Even though you've been with your partner for years, it doesn't mean you take things for granted. When it comes to Valentine's Day - or any other day in the year - our one true love deserves a little something extra. Flowers are a timeless but no less excellent way to show them how much you value and cherish them. Love should be celebrated and what better way to do so than with a beautiful bouquet?
A MEANINGFUL GIFT
For an unforgettable impression, your beautiful bouquet will have a meaning that's spot on. It goes without saying that there'll be roses - but did you know that every colour of rose has its own meaning? The red rose, in this bouquet, represents love and respect. Beautiful scabiosa is also here because it represents love in its purest form. The chrysanthemum brings happiness, the gerbera stands for playfulness and the eucalyptus means purity. Finish off the message with freesia, full of unconditional love.
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When you visit the florist to purchase these flowers, the easiest thing to do is to ask the shopkeeper to assemble the bouquet. With this list of flowers, they have all the tools they need to make something beautiful. Alternatively, you can also assemble the flowers yourself, for an extra personal touch. Take a look at how to make a hand-tied bouquet for step-by-step instructions.
To make the bouquet even more meaningful, choose extra flowers at the florist that are important to you, and which you think your Other Half will like. Don't forget in all this why you're giving the bouquet in the first place: to thank them for the wonderful love-filled life you share together. Present them with the bouquet, embrace, and celebrate each other.
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We wish you the best of luck in love x