Have you ever wondered why do we give flowers to your loved ones on Valentine’s Day? The history of giving flowers comes from the old-fashioned custom of sending floral bouquets to pass on non-verbal messages. This tradition was introduced in the 18th Century by Charles II of Sweden, where each flower comes with a specific meaning attached to it, making it possible to communicate using only flowers. Today, we continue to send flowers on special occasions or to express our sentiments of love and admiration.
Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest occasion of the year to send flowers. Roses is the traditional Valentine’s Day flower, as it signifies romantic love. During this period of time, with the high demand of roses, getting a bouquet of roses may not be an easy. However, with the aid of online florist which provides delivery services, you can get the perfect bouqet of flowers for your loved ones at the ease of your fingertips! Here are some selections from Floral Garage Singapore that we’ve shortlisted for you to celebrate the history of Valentine’s Day!
My One and Only
If you are on a tight budget, this single stalk of a rose will be the perfect choice for your. Simple yet graceful.
If there’s something that you would like to say to your loved ones but do not have the courage to do so, go for this selection with nice roses that symbolises eternal love or “I want to be with you forever”
For those who like to sway away from the conventional Red Roses for this Valentine’s Day, this bouquet of either 6/9/12 pastel pink roses, surrounded with lavenders and snow-green filing might be something you are looking for.
If you can’t decide on which to get, this is the best bouquet for you as you simply let the florists help you out with that. Your bouquet will be crafted according to who the recipient is and you can choose the style such as ‘Rustic’, ‘Modern’ or ‘Traditional’
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