Valentine's Day Flowers
Posted on January 18 2017
Attention all Garden of Eden fans: Valentine's Day is less than a month away! While it may seem out of reach, it will creep up on you before you know it. We are already taking orders, so to help get you ready, we have provided this guide to getting your girl the right Valentine’s Day flowers. Enjoy! For The Wife: If you are in a marriage, chances are that you want to do something special this Valentine’s Day for your one and only. It doesn’t matter how long you have been married—only the fact that you both made a vow counts. So, as to kindle that romance once more and to tell her how you feel about her, we recommend giving her something that will send her a strong message, say a bouquet of red roses and perhaps a dozen chocolate covered strawberries. You really can’t go overboard here, so we say you go all out. For the Girlfriend: Unlike with the previous, you do not need to necessarily go all out with your girlfriend, but be sure to put forth a significant effort that shows her that she is worth keeping. Get her a bouquet of her favorite flowers, or if you have not been dating for too long or if you do not know what her favorites are, a generic arrangement of roses, tulips, and sunflowers will be great. In this scenario, it is extremely important to know what you feel for this person, and to communicate with your florist about it as to not send the wrong message. For the Crush: Light and simple is the best way for the crush or the “it’s kind of complicated” scenario. You can still cover your bases by giving a bouquet of “light” flowers, like sunflowers or tulips. We say to stay away from roses as they normally convey a deeper message, but it is totally up to you. No matter what you plan to gift for this coming Valentine’s Day, know that your florist will be your best friend, and will help to find the perfect gift for the special person in your life. Just come on in and have a short chat with us, and we will sure set you up on your way toward a very memorable Valentine’s Day!