Does anything quite warm the cockles of lovers’ hearts like the flower delivery person knocking on your door or approaching your desk at work?
Whether it’s an exotic bouquet of fresh flowers or a fist full of wildflowers, a true romantic knows the power of sending flowers or arriving with a flower and gift in hand.
“A dozen roses aren’t the only way to go, “ says romance coach Leslie Karsner, Ph.D. “So find
out early on what other flowers she likes or what sort of wedding flower arrangement she has admired.”
Of course, you could always send a different flower each time.
Researching a few names can have a big pay-off romantically!
Here are 4 ways romantics make flowers work for them.
1. CONSIDER SCENT.
When ordering roses ask if they are fragrant, if not, have something sweet-smelling incorporated into the arrangement. Recipients should want to bury their faces in it!
2. PLANTS WORK IF THEY’RE IN BLOOM.
Given the relatively short life of cut flowers, you might want to give a potted plant so long as it is currently in bloom – otherwise, it’s not especially romantic. Azaleas are popular and have a multitude of bloom types. If your sweet one chooses to plant it or keep the pot watered out of devotion, another set of blooms will be back at the same time next year to recall your ongoing love.
3. ATTACH A LOVE LETTER WHEN YOU SEND FLOWERS.
Don’t just sign your note, “Love, …” Even a one-line love quote or love poem will virtually double the impact of your short-lived gift.
4. THE FLOWER DELIVERY OPTION.
While it’s exciting to arrive with flowers in hand, arranging for flower delivery in your absence, helps fill the void you leave behind with beauty and fragrance.
Be a total romantic and send flowers regularly…and watch your romance blossom!