Whether it’s your first Valentine’s Day or 10th Valentine’s Day, selecting a bouquet is always deemed as a daunting task.
Today’s quick guide we will try to help you break it down on how to pick flowers for your partner.
Step 1: Do you have intel on what she likes? (This would be helpful)
- Does she have a favourite colour theme?
- Does she have a favourite flower?
- Does she have any flower she does not like?
Pro tip: if you have no idea, a good way to get intel is to sneak to her Instagram account : under the saved button check see if she bookmarked any flower related post. Take a few screenshots and send it to your florist
Step 2: if you have no clue with regards to step 1, then it’s time to turn to the meaning of the flowers instead. Ask yourself what’s the reason behind for sending her flower? Cheer me up? Proposal? Birthday? Just want her to know you’re thinking of her?
After figuring the meaning, then search for the flower that concides with the meaning. Do also take note of the availability of the flowers in Asia as well.
A rough guide would be the following:
Flowers that represent romance include the following: Red rose, Red Tulips, Carnations, Peony, Orchids.
Flowers that represent family include the following: Daisy, Hydrangeas, Lily
For more information of flowers and their meaning, here’s an amazing picture guide i came across online.
Step 3: If you’re unable to make a pick, then browse through the descriptions of the bouquets that florists post online and see if you resonate with any of them, and add on your touch with a personalised message. There you go, with sincerity and effort packaged in the bouquet, there’s nothing that she wouldn’t love about it.
If you’ve yet to purchase any bouquet for your upcoming sunday Valentine’s day. You can take a look at our valentine’s day collection. Orders will be closing on the 10th of Feb. so you have 2 more days to go!!!
Sonia and Sam
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