Valentine’s Day – a magnificent bouquet for the great love or a single rose with a lot of expressiveness? On Valentine’s Day, the roses in particular live up to their status as classics. They are rightly entitled to this role, because who can resist an elegant long-stemmed rose? If you prefer it more playful and modern, there are also other great ways to make the hearts of your loved ones beat faster with flowers on February 14th. We present you the trends for Valentine’s Day 2021.
The classic for Valentine’s Day: the rose
If red hybrid tea roses are a bit too dramatic for you, you can loosen up the bouquet a little this year and mix it with lighter pastel shades. Or as an alternative to the little sister of hybrid tea, the noble spray rose, which is very popular as a combination of rococo varieties. The name is no coincidence, as its flower shape appears nostalgic and comes in rich umbels, as is known from bed roses. If you want an even more playful look, the best thing to do is to use the English garden rose, which also usually grows in shrubs in smaller umbels.
Alternatives to the rose: Valentinestags trends for playful bouquets
If you can’t do that with roses, we recommend that you resort to playful flowers in pastel shades on Valentine’s Day this year. Here, above all, it makes the right mix. Delicate forget-me-nots in combination with violets, gypsophila and hyacinths will enjoy great popularity in 2021. If you like it a little stronger, you can also add accents with individual, large-flowered flowers. If you want to go a step further, it’s best to give a matching vase as well. In our shop you will find a nice selection of high quality glass vases
Flowers: the language of love
No matter which trend you choose on Valentine’s Day, the most important thing is that nothing else can better express an affection than flowers. If one is allowed to believe the myth that Saint Valentine secretly trusted couples and gave them flowers from his own garden, then it is one of the most beautiful tokens of love par excellence. Do you remember the first flower that you gave yourself or that you received as a present?