Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14 and was long associated with romantic love, being an opportunity for lovers to prove their mutual feelings of affection and appreciation, or to confess their secret love, giving small gifts such as greeting cards or flowers. The bouquets for Valentine's Day have become a classic and delightful way to tell your girlfriend or wife how much you care about her, and should not be missing from such a holiday. Representing intense passion and love, the fiery red color is predominant in these bouquets as well as the flower that symbolizes love, beauty and devotion: the rose. These bouquets are just a few suggestions for flowers for your Valentine, and if that person likes a certain type of flower or color you can choose other types of bouquets, which will surely transmit the same sincere affection when offered in the context of this celebration.
The flower bouquets for Valentine’s Day are the most appreciated gifts when you want to celebrate this romantic occasion with your loved one. The gesture of sending flowers for Lovers’ Day, as it is also known, has become a tradition that can be observed in many countries, having its origin in the Roman Empire, during the third century. A spectacular floral bouquet can be a strong proof of appreciation and admiration, and could thus communicate a multitude of emotions and thoughts that could not be otherwise expressed. When you with to give your loved one a special gift you can order a floral bouquet specially created for Valentine’s Day, such as the heart shape arrangements of roses. In addition, it is usual to deliver a gift card along with St. Valentines flowers, or champagne and chocolate, and buchete.ro is also providing that option.
Valentine’s Day thus became known as the legend has it after the name of a young priest, Valentine, who continued to officiate marriages, despite the ban imposed by the Emperor Claudius II. For this he was sentenced and imprisoned, and while he was waiting for his execution he fell in love with the guard’s daughter, signing his letters of love with 'From your Valentine ". February 14 was the date in which the priest was executed and so it remained the day that honors his sacrifice and dedication with which has supported those in love. In modern times people continue to celebrate Valentine's Day and offer the beauty of flowers, especially the red ones, as a sign of strong feelings of love that bind them to their half, and to symbolize fertility and abundance.