For this reason, delivering flowers is a traditional expression of love. The appropriate bouquet is eye-catching, and emotive, and can represent significant moments in a relationship; its transient beauty serves as a reminder to appreciate the sight and smell. Furthermore, it helps a lot to remember that peonies make her think of her grandmother’s garden. Flowers are a joy to give and receive all year long, but on Valentine’s Day, florists and stylists go all out with their creations, and you should do the same.
Here are a few bouquets that are sure to cheer up any loved one if you need some floral inspiration. Because the day of love is about love for everyone, you could choose elegant calla lilies for a fiancé, daisies for a friend, or even sunflowers for your mother. We’ve selected some stunning blossoms here.
Sometimes classic is classic for a reason. Put together a bouquet of long-stemmed red roses and your Valentine won’t be mad about it. For an extra touch, mix red with pink roses, which represent poetic love and admiration
These cheerful beauties are the perfect flowers to send your mom or a friend to brighten their day. Bouqs pairs these oversize blooms with Solidago, a smaller flower, for double the yellow, and double the fun.
Crisp, creamy lilies are unexpected but ultra-sophisticated. Mix these with roses for a unique bouquet or let them stand out on their own. Lilies represent joy, which is exactly what they will deliver to anyone lucky enough to receive a bouquet.
A brilliant bouquet of pink tulips is the perfect gift to give to your true love. While every color of tulip has a different meaning, pink ones are meant to symbolize care and affection.
This delightful Seussical bouquet is perfect for Galentines and Valentines alike. The dried florals will last forever and with every purchase from the Valentine’s Day collection, East Olivia will donate a portion of the proceeds to Childhood USA, an organization founded by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden.
A symbol of devotion and friendship, the alstroemeria flower is a relative of the lily and possesses and subtle scent that your loved one will adore.
For a moody Valentine, the chic and understated midnight Calla Lily might be more her speed. These long-stemmed burgundy calla lilies are total showstoppers.
These white ruffled flowers make for an affectionate bouquet. They might get a bad rep as a supermarket filler flower, but invest in a luxurious bunch, and their true beauty—and subtly spicy scent—blooms.
The anemone, a bright and peppy floral, is not a traditional Valentine’s Day choice, but it’s certainly fresh. Delicate and unexpected, the plant is known to symbolize protection and is a great way to subtly tell your loved one that you care.
The bright, eye-catching ranunculus represents attractiveness and charm and is a perfect way to tell someone they’ve caught your attention. Ranunculus are perfect for the person who lights up a room since these flowers do the same.
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