All posts tagged Valentine’s Day

Rose Trivia

In honor of Valentine’s Day, and because there will likely be many roses sent and received for this special holiday, we thought we’d give you a bit of rose trivia to celebrate. Roses are universal symbols of love. Most everyone knows that roses represent adoration, desire, friendship, and other forms of love that one person can have for another. But, roses offer more meanings and they come with some interesting stories. The following are some pieces of rose trivia we thought you’d like to know about. Continue reading [...]

Same-Day Flower Delivery for Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentines Day, do you need same-day flower delivery? If you are empty-handed on the big day, here are a few delivery services who may be able to help you out with same day flower delivery! Continue reading [...]

Our Favorite Valentines Day Fabric Flowers DIY Tutorials

Valentines Day is fast upon us and many creative crafters are looking for fabric flower DIY options to show the special someone in their life that they put a lot into their gift. We have rounded up 5 of our favorite tutorials to share with you. Continue reading [...]

Edible Arrangements and Bouquets for Valentines Day

While flowers are always a fun and classic way to show appreciation to that special someone on Valentines Day, edible arrangements and bouquets are a unique way to surprise your love with the unexpected. Continue reading [...]

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts

Did February fly by before you knew it? Suddenly it is the day before (or the day of - eek!) Valentine's Day and you have nary a token of love for your beloved. Luckily, we have a few tips and tricks to help you out of this little pickle. Continue reading [...]

Why Do We Send Flowers on Valentine’s Day

Why do we send Valentine flowers? For how long has a Valentine bouquet been an accepted - some may say expected - way to declare the love we have for the special person in our lives? Do Valentine flower displays mean something? Read on to find out... Continue reading [...]