Central Square Florist

Central Square Florist

Posted by Jackie Levine on February 4, 2016 | Last Updated: July 16, 2021 Valentine's Day

Central Square- Valentine’s Day Flowers

valentines day flowersIn 2016, an estimated $19 billion will be spent on Valentine’s Day gifts, including over $2 billion dollars in flowers alone. With so many flowers changing hands, there are still many special ways for you to stand out, get their attention and melt their hearts this holiday.

* Make A Great First Impression – This year, we have the opportunity to celebrate Valentine’s Week! Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, how about having your floral arrangement sent on Thursday or Friday? Everyone loves receiving flowers at work – be the first to show your love! Not only will your Valentine feel special, but you will kick off this year’s most romantic weekend in style. Order early, and let us do the rest!

* Dial Up the Romance: There is a reason why red roses are so popular on Valentine’s Day – this classic bloom has represented passionate love since the days of Roman mythology. Take this quintessential bouquet and add exotic white lilies, and you are sure to impress the one you love.
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* Old School Love Affair – Declare your love with this nostalgic bouquet of purple dendrobium orchids, peach roses and green hydrangea. These romantic shades and striking flowers combine for a creative bouquet that will shower them with vintage love and affection.
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* Creative Colors – The traditional reds and whites of Valentine’s Day are given a modern twist in this beautiful arrangement of red tulips and white hydrangea. If you want to send your loved one an exciting and innovative expression of love, this is it.
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There may be billions spent on flowers this Valentine’s Day, but the most important bouquet is going to your loved one! There is no better way to say “I Love You” – so order early, and deliver early! Call Central Square today, and let us help you send your love during Valentine’s Week – because one day is not enough to tell them how you feel.