Heart in a Box: The Stylish way to Express Your Love
The most romantic time of year is here, and what better way to swoop your loved one off their feet than with a Valentine's Day flower arrangement from Heart in a Box.
The most romantic time of year is here, and what better way to swoop your loved one off their feet than with a Valentine’s Day flower arrangement from Heart in a Box.
Whether you love the holiday or hate it, flowers and chocolates have always been synonymous with romance and you really can’t go wrong with a beautiful arrangement. But if you are still not sure what to chose, the flowers and gifts experts at Heart in a Box have prepared many creative options that suit different moods and different personalities, so you can have your flowers in a box, or in a forever lasting arrangement in a glass dome.
Opt for classic red roses or a non-traditional bountiful bouquet filled with their favourite bloom and have them delivered on the day of love.
A stunning floral arrangement is the perfect way to express your feelings on Valentine’s Day. These beautiful blooms come in various sizes and can be ordered online. As for those who prefer to add a ‘sweet touch’ to the floral arrangement, you can always chose one of Heart in a Box roses and chocolate arrangements for the ultimate treat.
How to make Valentine’s Day flowers in a box last longer:
When you receive the Valentine’s Day flower arrangement from Heart in a Box the flowers will still be in bud so it will take a couple of days for the roses to open fully meaning you get 7 days to enjoy them. The flowers will be in a water bubble when you receive them . Make sure that there is enough water in here so that the stems are fully submerged in water. You will be ok leaving the flowers in this water bubble for 2-3 days.
Once you have had the flowers for 2-3 days it is now time to remove the water bubble and all the exterior cellophane (you are best off doing this over the kitchen sink to avoid spilling water everywhere.) Try not to cut the ribbon that is keeping the flowers in place. With either a sharp knife or scissors you need to cut around half a centimeter off each stem at a 45 degree angle. (Increasing the surface area for the flower to drink.)
You are now ready to put your flowers into a vase of water removing any leaves that are below the water level as this increases the bacteria in the water. Every other day remove the water and fill with fresh water to increase the life time of your flowers. Try to keep your flowers away from direct sun light as this can cause flowers to wilt.