Fast & Fresh Valentine's Flower Delivery
At FTD, you can ensure your Valentine’s Day flower delivery will arrive on their doorstep fast and fresh. With over 100 years of flower delivery under our belt, we’re experts at delivering flowers. Near or far, you can send flowers for Valentine’s Day to nearly anywhere in the U.S. or Canada and to over 100 countries worldwide. As they say, distance makes the heart grow fonder, and with FTD, you can send your love even when they’re miles, or continents, away. And if time caught you by surprise, we even have same-day Valentine’s delivery
. The last thing you want is to show up to your dinner date empty-handed. With our same-day Valentine’s Day flower delivery, you’ll have a token of affection to give the love of your life.
Personalized Valentine’s Message
There’s nothing better than receiving a gift from the heart. This Valentine's Day 2020, make your bouquet of fresh flowers extra special with your own personalized message. Whether you want to keep it simple and say, “I love you” or send a more personalized note, you can do so at FTD. Simply write a gift message in the text box at checkout or purchase a greeting card, and we’ll make sure it lands in your partner’s hands.
Cheap Valentine’s Day Flowers
You can’t put a price on love, but if you had to, we have an extensive collection of cheap Valentine’s Day flowers
that won’t break the bank or compromise quality. As you browse our Valentine’s floral arrangements, you’ll come across beautiful roses and carnations at steep discounts, starting as low as $30 for a bouquet. Or, if you want to break the mold, you’ll also find stunning mixed flower bouquets filled with lilies, daisy poms, alstroemeria, and more. Whatever bulb you’re looking for, you’ll find it here at FTD.
Frequently Asked Valentine’s Flower Questions
What are the Best Flowers for Valentine’s Day?
When it comes to Valentine’s Day flowers, you can’t go wrong with the timeless red rose. Our Valentine’s Day roses
symbolize true love and are the perfect sentiment for expressing your adoration. From red to white to pink, we have a variety of rose colors to choose from. Send white roses to express devotion, pink roses that represent friendship, and red roses for true love. Sending Valentine’s roses this February 14th will make your lover smile from ear to ear.
How Many Flowers to Give on Valentine’s Day?
When you send flowers for Valentine’s Day this year, it’s important to know how many you should give. The number of roses you send each convey their own special meaning. Take a look! ● 1 rose means love at first sight.● 3 roses say, “I love you.”● 10 stems say your love is perfection.● 12 roses scream “Be mine!”● 24 roses say, “I’m yours.”● 100 roses say, “You are my true love.”
When is the Best Time to Buy Valentine’s Day Flowers?
The best time to buy Valentine’s Day flowers is at least 2 to 3 weeks in advance. This will give you enough time to choose a Valentine’s Day bouquet that speaks to you and will convey your true feelings. We even have a delicious assortment of Valentine’s chocolates and sweets
that will satisfy any sweet tooth. However, at FTD, we offer same-day delivery on select Valentine’s Day flower arrangements that will show up at your partner’s door before Valentine’s Day comes to an end. Whichever delivery option or gift you send, you can rest assured that they’ll arrive on time and fresh when you choose FTD.
Why Do We Give Flowers on Valentine’s Day?
Have you ever stopped to think how holiday traditions came to be in the first place? Like how we decorate pine trees for Christmas or carving a turkey on Thanksgiving? Traditions serve many meanings, and Valentine’s Day is no different. The most common tradition every February 14th is sending Valentine’s Day flowers. Roses are the traditional flower sent on Valentine’s Day and have stood the test of time for centuries because they symbolize love, beauty, and romance. One of our best-selling Valentine’s gifts
are our gracious red roses. This Valentine’s Day 2020, you’ll find the perfect bouquet to send to your partner right here at FTD.