If you’re reading this, don’t worry; you still have plenty of time to secure your Valentine’s Day roses. The classic look is just a sea of red long-stemmers, maybe set in a glass vase and delivered with aplomb. But we at Bice’s Florist have a dynamic variety of roses available, whether they appear in mixed bouquets or on their own, stacked alongside each other in a statement bouquet.
Stop in for a look at what we’ve got, or explore the site. In the meantime, let us pique your interest by focusing on one – we think singular – bouquet. Now this one makes use of roses, including pale pink, fuchsia, and red, for a dynamic representation of love and romance. We call it Hold Me In Your Heart, and think you’ll see why.
Set in a container that itself is in the shape of a heart, this is exactly the sort of floral design that makes the idea of floral giving on Valentine’s Day feel fresh and new again. Buds of all sizes are represented here, which makes this bouquet feel as appropriate for your teenage daughter as it is for your true valentine. We love roses of the long-stemmed variety, but there are so many other types of love to express on February 14 that it makes sense to think outside of the box.