While Valentine’s Day is done and dusted for 2023, it is never too early to start planning your romantic gesture for 2023.
And let’s be honest, with the way the world is going we could all use something to really look forward to next year and get us through another challenging year.
One of the most popular and well-received gifts for the day of love is valentine’s day flowers.
There really is no right or wrong flower that you can get. At the end of the day, it comes down to the type of message you want to send, their personal preference of flowers, and your budget.
That is why we are here to share with you all the types of flowers you can choose from and a guide on how to select one based on the recipient you are wanting to send them to!
Here is everything you should consider when it comes to selecting a flower that is best to give on Valentine’s Day.
The traditional romantic will really appreciate roses. In fact, a red rose is about as cliché as you can get on Valentine’s Day—especially if it is delivered with a teddy bear and a box of chocolate too! But not all romantics are traditionalists. And not everyone actually likes red roses. That is why it is so exciting that florist shops have discovered how to create unique colored roses such as blue, pink, and even multi-colored ones! That way, you can choose a color rose that the recipient will really love.
- The eternal flower
If you want to spend a lifetime with someone and never want the love to die, why not get an eternal flower? Most commonly engineered as eternity roses, other eternal flowers that are available include hibiscus and peonies! When we say eternal flowers we mean that these flowers are injected with a special formula in their stem to preserve them for a very long time. And the catch is that they also need very little maintenance—if any at all! So this flower is also great for someone who may not have a green thumb and forget to water their flowers.
A girl can never get too many peonies! These beautiful Springtime flowers come in a range of pastel colors that send a sweet message of admiration. They are often a top pick for wedding flower arrangements, so why not get your happily ever after off to a good start early and get your special someone an arrangement of peonies too?
We could all use some sunshine in our life and sunflowers brighten up any room! It is hard not to smile when around these cheerful flowers and are also a great option if you want to get someone who is not your romantic lover flowers for Valentine’s Day without sending mixed messages. Sunflowers also have a longer lifespan and the lucky recipient will surely love to receive them!
White, pure, and simple, lilies are also another great choice for a Valentine’s Day flower. The best ones are delivered before they’ve bloomed, so the lucky recipient can watch the lilies reach their peak when in their new home. These are also a great choice if you want to get your family member, like your mother, flowers on Valentine’s Day.
The good news is that there are so many different types of flowers you can choose for Valentine’s Day next year. Our biggest tip would be to not procrastinate and pre-plan your special delivery. With many of the best floral companies taking orders online many months in advance, why not plan your next floral delivery now before you forget?