Valentine’s Day Wedding

Getting married on Valentine’s Day? We have the perfect flowers for your wedding on Valentine’s Day. A Valentine’s wedding decorated with red, pink and white flowers will create a romantic atmosphere. The red rose is a year-round favorite flower. Carnations, Tulips, Calla lilies, and Gerbera daisies are on the top of the list for favorite flowers. These flowers are a perfect choice for your wedding or to send someone special on Valentine’s Day. Having your wedding on Valentine’s Day unites two hearts together, committing to spending the rest of your life together. For centuries, flowers have symbolized love, romance, and marriage. Share your passion by celebrating with family and friends with the year-round flowers. Here are some simple, elegant ideas.


Carnations are one of the oldest cultivated flowers. They remain a favorite flower with long-lasting freshness and classic beauty. It’s appreciated for its durable, delicate ruffled style. White carnations have the meaning of love and purity. Pink is often a sign of gratitude, red symbolizes admiration, and dark red represents deep love and affection. Make the carnations a focal point of your table centerpieces in a  liquid silver vase.



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Tulips derived from Nederland’s and symbolize the perfect love. Red tulips associate with true love, purple tulips are the meaning of royalty, and pink tulips are caring and kind wishes forever. They are rich in color with silky petals, and an elegant form for a simple soft bouquet paired with baby’s breath.


Calla Lily

Calla Lilies symbolize magnificent beauty. It is a beautiful flower which holds the meaning of royalty, strength, admiration, faithfulness, and purity.  Calla lilies look stunning paired with roses and greenery such as Trachelium Green.

Gerbera Daisies

Gerbera daisies will make a bold statement as a gorgeous boutonniere! These beautiful vibrant flowers with big heads are cheerful, pure, and innocent. Your guest will not forget the beauty of the Gerbera daisies and will make a long-lasting impression.

Gerbera daisies are a sure way to show your guests how happy you are on your special day!


The red rose is a year-round favorite flower. They have become a symbol of Valentine’s Day with the tradition of love and romance. White roses represent purity, which is why wedding dresses are white. Pink roses symbolize love, beginning of a relationship or for someone who is close to you. Dark red blooms are perfect to give an engagement ring!


“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you…I could walk through my garden forever.”  Alfred Thompson



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