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Best of: Valentine’s Day Flower Arrangements

by Grace Bonney


I always get excited for February because it means I can indulge in pink, red and love-themed flower arrangements. Few things make me happier than sending or making flower arrangements for my friends, so this time of year my brain starts working overtime to think of creative ways to celebrate the people who mean so much to me. Whether it’s a romantic gift or just something to say, “Hey, thanks for being so great” (my favorite kind), I wanted to kick off the first day of February with a little roundup of the best Valentine’s Day-friendly flower arrangements we’ve featured on the site. We have a slew of new ones (and V-Day DIY projects) coming up over the next week or two, but I wanted to share these in case anyone’s sending out gifts a little early. Also, if you’re in the mood for flowers inspired by romantic love, check out the arrangements MK created for our column Wild Love (inspired by famous couples). xo, grace

Image above: Valentine’s Day Arrangement How-to Using Ranunculus


Image above: Valentine’s Day Arrangement How-to by Amy Merrick

More Valentine’s Day arrangements after the jump . . .

Image above: DIY Floral Corsage Necklace

Image above: A Valentine’s Bouquet How-to from Floret Flowers

Image above: A DIY Amaryllis Arrangement by Amy Merrick

Image above: Bittersweet and Rosehip Wreath by Amy Merrick

Image above: Arrangements and Centerpiece Ideas Using Antique Roses by MK from Loretta Flowers

Image above: A DIY Amaryllis Arrangement by Amy Merrick

Image above: A How-to for Drying Hydrangeas (great for a long-lasting floral gift)

Image above: A Valentine’s Arrangement How-to from Love ‘n Fresh Flowers

Image above: A Valentine’s Arrangement How-to from Love ‘n Fresh Flowers

Image above: Red and White Floral Arrangement How-to by Sarah Brysk Cohen

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