Valentine’s Day flower arrangement trends
are a thoughtful and personal way to convey your love, friendship, appreciation; or support and it’s an ageless expression of caring. When you think of Valentine’s Flowers, the first thought come to your mind is a red rose, right? Not so fast. According to the most famous florists they told us that there is more than a third of rose sales at Valentine’s Day are other colors not red, including assorted spring hues. They made a huge survey and found that more than 60 percent of women prefer shades such as yellow, pink, peach and white. Unconventional color picks, such as lavender, orange, and bi-color roses, are also emerging as favorites.
For some males and females roses are still the favorite flower of love, but some males are becoming much more tuned into other romantic options. And some other males create a new trend in Valentine flowers; they are mixed fresh arrangements with some lilies, tulips, irises, and a host of other fresh flowers.
There are some roses not in red color but still you can use them in the Valentine’s Day such as crisp lemon, buttery hues, golden yellows, and some trendy two-tones too. If you are a woman and you have never given flowers to a man before, try a bold yellow. Because it’s one of the most popular colors, mentioned by men. And, there are always wonderful shades of white, too. The trend toward neutral schemes for home environments makes an arrangement of lush white or cream roses the perfect gift for your especial woman.
So you can choose from ultra white, ivory, or champagne lineages too. They’re as lovely for all romantic settings and weddings as they are easy complements to elegant home decors. Don’t forget that the sentiment itself that gives the flowers its real meaning. For a perfect example of this color palette in action take a look at our Valentine’s Day flower arrangement trends collection.
Choosing Valentine’s Day flower arrangement trends
Well we have to admit that the most eye-catching trend for all signs is red hot colors and same thing for Valentine’s Day – and not just one of them! But don’t forget that we can also combine vivid hues of red, fuchsia & violet for the freshest style with the most energetic look. It’s intense and confident too. Plus it’s super sexy and very hot right now.
For a new popular looks this year it may include some airy arrangements of bright spring flowers and single-flower statements, such as a mass of tulips in a clean, contemporary beautiful vase.
And for richer textures, consider compact clusters of flowers such as sweetheart roses; open garden roses, hyacinths, hydrangea, freesias; or other fancy blooms in a variety of other beautiful colors.
Plus if you are looking for a little more romance? You can turn on your heat with an infusion of reds from amber to scarlet to bright red.
Also popular this Valentine’s Day season are shades of pinks — from soft pastels to hot magentas — and the more subtle earthy floral tones of lilac, purple and plum.
Every Valentine’s Day floral arrangement is an expression of love. As a lover, it is truly a privilege and honor to see how people love each other; and how the flower can be a part of their love story.
My precious tip for you is to put in your request ahead of time for February 14 deliveries. Because the best way is ordering ahead of time so you get the flowers you want; and so that your sweetheart gets flowers a day or two ahead of time and doesn’t have to wait.
Here are a few examples of different ways flowers show the affection and the reveal part of your sweetheart’s personality. Enjoy it to the max and don’t forget to share them with your family and friends.