Celebrate Valentine’s Day with all your loved ones

Valentine’s Day is often associated with romance and sharing some extra time with your partner or spouse. It’s about relighting the fire and celebrating your love. However, there are plenty of other people in your life who could use some affection around this time of year.


Your parents are not only the ones who gave you life, but they also raised you into the person you are today. Through thick and thin, they helped you through it all. There is nothing that can compare to the love between parents and their children. Valentine’s Day gives you the opportunity to celebrate this love too.

Best friends

Friendship is what gets us through some of the most difficult moments in life. Knowing that you have a friend to turn to can make all the difference. Yellow roses are the symbol of friendship which is why they make the perfect friendly gift for Valentine’s Day.


Just because your grandparents are older does not mean that they have forgotten the joy of Valentine’s Day and fresh flowers. The bond between grandparents and their grandchildren is very different to that of parent and child. Since you also never know how many more years you will have together, it’s a good idea to celebrate as many of these occasions as possible.


As lovely as it is for children to show affection towards their parents, it’s just as important for parents to let their kids know that they care. Again, this gift will not have a romantic message but rather one of unfailing love. It’s also a good idea to start a Valentine’s Day tradition so that your children always feel included. Even if they don’t get any Valentines from their peers, they will take comfort in knowing that mum and dad will always hold them in their hearts.

Important co-worker

We all have that one person at work without whom we would simply fail to function. While you don’t want this relationship to become romantic, you do want to make your favourite co-worker feel that they are appreciated.

The main thing to remember when sending non-romantic flowers is to avoid red. Red flowers and red roses in particular are known to be a romantic gesture.