Each year most of us look forward to Valentine’s Day and appreciate the love and passion that February 14th represents. However, we know that some of you fear this holiday for the dreaded question…what can I give my significant other that shows just how much I love them? The pressure of deciding what to buy can sometimes become overwhelming, but that’s where flowers come in.
Flowers have been traditionally given as gifts to represent emotions that are difficult to put into words, and Valentine’s Day is a day to spoil your special someone and show them what they mean to you. Flowers hold such beauty, delicacy, and fragrance and are the perfect evocative Valentine’s gift. They are also a beautiful and meaningful gift for those who claim they don’t ‘want’ anything for Valentine’s Day…because we all know what that means!
Given that flowers are symbolic of our emotions, your selection of Valentine’s Day flowers is of vital importance. The following five types of flowers are a guide to help you decide which type are the perfect ones for your perfect one.
Roses have a rich history going back over a thousand years, but have been popularized as gifts of love since the 1700s in Europe. Red is symbolic of passion, and red roses are the perfect flower to ignite passion and love in your relationship. We have roses available in bouquets and as singles.
Dried flower bouquets make a bespoke and meaningful floral gift for your significant other. They are available in a variety of colours and represent strength and longevity in the relationship.
Peonies have a powerful feminine quality, and are representative of appreciation, grace, and beauty. Their bright pink colour is symbolic of nurturing and kindness, and they represent compassion and appreciation in the relationship.
Lillies are bespoke flowers that represent well-being and tranquillity. Their white colour is symbolic of purity and modesty and is a popular choice for engagements and weddings. Lillies are a perfect choice to show your commitment to your relationship, and your special someone, on Valentine’s Day.
Tulips are representative of deep and long-lasting love. Their symbolism of love has origins in Turkey, and their variety of colours have different individual meanings. Pink tulips represent finding and maintaining self-confidence, and white tulips mean forgiveness; making them the ultimate ‘apology’ flower if you need it on Valentine’s Day!
All of these flowers would make the perfect floral choice for your loved one, but if you are still having trouble deciding we can always give you some advice. At Suncoast Flowers, we are here to help in all of your floral-related enquiries, and we also offer delivery within the Sunshine Coast region. Browse our range of bouquets or get in touch to find out more.
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