Reasons for an early Valentine’s Day flower delivery
Sometimes Valentine’s Day can fall on a day that is not the most convenient when planning your fresh flower delivery. It’s important to remember that an early flower delivery is far better than a late one! An early delivery shows that you put special thought into the gift and you did not forget about this romantic occasion. If you are considering sending flowers early this year, here are some reasons why this is a good idea.
Firstly, you will undoubtedly surprise the lucky recipient as well as their co-workers if you are planning to send flowers to their office. It’s also a good idea to send flowers early if your Valentine works shifts and they are not working on Valentine’s Day.
Another advantage is that element of surprise. Your Valentine might expect to receive a fresh flower delivery on Valentine’s Day but they will not expect it a day early! You can save their gift for the big day but send flowers early to let them know that even more romance will follow!
Sending romantic flowers early also mean that you don’t have to worry about a late delivery. Whether due to high demand, poor weather or other unforeseen circumstances, flower deliveries might be unsuccessful on Valentine’s Day. By choosing to send flowers early, you can rest assured that your flower gift will arrive on time.
While Valentine’s Day is just one day, you can begin celebrations early. Just think about how much fun it will be to send your love a single red rose each day and, on Valentine’s Day, you can present them with an impressive, large bouquet? You can think of a special message to include with each flower so that they create a longer message together – a kind of romantic puzzle.
Early shopping and early gift delivery also ensures that you will beat that last minute rush. When florists are running low on supplies and your choices are limited, you might not find exactly what you want. Ordering early ensures that you get to choose from the very best and your Valentine will get the best flowers as a result.