Roses For Your Sweetie

Valentine’s Day is Saturday, February 14th. If you want to let your special someone know how much you care, you can’t go wrong with roses. To celebrate the most romantic day of the year, Floral Studio is offering special pricing on 2 Dozen Red Roses, available for NYC flower delivery! For only $125, you can have 24 gorgeous lush red roses delivered directly to your sweetheart’s workplace or home. It’s a hugely romantic gesture. These are fantastic roses, grown on an Ecuadorean mountainside and harvested specifically to be at the peak of their beauty and fragrance for Valentine’s Day.Red roses not your sweetie’s thing?

That’s okay! We can create gorgeous rose bouquets for NYC flower delivery in any color of the rainbow, including white, yellow, pink, orange, lavender, and more!. Multi-colored roses are another great option: why settle for one color when you can have all of them? White and pink roses are great for the sweet romantic type, while yellow and orange combinations are great for high-energy couples whose love is hot, hot, hot!Some people don’t like roses at all. That doesn’t mean they don’t want flowers for Valentine’s Day!

Our team of talented floral designers will be happy to put together a one-of-a-kind custom romantic fresh flower arrangement featuring the flowers they do love! Same day delivery is available throughout NYC. We’ll bring the happiness right to their office or home for you!The best time to order your sweetie’s Valentine’s Day roses is right now. We deliver throughout NYC, including all 5 boroughs. We also make amazing gift baskets with beautiful flowers, gourmet chocolates and wine.  

Same day NYC flower delivery is available!

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