Valentine’s Day is one of the most celebrated occasions aside from Christmas. This is the time when almost every store, online or otherwise, puts up a unique Valentine offer that is hard to resist. Chocolates, Valentine greeting cards and flowers are among the popular items bought by many.
Among the three, flowers are still the most romantic and they embody the essence of Valentine’s Day. However, people who send flowers on Valentine’s Day are already becoming a dying breed. With the mushrooming of other gift ideas to give (like the latest phone model, perhaps?), sending flowers to loved ones is considered by some as passé. Nevertheless, flowers are still a hot commodity on V-Day and will perhaps remain that way because of these simple reasons:
- Flowers speak volumes. No matter what your message is, it can all be summed up by a delicate yet colorful bouquet. Flowers have different meanings, and picking the right bunch will definitely get your message across clearly. For Valentine’s Day, a bouquet of red roses shall do the trick.
- Sending flowers is still considered romantic. People give flowers for sentimental effects. There’s an almost quixotic notion attached to it, and that’s what makes flowers the best articles of trade on Valentine’s Day.
- Flowers are convenient to buy. Contrary to what other people may say about flowers being a last minute option, picking the right flowers to put in a bouquet takes time and plenty of thought. What makes it convenient, though, is number of stores and flower options you could choose from.
There are perhaps other reasons why flowers are so special. Cliché as they may be for other people, flowers are and will always be the best gift anyone can give on Valentine’s Day.