Proper Flower Etiquette for Valentine’s Day [infographic]

February 14, 2012 |  by  |  Holiday
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Happy Valentine’s Day, Infographers! Although many criticize this day as a hallmark holiday, I have always viewed it as a day to celebrate the friends, family and loved ones in your life. While one shouldn’t need a holiday to express love, it sometimes helps remind you to slow it down and recognize all of the love in our busy lives. Lets get to loving!

Flowers are such a sweet gift for both lovers and friends. Flowers smell beautifully, look fresh and natural and don’t add a layer of valentines day fat to your hips. This infographic sheds some light on proper floral etiquette. So guys, bring some daises for your office, give your girlfriend dahlias, your boyfriend orchids (for virility HA HA). And remember, red roses are for love, yellow are for friendship and BLACK are for hate, so don’t show up with the wrong color or you could be going home alone. [Via]

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  • hello

    It’s really good one idea to display any thing.. I thinking to use infographics for my best.. Thanks it’s impressive..

  • flower girl

    As a professional florist, you can go ahead and buy your flowers at the supermarket. I guarantee they were not processed properly, have not been stored properly and will die quickly. They will be arranged in a very generic way (if you plan to “splurge” on a grocery store “design”) and if you ask the clerk that is working the floral department any questions about flower care, I can bet you get a canned answer. Go ahead and order your wedding flowers from the grocery store too. Those flowers will make your wedding photos memorable for all the wrong reasons. I may turn this over to SAF. They LOVE dealing with blogs and opinions like this that disparage the floral industry.

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