7 Floral Arrangements Perfect For Rush Valentine's Day Flower Delivery

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Valentine’s Day, the day of love and romance, is coming soon, and with it come chocolates, romantic dinners, and lots of flowers! Every year, numerous people order flowers for their Valentine ahead of time, sending beautiful bouquets, vases, and arrangements. Varieties of flowers can be found delivered to offices and homes all over the country. Still more flowers are ordered to be brought in person on Valentine’s dates, parties, and other holiday happenings. It is a busy day for flowers!

Flowers are never too busy for love, though. Maybe you weren’t sure flowers were the right gift. Maybe it’s a new romance, and you didn’t know which flowers were your Valentine’s favorite. Maybe you just met your Valentine on Valentine’s Day, and want to show them they’ve caught your heart. Or maybe the day just crept up on you, and you find yourself scrambling at the last minute (hey, it happens!). Ordering flowers for Valentine’s Day at the last minute is almost as much of a tradition as the holiday itself, and we’ve got you covered!

Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day flowers to make sure your Valentine is recognized, even if you can’t place your order until the last minute:

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Pink Elegance Bouquet

Roses (Of Course!)

Roses are so common on Valentine’s Day that they are almost the official rose of love. Red roses are most common, but white, yellow or pink roses can also make for an alluring arrangement. Roses are the most popular because they’ve long been associated with love and passion, a reputation that transferred to the modern age through Victorian era floriography. Also called the “language of flowers,” it is a system of love messages using flowers in bouquets as symbols of love, courtship, and romance. The rose will always be the queen of love, whether the bouquet is for a lover or a loved one. A box of long-stemmed roses can easily be ordered and delivered to your Valentine, even if you need it in a hurry.

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Stargazer Lilies

Stargazer Lilies in a Vase

These beautiful, fragrant flowers are a relatively recent addition to the lily family, being a hybrid of Asiatic lilies and Oriental ones. However, lilies have as long a history as roses, representing motherhood, purity, and innocence. Pink lilies add a dash of romance, and stargazers themselves also have a beautiful scent that inspires feelings of love. Lilies in general could be a great choice, but stargazer lilies could be perfect for that budding new romance that you hope blossoms into something more. They can be matched with like-colored garnish flowers in a decorated vase for a pretty pink statement of affection.

A Bouquet of Carnations

The official flower of January finds itself all over romance, from wedding ceremonies in China to prom corsages all over the United States. They were worn as garlands in ancient Rome, and were used in Victorian floriography. A corsage or lapel pin could be a perfect flower gift for younger Valentines, while a gift of carnations to loved ones such as moms or grandmothers can say “I love you” very thoughtfully. Lovers need not dismiss carnations either - pink, white, and red carnations are symbols of courtship and affection that can be given in a bouquet by themselves or arranged with another flower, such as roses. They are the center of many bouquets, especially in varying colors.

A Basket of Daisies

Although these flowers are most famous for “they love me/they love me not,” they are actually symbols of childhood, innocence, and purity, being associated in part with the Virgin Mary. However, their older symbolism is with goddesses of love and fertility such as Freya of the Norse pantheon. This makes daisies a great flower for a child to give a Valentine’s crush, and lovers can use them alone or with another flower to symbolize the purity of the romance. An adorable decorative basket can be a great flower gift, and amplifies the contribution daisies make to the language of flowers.

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Happy Hearts Bouquet

Baby’s Breath for Everything

In a vase, bouquet, or arrangement, baby’s breath often garnishes the flowers that are the star of the show, be they roses, lilies, or any other colored flower. They represent everlasting love, fidelity, and loyalty, so it makes sense to find them accompanying so many types of flower arrangements. For Valentine’s Day, you can find them in white garnishing a rose bouquet, but baby’s breath also comes in pink, which means they can add that lacy touch to any bouquet. They do better pre-arranged, so you will often find them in vases, but since they are such a standard for Valentine’s Day, they will be ready and waiting for your rush delivery.

Iris in Silk

Sometimes people are allergic to flowers, but love them anyway. Others might fear for harm to pets and children from eating the flowers or leaves, and even where there may not be harm by ingestion, no one wants to see the arrangement wrecked. Fresh cut flowers might also wilt if sent from long distances. Artificial flowers can be a wonderful and long-lasting way to tell your Valentine you love them without any of these concerns preventing you. Irises are beautiful purple flowers that were used in Victorian floriology to represent admiration of wisdom and intelligence, and their purple hue provides a splash of color that is popular in Valentine’s Day arrangements. Silk provides that flower-petal feel, making it a great material for artificial irises for your last-minute Valentine’s Day needs.

Valentines Day flower delivery

Hugs and Kisses Orchids

Display of Orchids

Exotic and beautiful, orchids add a tropical flair to any bouquet. Partly associated with luxury and opulence, orchids were given to someone the giver was truly, deeply in love with. Today, tropical flowers are a little easier to get than they were a century or two ago, but their symbolism and exotic stature make them a great Valentine’s Day flower. They can be matched with any flower, but really look beautiful when matched with their tropical neighbors, such as birds of paradise.

With so many flowers to choose from and so many ways to give them, finding the right flowers for all of your Valentines is simple, even at the last minute. You love your Valentines and want to make sure they know it. Whether they are for a romance, family member, or just someone who needs to know they are loved, your Valentine’s Day needs are covered!

