flower bouquet to go for.
Choosing the right flowers is an essential part of Valentine’s Day. Many people don’t give it much thought and simply go with red roses. However, as you can see from the list above, there are many other options. Of course, if you know what your loved one’s favorite flower is, that’s always the best option!
Are you sending flowers to someone for Valentine’s Day this year? What type? Let us know in the comments below!