Romantic Flowers for Valentines Day

Updated: Feb 16

Sending flowers on Valentine's Day is a timeless gesture of romance & affection


The tradition of giving flowers on Valentine's Day dates back to the late 17th century!


Let me guide you through some of my favourites.

Red Roses

The Rose, has its symbolism rooted in love and passion. The Red Rose in particular has been a favourite during Valentines for as long as I can remember, and the Romans, who turned Aphrodite into their goddess Venus, kept the rose as her symbol of love and beauty and there it became the obvious choice for the day of L O V E.


Pink Roses

There are many different types and colours of this well-known and well-loved flower and there are some who prefer a softer style bouquet cue the Pink Rose, more often associated with grace, joy, and happiness if your special someone loves pink then order them a bouquet they'll love.


Tulips typically symbolise love, passion and romance but as with many flowers, each colour has a special meaning, for example; a mix of different coloured tulips symbolises grace and elegance, whilst red signifies love and romance. If you're loving for a flower synonymous with Spring time and also love, order a big ol' bunch of Tulips!


Carnations are available in a wide range of colours and with its symbolism rooted in love, it can make a popular choice for special occasions such as Valentines Day and Weddings. I often include these beautiful, frilly and long lasting blooms in my Natalie's Choice bouquets and if you're not sure what to order this Valentines, order this and I'll make you something beautiful.


Lisianthus represent admiration and also symbolise charisma and gratitude, the perfect addition to any bouquet when you are wanting to show love, respect, acknowledgement and acceptance.


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