Show your partner you care this Valentine’s Day
They work hard, and always show us they care. We look to them for strength and love, and they always provide. So why do our husbands and partners receive up to 5 times less gifts then the rest of the household – especially on Valentine’s Day?
The truth is – backed by voluminous surveying – that men and women enjoy receiving flowers and gifts on Valentine’s Day equally! This Valentine’s Day, why not show the special someone in your life your appreciation with a hand-crafted bouquet that thoughtfully delivers your heartfelt message?
Valentine’s Day flowers are a strong part of the holiday’s tradition, which dates back to the latter part of the Middle Ages. To first understand the significance of Valentine’s Day flowers, one must learn more about the holiday itself.
Saint Valentine’s Day is a holiday on February 14. It is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other; sending cards, candy, jewelry and most importantly, Valentine’s Day flowers. The holiday is named after two men, both Christian martyrs among the numerous Early Christian martyrs named Valentine.