We've got Valentines Day flower arrangements that are unique, unconventional, and absolutely gorgeous. Whether you're looking for understated yet sophisticated elegance, lush and luxurious romance or serene minimalism, there's something for you. Opt to DIY or use as inspiration when working with your local florist.
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For old-world glamour, incorporate fruits or vegetables into your bouquet. Add branches of kumquats or ripe figs, or even some beautiful green artichokes and cascading grapes. The edible additions imbue elegant romance - and are anything but conventional!
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Feel like 'Beauty and the Beast' this Valentine's Day with a modern rendition of the enchanted rose encased in a glass dome. Fill a teacup with flower-pin frogs and water, and create a beautiful, lasting arrangement with wild forest roses and fern fronds.
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Who says an all-green bouquet is boring? A monochromatic emerald arrangement is anything but! Use fronds and leaves with lots of texture, like moss, eucalyptus bulbs, and rose leaves to give depth and dimension. House the arrangement in an classic yet bold vase, like this large silver goblet.
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Recycle your old wooden wine boxes into planters! Fill the container with soil and fertilizer and plant bulbous flowers like tulips, daffodils, amaryllis, and hyacinth for a long-lasting indoor garden.
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Give your loved one a botanical sculpture that doubles as a work of art! A rectangular glass vase filled with minimalist orchids or calla lilies is anything but simple and conventional!
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