Scarlett Desire Dried Flowers - Small
This classic arrangement of Valentine's flowers will show pure and simple love to whoever receives them.
Red and Green Should Never Be Seen? Actually...
This combination of illustrious red preserved Valentine's roses and rich foliage is a timeless way to present Valentine's Flowers. Foliage comes in the form of Eucalyptus varieties such as Parvi and Nicoli. They are slightly different in shade, which creates a layered effect. The leaves of Eucalyptus Parvi are shorter than that of Nicoli. This way your Valentine's bouquet contains all of the freshness while being totally unique.
To make it even more bunchy, stems of preserved fern appear spiking out of the bouquet and spacing it out. Fern also has connotations of everlasting life, so when used for Valentine's flowers, it can convey messages of faith in your relationship. Three preserved Red Roses shows appreciation for the past, present and future of your relationship. Red connotes the most passionate of emotions and is considered the ultimate demonstration of true love. Finally, the inclusion of red Broom adds dimension and complements the roses.
Valentine's Day & The 7 Deadly Sins
Our Valentine's flower collection is inspired by the 7 Deadly Sins. Specifically, for this bouquet, envy. Now while people view envy as a negative, if you dig a bit deeper, it actually has value. Your 'envy reflex' is said to motivate you, point you in the right direction and focus your attention. Perhaps this was the case with your loved one, after all, relationships can arise due to strange circumstances.
These Valentine's flowers are a symbol of acceptance, and that you have focused your attention in the right place. Since red is included in the arrangement too, it is obvious that love was the focal point all along. Your significant other will receive a gift that conveys all of this and use it as a centrepiece to love and admire for years.