There’s a measure of comfort in the usual, the traditional, even the expected. And there’s an element of excitement in the new and different, the unexpected. Love is in the air this time of year, every year, along with regal red roses – that could be the usual, the comfortable. And there’s new and different at bloomstoday.com where you can surprise your true love, a special friend or family member and/or valued neighbor or colleague with the usual or the unexpected or both blended together.
Professional floral designers have crafted exquisite arrangements once again to meet the Valentine’s Day demand. One time U.S. Figure Skating Championship competitor, former Vogue editor and bridal designer Vera Wang lends her name and vision to bouquets for your valentine. Also, new vases grace the stage and become precious, attractive, useful, keepsake pieces.
The FDT® Blush Rose Bouquet® by Vera Wang features a monochromatic array of rose blossoms in exotic blush pink, and the FTD® Romantic Rose Bouquet by Vera Wang showcases lovely red roses, the ultimate symbol of love. Both bouquets are delivered in her signature vase of vertically ribbed glass with a hint of soft smoky gray.
Other floral arrangements come in unexpected bundles of roses nestled in with bold and beautiful lilies, light and airy baby’s breath, mischievous daisies, playful big and little carnations and fanciful pompons. Bloomtoday.com has raised the bar on vases, with gorgeous cranberry glass with a heart or the word “love” etched in. These statuesque vessels will adorn a home or office long after Valentine’s Day, just as the love and romance that brought them to you lives on in your heart.
FTD® Expressions of LoveTM includes love on the card, love in your heart and LOVE etched on the beautiful red vase
the stunning, unexpected part of the FTD® Stunning BeautyTM Bouquet is pops of purple among red and white
Expand on the unexpected with The Ultimate, luscious deep red roses and baby’s breath with an adorable stuffed teddy bear and little box of gourmet chocolates.
By Joanne M. Anderson