Shrieks of delight.
Remarks of “Who’s the lucky one?!”
That is the reaction that will play out in offices nationwide this Tuesday as Cupid works overtime to help sweethearts express their love through flowers.
After two years of Valentine’s Day falling on a weekend, what does a weekday holiday look like? Despite it being the day of love, on which we would prefer to spend with the people we like and love the most, the majority of us will need to go to work this Valentine’s Day. But don’t underestimate the power of flowers for a midday surprise to make the day a special one— especially a delivery of a bright, vibrant and fragrant arrangement of blooms to make your significant other’s heart go pitter patter!
We’ve all experienced it. Flowers come through the office door and all eyes are on the stunning package. There are “ooohs” and “aaahs,” and everyone gathers around, secretly hoping the enclosed card holds their name. The lucky recipient feels great, and the sender looks like a hero. Beautiful blooms, custom design, professional packaging and personal delivery all add to the “wow” effect of a gift of flowers. Flowers send a hug when you can’t be with your sweetheart and the smiles last for days. In fact, Rutgers University research shows that flowers create instant delight and increase enjoyment and life satisfaction. Who wouldn’t want that for those they love?
Want to create that WOW effect on Valentine’s Day? Call your local florist and ask them for creative ideas to send floral love. (And don’t wait — order early for the best options!) Need help with the card message? Click here for just the right words. Send flowers. You’ll be glad you did!