In the United States, Valentine’s Day is the number one holiday for the fresh flower delivery. Nearly 260 million roses are produced specifically for February 14 alone. In fact, it is estimated that in 2015, close to 40% of the population purchased fresh Valentine’s Day flowers – for a total of $2.1 billion spent on floral arrangements and bouquets.
With so many flowers changing hands-on Valentine’s Day, how can you stand out from the crowd? To make your gift truly special, here are a few pointers:
- Make the First Impression – Everyone loves receiving flowers at work! Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, consider sending your floral gift or arrangement on Friday; what an amazing surprise to kick their weekend off in a gorgeous way. Ordering early guarantees the best selection, and delivering early shows them that your love just cannot wait.
- Mix It Up – While roses are far and away from the most popular flower for the holiday, make your bouquet a showstopper by adding a complementary exotic flower. This gorgeous arrangement of red roses and stargazer lilies is perfect to add a bit of celestial beauty to send to the one you love. Photo: https://www.ahsam.com/starry-eyed-roses-san-mateo/
- Turn Up the Romance – Red roses may be regarded as the quintessential flower of Valentine’s Day, but choosing this nostalgic and fanciful arrangement in pinks, ivories, corals will declare your affection and show that you think they are deserving of a striking bouquet as unique as they are.
- Go Completely Off-Script – Feeling adventurous? If dozens of red roses are too serious, or if you wish to send a bouquet with individual charm, let our expert florists design a one-of-a-kind arrangement with gorgeous fresh cut seasonal flowers that will overwhelm your friend or loved one with color
Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it – get ahead of the crowds and order your bouquets early. There is no better way to say “I Love You” – call Ah Sam Flowers today, and let us help you share the love this Valentine’s Day.