how long in advance should I order flowers for valentines day?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    if you're ordering from a dependant florist (i.e. 1-800-flowers), order 2wks in advance. then follow up a week before, to confirm your order.

    my husband bought my flowers from the florist inside of an Albertson's store. i believe he ordered 1wk in advance. they did a great job!

    good luck!

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  • Lilly
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    1 decade ago order flowers when you are thinking about it.

    A lot of people have flowers on auto delivery. Like for birthdays, anniversaries, and they have the "choosen" or "favorite" flowers listed.

    What message do you want to send?

    yellow rose = friendship

    red= love

    Orchids= honor

    Call a couple florist and see what they have.

    Be sure to drop by and sign your own card yourself with a personal note in your handwriting if possible.

    Be charming and add a Balloon, your favorite color or hers!


    It's never too early to order flowers.

    With all the frost and cold weather in the US this last 2 weeks, it's best to ask what they will have, and pay now before prices go thru the roof!!!

    I love exotic flowers and tropicals!!

    They import those, and they won't be affected by the US frost and January chill.

    Order them now! Why wait?

    good luck!

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  • 3 years ago

    properly, it relies upon. in case your sweetie is a real previous formed romantic, i'm confident she'd love that! although, it somewhat relies upon on her personality and beleifs. If she thinks the guy should be the caretaker, the protector, the breadwinner, ecetera, she'd likely appreciate a particular dinner and ballet. yet when she's provided or requested to bypass Dutch on previous nutrients, or is somewhat in touch in her occupation, or is an Alpha woman in any respect, the former-formed dinner-and-theatre (or ballet) may no longer charm to her. no longer all females like vegetation and sweet, pus, she may be allergic to a certian flower or compared to a particular type of sweet. even as that is an staggering idea and intensely sweet of you, procede properly: ask her questions like, if she had a backyard what might want to she plant in it (hint, those might want to be good vegetation), ask her if she likes surprises or no longer, does she imagine candlelight dinners at living house are more effective romantic than a meal at a resturant, does she even like ballet, theatre, ecetera? don't be too glaring, yet attempt to decide what she'd somewhat like. If she does love you as a lot as you want her, i'm confident she'll appreciate although you do for her. good success and function an staggering Valentine's!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Order now.

    Florists are swamped for Valentine's Day, and they'll appreciate having more advanced notice.

    Speaking as the sister of a florist.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I'd say it depends.

    --What kind of flowers are they?

    --Will your sweetie be there when they are delivered?

    --Where are you ordering them from?

    --How do you want your sweetie to feel?

    --When does the time feel right?

    Answer these Questions and I'll respond again.

    Just keep in mind that you should feel right doing it. If you get anxious, it most likely means you're not ready to order them yet.

    Source(s): past experiences
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    about 3 weeks although it depends on the delivery service they offer

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  • 1 decade ago

    you haven.t order yet ? just kidding a wk.

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