Almost February. Valentine’s Day is getting closer! Still looking for a gift? Surprise your loved one with an extraordinary bouquet of flowers.
Thank you for letting me love you
Even though you’ve been with your partner for years, it doesn’t mean you take things for granted. When it comes to Valentine’s Day – or any other day in the year – our one true love deserves a little something extra. Flowers are a timeless but no less excellent way to show them how much you value and cherish them. Love should be celebrated and what better way to do so than with a beautiful bouquet?
A meaningful gift
Do you want to make an unforgettable impression? Be sure your beautiful bouquet has a meaning that’s spot on. It goes without saying that there’ll be roses – but did you know that every colour of rose has its own meaning? The red rose, in this bouquet, represents love and respect. Beautiful scabiosa is also here because it represents love in its purest form. The chrysanthemum brings happiness, the gerbera stands for playfulness and the eucalyptus means purity. Finish off the message with freesia, full of unconditional love!
What you need
To make this beautiful bouquet, you need the following flowers: Rose, Scabiosa, Chrysanthemum, Gerbera, Eucalyptus and Freesia.
Of course, there are no limits to creativity when choosing flowers. So feel free to add other flowers!
How to make it
When you visit the florist to purchase these flowers, the easiest thing to do is to ask the shopkeeper to assemble the bouquet. With this list of flowers, they have all the tools they need to make something beautiful. Do you want to create an extra personal touch? Assemble the flowers yourself! We will give you some instrutions on how to make a hand-tied bouquet for your loved one.
Did you collect all the flowers? Then the next step is to prepare them for your arrangement. Remove all leaves, thorns and twigs from the stems with a knife.
When this is done, you can start arranging the flowers. First, choose a particularly large and beautiful flower to form the center of the bouquet. After that, alternately place a flower and a piece of greenery at a slight angle to the stem of the central flower. In this way, you will gradually wrap a bouquet. Then cut all the stems to the same length using pruning sheers.
Ready to tie your bouquet! Use some floral ribbon and wrap it around the stems a few times. Once you feel it’s tight enough, use the rest of the ribbon to make a pretty bow.
Congratulations, your self-made true love bouquet is ready. We are sure it will put a smile on the face of your loved one!