Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and there’s no better way to say “I love you” than with Valentine’s Day flowers in 77084. They’re traditional for a reason: everyone loves receiving a thoughtfully crafted bouquet of fresh flowers. Whether you want to let your mom know you’re thinking of her or you want to impress the person you’re proposing to, there’s a way to say “I love you” to everyone important in your life, through the language of flowers.
For your significant other
When it comes to romantic love, red roses are a classic choice—who can resist those velvety blooms? However, if you want to go for a more unusual choice, try lavender roses (love at first sight), tulips (perfect love, a declaration of love), peonies (happy marriage, among other meanings) and orange roses (passion).
For your friends
We love our friends for many different reasons. Alstroemerias are the flower of friendship, while delphiniums convey fun and lightheartedness. Yellow roses convey friendly love, while bright sunflowers symbolize adoration and dedication. Gerbera daisies not only look cheerful, but it’s also their symbolic meaning, while white chrysanthemums represent loyal love.
For your family members
If your family member is an expert gardener, you might buy them a potted orchid, which symbolizes refinement and beauty. Pink and white roses represent sweetness and purity, respectively, while hydrangeas are for heartfelt emotions and gratitude. Irises are great for the relative who gives great advice, since they symbolize wisdom, and your strongest family member might enjoy gladiolus, representing faithfulness and honor.
For the person you recently started dating
Picking out flowers for the person you just started dating is tricky, but you don’t want to show up empty-handed, either. Roses might be too much at the beginning of a relationship, but you probably want to impress them with a bouquet (and your thoughtfulness). Why not try sunny daffodils (rebirth, new beginnings, chivalry), fragrant gardenias (secret love) or ranunculus (radiant charm)? Sweet peas are meant to let the recipient know that you had a good time, while lilies signify purity and beauty—specifically lily of the valley, which represents sweetness.
Whichever flowers you choose, your gift is sure to be well-received—especially when you explain why you chose the flowers. Being able to show that you put extra thought and care into their bouquet will make the recipient feel special, and you can’t put a price on thoughtfulness. If you have a specific flower in mind, be sure to call us to check on its availability.
Valentine’s Day flowers in 77084
It’s Just For You has been delivering beautiful, thoughtful bouquets to the Houston area since 2007. Our friendly team is happy to work with you designing the perfect bouquet for your friend, family member or significant other. If you don’t know quite what you’re looking for, we always love the opportunity to suggest different options and styles. You’ll love brightening someone’s day when you work with It’s Just For You. Come see us today to pick out a Valentine’s Day bouquet—we’re currently running a special that’ll save you 10 percent or $10 off all orders delivered February 10, 11 and 12!