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Did Valentine’s Day sneak up on you this year? Don’t worry – you can still order a dazzling bouquet of flowers online and have them sent to your sweetheart! Flowers are an instant way to cheer someone up – your valentine will immediately forgive you for forgetting this special day!
Here are eight same-day arrangements to send your valentine:
1. Jumping for Joy
Make her jump for joy with a floral arrangement composed of lush lavender stock, pale pink alstroemeria, hot pink spray roses and mini pink carnations. This feminine bouquet smells sweet and is topped off with a pink satin ribbon tied around the traditional glass vase that holds the flowers.
2. Beautiful in Blue
Even though you forgot Valentine’s Day this year, show your man your love for him is like the sky – limitless – with a bouquet of bright, sky blue flowers. Nestled in a deep cobalt glass vase (that you can reuse!), this blooming arrangement is made up of blue hydrangea, creme roses, silky white oriental lilies, alstroemeria, dished mum, and purple satice and lavender limonium all surrounded by seeded eucalyptus and fresh salal.
3. How Sweet It Is
Show your valentine how sweet it is to be loved by you (even if you’re a tad forgetful) with this special floral arrangement. With a combination warm orange roses and matsumoto asters, plus hot pink miniature carnations surrounded and contrasted by fresh greens, you can’t go wrong.
4. Pair of Hearts Bouquet
Pour your heart out this year by sending your valentine a bold arrangement of fresh flowers. Hand-delivered in Teleflora’s red-glazed vase, this arrangement of florals is mixed with classic red roses, mini red carnations, white alstroemeria contrasted by lemon leaf and pitta negra. To add a decorative element, a metallic silver band with a pair of hearts on either end is wrapped around the hand-glazed vase. This heartfelt bouquet will be greatly appreciated even though it’s a tad late!
5. Wrapped In Roses Bouquet
Sweep your sweetheart right off his or her feet with a beaming bouquet of romantic long-stemmed red roses accented and contrasted with fresh lemon leaf. This arrangement is hand-delivered in a red stained glass vase adorned with clear glass ribbon that wraps around the vase. Did we forget to mention this set can be paired with a box of rich, creamy chocolates?
6. Thoughts of You Bouquet
Show your valentine that even though you may have forgotten today, you are still thinking of them and appreciate all that they do. A trio of blushing red roses is accompanied by white wax flower and lush green pittosporum. This arrangement is delivered in a crystal clear glass vase accented with a satin red ribbon.
7. Zen Artistry
It’s OK if you briefly forgot Valentine’s Day if you send your valentine an arrangement with a meaning behind it. This exotic zen arrangement is sculpted with delicate purple orchids and mini bamboo, surrounded by a mix of rainbow of blooms including dark pink Sweet William, green carnations and hypericum, an emerald palm leaf, bamboo-like equisetum, galaxy leaves and sheet moss. This striking arrangement is presented in a kiwi-colored square dish. Explain to your loved one that bamboo represents luck and strength, so this arrangement is symbolic of your relationship.
8. Best Friends Forever
Is your best friend upset that his or her significant other forgot to show their love this Valentine’s Day? Be the supportive, kindhearted friend that you are and surprise your bestie with a lovely arrangement of flowers. Gathered in a contemporary cubed vase finished with an intricate red heart design, this bouquet includes a majestic mix of red roses and mini carnations, white spray roses and cushion spray chrysanthemums accented with pitta negra and lemon.
Be sure to place your order before 12 p.m. in your recipient’s time zone for same-day flower delivery. After all, it’s better late than never, right?