Valentines Flowers Bristol
Send stunning Valentines Day flowers across Bristol
My valentines range this year you can choose from the traditional rose bouquets of half a dozen, a dozen or two-dozen or two-dozen tulip bouquet. There will also be a range of bouquets for those that don't want to send just roses and like to send something a little to the special someone in their life.
I will also be taking bespoke orders for bouquets, last day for these orders will be the 10th of February 2022. Please either click on the button below to send the enquiry or give me a call on 07426 588388.
All my freshly bloomed bouquets are swoon-worthy and hand-crafted, and they will be available for delivery across Bristol between 10 – 14 February. With Valentine's day being on a Monday this year I will be doing deliveries on Sunday the 13th.
Our Valentines’ Day gift to you!
As a thank you for choosing Ohana Designs for your Valentine’s Day flowers, delivery is FREE on all advance orders placed by 11:59pm on 31 January. Simply use the code BRISTOLVALENTINE at the checkout.
Absolutely blown away with the level of service. The flowers looked exceptional, the communication was great, and the delivery (even following alterations by myself) was bang on time. Ohana went above and beyond what I was expecting. Cannot thank you enough.Chris G. Bristol
A question of romance.
Here are some did you know facts about St Valentine’s Day!
Why is Valentine’s Day celebrated on February 14?
Because on this day in 1537, King Henry VII officially declared it a holiday of St Valentine – and the name has stuck ever since.
Why are is it traditional to send red roses on Valentine’s Day?
It’s traditional to send red roses because they were the favourite flower of Venus – the Roman goddess of love.
Why is red the colour of Valentine’s Day?
Red is the colour of Valentine’s Day because it was once believed that the heart was the part of the body that the feeling of love came from, and as the heart pumped red blood around the body, the colour became the symbol of love.
Why do we gift chocolates on Valentine’s Day?
The founder of Cadbury'scocoa and chocolate company, Richard Cadbury, first gave chocolates to his beloved in a heart-shaped box in 1868.
How many roses are sent on Valentine’s Day?
Approximately 50 million roses are sent/received on Valentine’s Day around the world.