Think Outside the {Heart Shaped} Box: Valentine’s Day Flowers

With Valentine’s Day just 2 days away, there is one thought on everyone’s mind: the fear of bad flowers. It’s an easy trap to fall in to too, you scramble to the store to get the last sad, wilted bouquet for your Valentine, or you just get the same old boring flowers you pick up every year. Why not change it up this year? Tracy, our Event Designer has given us a number of fun arrangements to spice up your day of love. While some old favorites like Roses are still there, check out some of our more unique arrangements (birch bark and succulents!).

Red roses and baby cabbage

Red roses and baby cabbage

Red garden roses with lemon leaf and a birch-wrapped vase

Red garden roses with lemon leaf and a birch-wrapped vase

Succulents in a wooden bowl with river rocks complemented with small bundles of bright flowers. This has purple stock and orange carnations (The succulents will live "forever" you can simply replace the flowers for a fresh new look...carnations can last up to 2 weeks)

Succulents in a wooden bowl with river rocks complemented with small bundles of bright flowers. This has purple stock and orange carnations (The succulents will live “forever” you can simply replace the flowers for a fresh new look…carnations can last up to 2 weeks)
Pink gerbers, billie balls and striking leaves as the vase

Pink gerbers, billie balls and striking leaves as the vase

Tulips and greenery with birch bark fashioned into a vase

Tulips and greenery with birch bark fashioned into a vase

Gerber daisies, orchids, hydrangeas and calla lilies

Gerber daisies, orchids, hydrangeas and calla lilies

Table Runner

Inexpensive Table Runner: Small bud vases filled with single blooms

Happy Decorating!

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