Valentine Flowers For Your Loved Ones
Valentine flowers are like roses, anthuriums, gerbera daisies, tulips and stargazer lilies. These flowers can be easily found at the flower markets and florists. However, their price are higher when Valentines day is just around the corner.
These flowers are so versatile, they can be made into any style arrangement. The ideas below will give you a picture on how you can arrange your flowers for Valentines Day.
Mix red and purple for this Valentines. In a purple vase, arrange red carnations with beargrass with two cushion hearts.
Red roses in different lengths with salix sticks in a black square container. A very traditional arrangement.
Two box arrangements with different patterned containers. Use rice flowers with pink gerbera daisies and pink roses.
Pink gerbera daisies are the main highlight in this double low arrangements. Together with pink spray roses, they are arranged creatively to grab your attention.
A vintage style valentine arrangement using an english style container. Fill up rose petals in one compartment, and actual rose blooms in the other compartment.
A cute red container that looks like a bag. Arrange red spider gerbera daisies, white roses and dusty millers in the container for a beautiful flower arrangement.
The anthurium shape looks like a heart, which is why this simple valentine arrangement of red anthuriums is perfect for Valentine's day.
Purple snapdragons, red roses and lavender flowers look great in this red rounded vase.
Arrange pink roses as they are vertically in a pink pot. To avoid from being pricked by the rose thorns, wrap a net around the stems as part of arrangement design.
Three small containers when put together make a lovely arrangement as a whole. In these small openings, insert a single bloom of pink rose in each. To add movement to them, add beargrass in each container.
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