What’s Your Valentine's Day Gift Giving Style (Part 3)?
by Benjamin Kovacs on Jan 24, 2020
Gifts of Romance
If you haven’t already, go ahead and glance through our previous blog to get caught up with the conversation!
We are all familiar with the famous scene in Shakespeare’s play where Juliet laments, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” (Romeo & Juliet, Act 2 Scene 2)
Out of all the giving styles, gifts of romance are probably the most common for Valentine’s Day.
If this giving style fits you, why not send your Romeo or Juliet one of our beautifully preserved rose bouquets, more specifically, in one of our luxury heart shaped boxes. We promise that Royal Roses will smell just as sweet, if not sweeter than a typical rose! Every arrangement is delivered in the highest quality and comes in a hand-made heart shaped box covered in stunning artistic silk-touch paper. You can even add a short romantic message onto the box itself… feel free to use Juliet’s!
Royal Roses’ heart shaped box bouquet is a fantastic gift alone or paired. Here’s a scenario… let’s travel back to our 90’s romcom films where every female walked into a room with a bed full of flower petals, candles, chocolates and a sappy love song playing from the boombox. Just add a Royal Rose bouquet and voila, the perfect gift of romance!
Need a few more ideas for romance? You could spoil your sweetheart by staying in for the night. To complement your Royal Rose bouquet, cut on that special song and invite them to dance with you. it may feel a bit awkward at first but isn’t that what love is really all about?! You could also show off your culinary skills by cooking up a special meal. Or, if you’re clumsy in the kitchen like me, you can just order some delicious take out, but try to make it fancy! Breakfast in bed, anyone?!
Whatever route you go, Royal Rose is sure to have your back in finding that perfect bouquet for those who prefer gifts of romance. Stay tuned to learn more about other giving styles for this Valentine’s Day!