Valentines Day at French Market Flowers
At French Market Flowers, we have the flower package to make your sweetie gleefully happy, and we can do that for any price point that you have in mind. Don't settle for the typical roses (although we have those). Let us create something magical.
Would you like delivery? We deliver, but only to the neighborhoods on our order form. We cannot deliver outside the perimeter on Valentines Day.
To make sure that we have the perfect gift for your significant other, we suggest that you preorder. Take a look below and see just some of the beautiful options that we can prepare for you. Call today or drop by right up to the last minute!
For your Trendy Love
It's a trendy, muted arrangement with pampas grass, amnesia roses, bleached ruscus, lisianthus and mauve plumosa fern draping from the container. It's in a vase, in a box, surrounded by that lush new wrapping paper that high end florists in New York use. Yes, the ATL loves your work NYC. $90
A Dozen Roses
A dozen or more roses in a traditional style with a little glitz. $80, $150, $220
For your I don't need a vase, Love. A Wrapped Bouquet
For your "Flowers are too fleeting" love
A woodland setting for spring bulbs. We mix a topiary (type depends on availablity) with bulbs like daffodils, muscari, and hyacinths. Then we throw in some primrose and the ferns to give it that woodland feel.
OK. Picture the French box with Valentine colors. Filled with tulips, roses, ranunculus, anemones, and a vintage French card. This is in a box, and it's supposed to stay there! It looks so cute that way. (A vase is in the box) $70
A bouquet wrapped in burlap but for Valentines Day, tied with a red velvet ribbon. Ingredients are florists choice. Hopefully, you can get a protea while supplies last! This does not come in a vase.
$50 $70 $100
Want to Keep the Bouquets Coming?
We discounted the bouquet , so you can do a flower subscription for a few more weeks. Choose your calendar and your amount on this page!
Add a Little Love!
A Valentine Mug that says, "I love you gnome matter what!"