In the first few weeks of dating my now-husband, he asked, "We're not the kind of people who celebrate Valentine's Day, right?" It was a very leading question and unfortunately led to me replying, "Oh no, of course not," trying to impress him with my chillness. Truth be told, my real feelings about Valentine's Day came out eventually. Celebrating love with a few special acts of kindness and thoughtfulness? Sign me up. And that's why I'll be sending this list of the 10 best deals at the ProFlowers Valentine's Day 2018 sale directly to my husband, with plenty of time to order before the holiday.
While it's easy to write off big, online flower shops as not having the most unexpected options, it doesn't mean that they don't have some amazing offerings. Case in point: ProFlowers has a slew of cute vases and non-traditional flower options for your Valentine's Day needs, and their online sale just adds to the desire to fill your cart with little gifts for whomever you want to show love this holiday. With whimsical vases and blooms that will impress those who've written off roses long ago, it's worth checking out what ProFlowers has to offer. Plus, with their free shipping code FREESHIP, you can lower the cost even more, to impress your love.
1. Owl Always Love You
What better day for a little pun than Valentine's Day? It's a little throwback to the days when you had to make a construction paper mail box and agonized over which cards and treats you would drop in your classmates' "boxes." Owl always love you is an adorable sure bet for this holiday.
2. Love In Blooms Red Roses
3. Birthday Girl
4. Heart of Gold Hoya Hearts
5. Love Your Face Kalanchoe
6. 20 Sweetheart Tulips — And A Bear!
7. Potted Red Roses
8. Double The Love
9. Hugs and Kisses Combo
10. 200 Blooms Of Love
200 — 200! — blooms to show your love to your love! This show-stopping arrangement includes 50 stems of Peruvian lilies, with four to five blooms per stem, styled in a red or clear vase.
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