So you're not the typical Valentine's Day girl. You hate chocolate and you think roses are a cop-out. We understand. Big time. We tapped cool-girl-approved florist Saipua to create four arrangements that we're sure will satisfy any type of February 14 personality—even the ones who'd rather skip it altogether.
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For the "I Hate Valentine's Day" Type
A little witchy and wild, this arrangement is a gathering of hauntingly beautiful blooms that are twisted together. Materials: Parrot Tulip, Ranunculus, Hellebores, Tetra Anemone, Astrantia, Agonis, Geranium, Spirea, Blackberries, Ivy. Retails at $200.
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For the Fancy Shmancy Type
Sensual yet refined, this arrangement is composed of blooms and foliage that come from all over the world. Because, well, nothing less would do. Materials: Amaryllis, French Tulips, Sweet Pea, Tetra Anemone, Hautau Ranunculus, Italian Eucalyptus, Jasmine. Retails at $300.
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For the Health-Obsessed Type
This arrangement is made up of earth's greatest healing agents: lemons, allium (onion), and geranium, all in a vintage ball jar that looks like it's been nabbed from your grandmother's kitchen. Materials: Tulips, Daffodils, Ranunculus, Acacia, Hellebores (Winter Rose), Forsythia, Agapanthus, Allium, Geranium, Amaranth. Retails at $150.
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For the Creative Type
This arrangement is made especially for the eccentric soul who spends her Sundays studying the Dutch masters at The Met. It's all about pops of blue and corals. Materials: Dutch Tulips, Ranunculus, 'Shocking Blue' Hydrangea, Amaryllis, Scabiosa, 'Tiger' Anemones, Italian & Seeded Eucalyptus, Dusty Miller. Retails at $250.
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