Valentine’s Day Flowers For Delivery in Waco

Waco Florist in Waco, TX, has a stunning selection of Valentine’s Day flower arrangements that will inspire that sexy spark, set the perfect romantic atmosphere, and put her in the mood! The traditional gift for Valentine’s Day, red roses symbolize love, romance, and devotion and are the perfect bloom to simply say, ‘I love you’. The white rose represents unity, virtue, purity, and the new beginnings of love. Pink roses symbolize happiness, gratefulness, and appreciation. Purple roses symbolize royalty, letting one know that they are the most important person in your life. Yellow roses symbolize friendship, new beginnings, and remembrance. Orange roses symbolize admiration and excitement, making them the perfect gift for your loved one after a big accomplishment. Blue roses symbolize mystery, secrecy, and pride. Rainbow roses symbolize happiness and joy, which are a great way to combine multiple emotions and messages into one gift. We are offering incredible discounts right now on our Valentine’s Day flower arrangements, so take advantage of these fantastic offers and order your Valentine’s Day flower arrangement today! As the top florist in Waco, Waco Florist always goes above and beyond to guarantee complete customer satisfaction! With the best reviews in Waco, you can always count on us to deliver a spectacular flower arrangement with same-day delivery for your last-minute needs! We deliver to Waco, TX, and all surrounding areas! Take advantage of our amazing sale and order one of our beautiful Valentine’s Day flower arrangements from your local florist in Waco, TX. Order your Valentine’s Day flower arrangement online now or call and receive fantastic discounts!!!


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We’re a local Waco, Texas florist with a lovely variety of fresh flowers and creative gift ideas to suit any style or budget. It is our pleasure to assist you with any local, as well as worldwide deliveries and remember that corporate accounts are always welcome. For your convenience, we offer daily floral delivery to local funeral homes and hospitals.

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WEDDING & PARTY FLOWERS ~ Call us to schedule a consultation, so we can help you start planning flowers for your dream wedding or a special event – large or small. Our talented designers create bouquets, flower arrangements and on-site decorating with each client’s individual style and budget in mind.

SYMPATHY & FUNERAL FLOWERS ~ Remember, you can always depend on us when you need to send flowers for the funeral of a friend or loved one. We will design and deliver a funeral arrangement that beautifully conveys your feelings of sympathy and serves as a lovely tribute to the deceased. We also have Crosses of Comfort gifts.

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More Fun Facts About Love & Romance Flowers
What flowers represent love and romance?

Red carnations, red peonies, red chrysanthemums, red buttercups — they all represent romantic love.

What is the romance flower?
Red Roses. Unsurprisingly, this classic bud is “the most popular choice for Valentine’s Day,” It could be because red roses symbolize love, romance, beauty, and perfection. The iconic flower is also known for being a bit on the pricier side.
Most Romantic Flowers for Valentine’s Day, Anniversary or Love & Romance
  • Red Roses – Red roses might seem like a bit of a cliché, but they’re popular for a reason. They’ve symbolized love throughout history, firmly cementing their status as the romantic flower of choice. In Greek mythology, the red rose was created by the goddess of love Aphrodite, and in Roman times, newly married couples wore rose crowns and covered their beds in rose petals. In the Victorian language of flowers, red roses have one of the least ambiguous meanings – they’re a declaration of love, romance, devotion, and passion. With all this romantic history, red roses simply can’t be misinterpreted. If you’re looking for flowers to say “I love you” and show someone just how much you adore them, you can’t go wrong with a bouquet of velvety red roses.
  • Pink Roses – Although red roses are perfect for grand romantic gestures, we get that sometimes that can be a bit much. Pink roses send a gentler message, meaning they can be a good alternative for Valentine’s Day (especially if you’re in the earlier stages of a relationship and don’t want a bouquet that screams “I love you” just yet!)Deeper pink roses symbolize appreciation and admiration, whilst light pink roses convey grace, happiness, and sweetness. They’ll send the message that you care about someone and that they make you happy, without being too intense.
  • Orchids – Long loved as a symbol of luxury and refinement, orchids have a number of romantic meanings as well including beauty, love, strength, and charm. These elegant blooms are rarely seen in bouquets, so they add an unusual twist to Valentine’s bouquets. From regal purple Vanda orchids to delicate pink cymbidium orchids, Valentine’s orchids are the perfect way to celebrate a unique love.
  • Calla Lilies – The calla lily’s name comes from the Greek word for ‘beauty’, and these stunning blooms certainly live up to their name! We’ve included Cherry Kiss Calla lilies in our collection, adding a pop of gorgeous cerise color. In the Victorian language of flowers, calla lilies could be used to celebrate great beauty, and pink calla lilies convey admiration and appreciation. With these meanings, calla lilies are the perfect way to send a heartfelt compliment this Valentine’s Day.
  • Lisianthus – At first glance, lisianthus can seem like quite an understated flower, but they really come into their own when they bloom. Each stem has several flowers, so when they open they fill bouquets with bursts of color. Their pretty bell shaped flowers and flared petals only add to the appeal, adding charm to any arrangement. We love them for Valentine’s Day as alongside meanings like gratitude and admiration, they also symbolize a lifelong love.
  • Carnations – You might not think it, but carnations are actually full of romantic symbolism! They convey feelings of love and devotion, making them perfect for showing commitment towards your partner. Carnations also symbolize fascination and distinction, so can be sent to show someone you find them uniquely enchanting. Much like roses, red carnations in particular are associated with passionate love and romance, so we’ve included gorgeous, rich burgundy varieties in our Valentine’s bouquets. We also like white and orange carnations for Valentine’s Day, with the former symbolizing luck and purity, and the latter conveying joy and happiness.
  • Freesia – A big flower in a small package, freesias just can’t be beaten in scent – their alluring sweet and spicy citrusy fragrance is simply irresistible. Freesias are great for Valentine’s Day, as they express complete trust in someone – definitely something you want in a relationship! The different colors also have various meanings, with white freesias being a popular addition to bridal bouquet as they symbolize innocence and purity. Red freesias are the most stereotypically romantic, representing passion, and they are also unusually the most fragrant type of freesia.
  • Tulips – Although they’re more well known as a herald of spring, tulips actually have one of the most deeply romantic meanings, as they signify a perfect and undying love. This is an ancient meaning rooted in the old Persian tale of Farhad and Shirin – two lovers who would rather die than be apart. On the most romantic day of the year, tulips will express just how deeply you care about somebody. As with most flowers, red tulips are most closely associated with romance, but other tulip colors also have meanings relevant to Valentine’s Day. Pink tulips convey happiness and affection, and yellow tulips represent joy and cheer. Striking purple tulips are linked to royalty, nobility, and elegance – perfect for someone who deserves to be treated like a king or queen!
  • Ranunculus – Another popular springtime bloom, ranunculi are part of the buttercup family, and have lovely cup shaped blooms filled with ruffles – a little like compact peonies! The main meaning of the ranunculus is charm and attraction, so they’re a fitting Valentine’s Day flower whether you’ve been together for two months or ten years. Pink ranunculus flowers are particularly romantic, symbolizing love and passion.