Men need an easy option when it comes to valentines day and buying valentines flowers. National statistics show that flowers are going to be their first choice of gifts for their loved ones. Modern times leave me questioning how traditional we really are? 2017 is a year of crisp, clean and even vintage trends and I am not sure the red rose is going to be as popular as it once was?
blush, white or even lilac is a great color palette to replace red with when choosing valentines flowers. Women are turning to social media more than ever to flaunt bouquets of blooms presented from their loved ones and the likely hood of an image trend styling pale petals against fresh backgrounds is imminent already.
The rose will always be the “go to” valentines flower but by asking your florist to mix different varieties and sizes will give off a vintage look. Team your chosen selection of roses with green foliage and petite bundles of Gypsophila and your bouquet should be ready to dazzle the maiden of your dreams!
By choosing valentines flowers that are presented in a gift case or box means you can give two gifts and score double house points. Flowers that are given along with a vase to display them in are always a winner or flowers that are tucked nicely into a charming case or box can always look so much more appealing if making up the gift yourself rather than through a florist.
Choose wisely for the person you are buying for and try to visual their personality against the type of flower and color you are thinking about sending to them. For instance, you are more likely to choose roses for your wife and a potted plant for your Mother. For your Daughter you may want to choose some blooms that are light-hearted and bright, giving off a sense of fun and humor.
Choose a plant
why should valentines flowers have to consist of a bouquet? Break the tradition and send a potted rose bush instead. I would much prefer something i can plant into the garden and watch flower time and time again.
Happy Valentine’s day from our family to yours!