1. Have all important information ready.
Make sure the recipient’s name is spelled correctly. (We write the name exactly as you give it.) Use both first and last name.
Give the recipients phone number to the florist. If the recipient isn't home we'll need to call them to schedule a delivery when they will be.
If the flowers are being delivered to a school, business, or hospital, more information, such as department, work hours, floor, room number, etc., helps us get your flowers to the right person and the right place!
2. Be Ready With A Great Card Message
Valentines Day card messages should be from the heart. Sometimes when we’re put on the spot, it’s just so much harder to think of the right words. Think about a special moment you shared or how much your sweetheart means to you.
If you need help, check out our suggested list of Valentines Day Card Messages.
3. Choose The Right Arrangement
There are only three things you really need to think about when choosing flowers: (1) your sweetheart's favorite color, (2) their favorite flowers, (3) your budget. We can work with all of those and send the perfect arrangement!
If you don’t know those, go for something classic for Valentine's Day, like Roses.
Check out these recent posts for even more ideas:
The Flower Language of Roses
The Flower Language of Lilies
The Flower Language of Carnations
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Inspired by the surrounding natural beauty of Adams County, Wisconsin, Anchor Floral is a full-service floral design studio and gift shop providing fresh flower bouquets, sympathy arrangements, lush plants, home decor, gifts, and wedding and event floral.