Valentine’s Day, the day of love and romance, is coming soon, and with it come chocolates, romantic dinners, and lots of flowers! Every year, numerous people order flowers for their Valentine ahead of time, sending beautiful bouquets, vases, and arrangements. Varieties of flowers can be found delivered to offices and homes all over the country. Still more flowers are ordered to be brought in person on Valentine’s dates, parties, and other holiday happenings. It is a busy day for flowers!

Flowers are never too busy for love, though. Maybe you weren’t sure flowers were the right gift. Maybe it’s a new romance, and you didn’t know which flowers were your Valentine’s favorite. Maybe you just met your Valentine on Valentine’s Day, and want to show them they’ve caught your heart. Or maybe the day just crept up on you, and you find yourself scrambling at the last minute (hey, it happens!). Ordering flowers for Valentine’s Day at the last minute is almost as much of a tradition as the holiday itself, and we’ve got you covered!

Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day flowers to make sure your Valentine is recognized, even if you can’t place your order until the last minute:

Valentines Day flower delivery

Pink Elegance Bouquet

Roses (Of Course!)

Roses are so common on Valentine’s Day that they are almost the official rose of love. Red roses are most common, but white, yellow or pink roses can also make for an alluring arrangement. Roses are the most popular because they’ve long been associated with love and passion, a reputation that transferred to the modern age through Victorian era floriography. Also called the “language of flowers,” it is a system of love messages using flowers in bouquets as symbols of love, courtship, and romance. The rose will always be the queen of love, whether the bouquet is for a lover or a loved one. A box of long-stemmed roses can easily be ordered and delivered to your Valentine, even if you need it in a hurry.

Valentines Day flower delivery

Stargazer Lilies

Stargazer Lilies in a Vase

These beautiful, fragrant flowers are a relatively recent addition to the lily family, being a hybrid of Asiatic lilies and Oriental ones. However, lilies have as long a history as roses, representing motherhood, purity, and innocence. Pink lilies add a dash of romance, and stargazers themselves also have a beautiful scent that inspires feelings of love. Lilies in general could be a great choice, but stargazer lilies could be perfect for that budding new romance that you hope blossoms into something more. They can be matched with like-colored garnish flowers in a decorated vase for a pretty pink statement of affection.

A Bouquet of Carnations

The official flower of January finds itself all over romance, from wedding ceremonies in China to prom corsages all over the United States. They were worn as garlands in ancient Rome, and were used in Victorian floriography. A corsage or lapel pin could be a perfect flower gift for younger Valentines, while a gift of carnations to loved ones such as moms or grandmothers can say “I love you” very thoughtfully. Lovers need not dismiss carnations either - pink, white, and red carnations are symbols of courtship and affection that can be given in a bouquet by themselves or arranged with another flower, such as roses. They are the center of many bouquets, especially in varying colors.

A Basket of Daisies

Although these flowers are most famous for “they love me/they love me not,” they are actually symbols of childhood, innocence, and purity, being associated in part with the Virgin Mary. However, their older symbolism is with goddesses of love and fertility such as Freya of the Norse pantheon. This makes daisies a great flower for a child to give a Valentine’s crush, and lovers can use them alone or with another flower to symbolize the purity of the romance. An adorable decorative basket can be a great flower gift, and amplifies the contribution daisies make to the language of flowers.

Valentines Day flower delivery

Happy Hearts Bouquet

Baby’s Breath for Everything

In a vase, bouquet, or arrangement, baby’s breath often garnishes the flowers that are the star of the show, be they roses, lilies, or any other colored flower. They represent everlasting love, fidelity, and loyalty, so it makes sense to find them accompanying so many types of flower arrangements. For Valentine’s Day, you can find them in white garnishing a rose bouquet, but baby’s breath also comes in pink, which means they can add that lacy touch to any bouquet. They do better pre-arranged, so you will often find them in vases, but since they are such a standard for Valentine’s Day, they will be ready and waiting for your rush delivery.

Iris in Silk

Sometimes people are allergic to flowers, but love them anyway. Others might fear for harm to pets and children from eating the flowers or leaves, and even where there may not be harm by ingestion, no one wants to see the arrangement wrecked. Fresh cut flowers might also wilt if sent from long distances. Artificial flowers can be a wonderful and long-lasting way to tell your Valentine you love them without any of these concerns preventing you. Irises are beautiful purple flowers that were used in Victorian floriology to represent admiration of wisdom and intelligence, and their purple hue provides a splash of color that is popular in Valentine’s Day arrangements. Silk provides that flower-petal feel, making it a great material for artificial irises for your last-minute Valentine’s Day needs.

Valentines Day flower delivery

Hugs and Kisses Orchids

Display of Orchids

Exotic and beautiful, orchids add a tropical flair to any bouquet. Partly associated with luxury and opulence, orchids were given to someone the giver was truly, deeply in love with. Today, tropical flowers are a little easier to get than they were a century or two ago, but their symbolism and exotic stature make them a great Valentine’s Day flower. They can be matched with any flower, but really look beautiful when matched with their tropical neighbors, such as birds of paradise.

With so many flowers to choose from and so many ways to give them, finding the right flowers for all of your Valentines is simple, even at the last minute. You love your Valentines and want to make sure they know it. Whether they are for a romance, family member, or just someone who needs to know they are loved, your Valentine’s Day needs are covered!

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