Treat someone special this Valentine's Day and let Booker Flowers and Gifts kick-start your romantic weekend with your loved one by sending them a beautiful bouquet of romantic flowers.
Order your Valentine’s Day Flowers from Booker Flowers and Gifts to be guaranteed beautiful flowers delivered in Liverpool to your loved one - the perfect way to say "I love you".
Booker Flowers and Gifts are an award winning Liverpool florists with 30 years’ experience offering same day and next day Liverpool delivery from professional and experienced florists.
Plus spend over £45 on Valentine's Flowers and receive a FREE box of chocolates plus a £5 OFF Voucher to redeem against a future flower order. (Terms and Conditions apply - see below)
This Liverpool Florist Valentine’s Day Collection has a wide range of beautiful flowers from a single red rose, dozen red roses, two dozen red roses or for the more extravagant gift 100 red roses – all available for Liverpool flower delivery on Valentine’s Day.
Although red roses are the most popular Valentine’s Day flowers, other flowers such as lilies, carnations, alstroemeria and gerberas are also very romantic flowers for sending on Valentine's Day.
So if you need a little Valentine’s Day inspiration here are the 5 most popular Bouquets to send on Valentine’s Day from Booker Flowers and Gifts:
Red roses symbolise love, admiration and devotion, so no surprise that the most common Valentine’s Day Bouquet is a romantic bouquet of red roses. However, the number of red roses you send has special romantic meanings associated with them. 12 red roses are the most popular of all which conveys "Be mine" and "I love you".
However 24 red roses meaning' symbolism is meant to say “I think of you 24 hours a day. Pre-order your romantic red rose bouquets for Liverpool Flower Deliver online from Booker Flowers and Gifts and you won’t be disappointed.
Lilies are an ideal flower for an elegant and dramatic choice that are sure to please a person with sophisticated tastes. Not only do they have a breath-taking fragrance but they also symbolise love, purity and femininity which is the perfect choice for Valentine’s Day. Order your white lily and rose handtied bouquet for delivery on the 14th February to your Valentine.
These classic flowers are right behind roses in popularity, likely due to their feminine appearance and long-lasting vase life. Carnations also symbolise fascination, making them a great pick for a relationship in its early stages. Order this Darling Jewel Handtied Bouquet containing Carnations for Liverpool flower delivery on Valentine’s Day.
The popular Alstroemeria are a lovely choice in a Valentine’s Day bouquet as they complement other flowers nicely, particularly pink and red roses. Not only do alstroemeria feature delicate, eye-catching petals, but they also represent devotion, so they’re a perfect way to express your undying love to that special someone. This Raspberry Romance handtied featuring alstroemeria is a beautiful choice to send to your Valentine.
The bright and beautiful Gerberas are another option for Valentine’s Day as they are the 5th most popular flower in the world and a classic symbol of beauty. Due to their variety of colours they also represent cheerfulness. So if you are looking for a fun and flirty bouquet this bright Kaleidoscope Burst handtied bouquet is the perfect option. Order today for Liverpool Flower delivery on 14th February.
As well as these Valentines Flowers we also offer Valentine’s Day Gift Sets, Wine, Champagne, Chocolates and Teddy Bears – all of which can be delivered same day by an award winning Liverpool Florist.
Whatever you choose, be sure to choose Booker Flowers and Gifts to deliver your Liverpool Valentines Flowers and Gifts and your loved one will not be disappointed in our quality fresh flowers which are guaranteed freshness for 7 days.
Valentine’s Day or St Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on 14th February when people show their affection for another person by sending cards, flowers or chocolates.
Valentine’s Day has been celebrated since 469 and it is thought that St Valentine was a priest from Rome. The Emperor at the time Claudius II had banned marriage because he thought married men were bad soldiers, however Valentine felt this was unfair, so he broke the rules and arranged marriages in secret. When Claudius found out, Valentine was thrown in jail and sentenced to death. There Valentine fell in love with the jailer’s daughter and when he was taken to be killed on 14 February he sent her a love letter signed “from your Valentine”.
For centuries, people have been giving flowers to the object of their affection on Valentine’s Day. This tradition began when Charles II introduced the Pearson language of flowers to Europe in the 1700’s. This has long continued throughout the years as a means for expressing love and appreciation.
We believe this tradition should continue, so to show your loved one how much you are thinking of them, send them beautiful Valentine’s Day flowers delivered by your local Liverpool Florist Booker Flowers and Gifts.
* Terms and Conditions
Free Belgian chocolates will be automatically included with any order from Valentines range for delivery or collection on 12th, 13th, 14th or 15th February where products total £45 or more, for orders placed up to and including Valentine's Day.
Offer cannot be redeemed in conjunction with any other offer. Item may vary from those illustrated.
£5 off* voucher will be emailed after valentine's day or issued immediately in store once order has been placed online, over the phone or in-store.
*£5 off £45 offer valid on orders placed from 25th February to 20th March 2020 which includes deliveries up to and including 22nd March 2020. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.