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My man already sent me flowers for Valentines!

Valentine’s Day is Feb. 14th and too often customers order too late. We encourage you to order early and deliver early.
Women especially love to receive their Valentine Day flowers before any of their friends and co-workers. This makes you a real big hero because they can brag: my man already sent me flowers for Valentines. Look at me and my flowers. Hey, take a photo! Every other women in the office will silently endure the smug remarks and wish their man would do the same. Hurry, get my flowers to me fast. I want my flowers early…not late.

Send a Hug I Ruff You with Teddy Bear

Send a Hug I Ruff You with Teddy Bear

I mean think about it! Who wants to receive flowers on Feb. 14 at 5 or 6 pm? or even at 3 pm? Who wants flowers after Valentines? ( Not many !!)
The secret is to deliver early and allow your special recipient to enjoy before and up to Feb. 14th.
After Feb. 14th or 15th, the occasion and the gifts lose a lot of lustre. Everyone is on to the next big thing at work and at home.

Please do not be a last minute shopper for Valentine’s Day flowers and roses. Get the best and biggest bang for your buck and have your gift of flowers delivered early Feb. 11th or 12th for sure.

Valentine’s Day is Saturday this year. Many deliveries will go earlier in the week to the office which usually close by 5 pm. But drivers will not get all the deliveries to offices completed by 5pm.
This will be especially true on Friday, Feb. 13th. Staff often leave early on Fri. So the cut off is even earlier. And what can the driver do if he or she gets there after the recipient has gone home?

Sweethearts Rose Bouquet by FTD

Sweethearts Rose Bouquet by FTD

So please be a wise Valentine Day shopper and have your gift of Valentine flowers or roses delivered on Feb. 11th or Feb 12th. Then Fri the 13th becomes a backup day if delivery fails on Feb 12.

Looking forward to all your orders for Valentine’s flowers for Feb 11th and 12th, 2015.

Ken Bolt

Great Valentine’s Day Flower Ordering Tips

The FTD Expressions of Love Bouquet

Represents all the love and passion in your heart

Valentine’s Day will be here in a flash. Mark Thursday February 14thon your calendar and take advantage of these Valentine’s flower ordering tips:

  1. Order Valentine’s Day flowers early.  Waiting until February 14th to order flowers may sink hearts.  Although we try, florists can’t always accommodate last minute orders. Good hearted but last minute cupids may be out of luck. Sometimes florists run out of flowers and can’t accommodate unplanned delivery requests. Place your order early for Feb. 14 delivery.
  2. Roses and more! Although roses traditionally symbolize love and are a favorite for sweethearts on Valentine’s Day, be sure to select flowers that your sweetie enjoys. Other beautiful Valentine’s Day flowers include: tulips, lilies, gerbera daisies, orchids, callas, hydrangeas and carnations!
  3. The FTD Color Your Day With Happiness Bouquet

    Pleasing pastel flowers, Keepsake container

    Valentine flower colors. Red is the most popular valentine color but your sweetheart may march to her own drum. Be sure to select flowers in the color that she prefers. Other popular Valentine Day color options include: pastel shades like soft yellows, peaches and warm pinks, purples, oranges, hot pinks, creamy whites and ivory, rich yellow tones and even 2013’s color of the year, emerald green!
  4. Spring for an extra special add-on. Valentine’s flowers will pack even greater wow appeal with a little something extra. We’re thinking a cute plush teddy, a fun-loving balloon or some decadent chocolates to share.    
  5. Have Valentine’s flowers delivered to work. Surprise your sweetheart by having Valentine’s flowers delivered to the workplace.  Lots of co-workers will comment on your thoughtfulness and you’ll get brownie points at home!

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Valentine’s Day flowers for everyone. Hands down, flowers make the perfect gift for sweethearts but non-sweeties deserve flowers too! Send sentiments of appreciation to grandparents, daughters, sons, dear friends or thoughtful neighbors with flowers. A lovely Valentine’s bouquet of gerbera daisies, tulips or even a flowering plant is the perfect way to say, “I’m thinking of you on Valentine’s Day!”