This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday, making it the perfect opportunity to surprise your sweetheart at work. Pavé floral designs and flowers in keepsake coffee mugs are two great options for Valentine’s Day flowers, especially if your sweetheart works in an office. Here are a few ideas sure to inspire you this Valentine’s Day.

For the love of your life, a modern pavé design of red roses shaped as a heart makes a bold declaration.Valentine's Day Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

If your sweetheart enjoys gardening, you cannot go wrong with a heart pavé of succulents and lisianthus.

Valentine's Day Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

Roses and succulents are always a winning combination.

Valentine's Day Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

Send your Valentine hugs and kisses with a textured mix of roses, amaryllis, heather and dusty miller in a keepsake coffee mug.

Valentine's Day Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

 

Trendy sweethearts will appreciate flowers radiating Ultra Violet — the Pantone Color of 2018. Vanda orchids, succulents and gold accents make this a heartfelt expression.

Valentine's Day Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

There is nothing like the “wow” factor when flowers come through the office door. To really surprise your sweetheart, send flowers on Feb. 12 or 13 with a note: “I couldn’t wait to say I Love You.” Talk to your florist now to order your sweetheart flowers for Valentine’s Day.