1-800-Flowers.com Introduces New Gift-Giving Solutions and Engaging Experiences to Help Show Customers “The Way to Wow” This Valentine’s Day

January 20, 2022 1-800-Flowers.com

1-800-Flowers.com® is showing customers “The Way to Wow” their sweethearts, galentines, friends, family, and partners this Valentine’s Day with a differentiated assortment of innovative floral offerings, immersive experiences, and further enhancements to the shopping experience. Valentine’s Day is the second largest floral holiday of the year, and, in the ramp up to Cupid’s big day, 1-800-Flowers.com expects to deliver approximately 23 million stems across the U.S.

SAF Launches Valentine’s Day Resources

January 13, 2022 Society of American Florists

Valentine’s Day is always busy, but this year, February 14 falls on the Monday after Super Bowl Sunday, which could bring additional challenges. The Society of American Florists’ learning hub, Career Connection, has a collection of Valentine’s Day planning resources to help florists prepare for a successful holiday. Click here to watch a short video that gives an overview of the resources available.

Rio Roses: Prebooking Your Floral Orders

January 6, 2022 Rio Roses / Equiflor

With the Christmas holidays upon us and Valentine’s Day not far behind, it’s important to focus on the current floral supply chain situation. As we covered in the September issue of LivRio, supply challenges are continuing, and there’s no sign that these will improve any time soon.

Who Needs Flowers on Valentine’s Day When you Can Have a Maine ‘Lobster Tail Bouquet’?

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner which means couples from all over will be celebrating the romantic tradition. But this year, who wants flowers when you could have a Maine ‘Lobster Tail Bouquet’?

Stop & Shop Valentine’s Day Survey Reveals Love is Still in the Air

February 12, 2021 Stop & Shop

While the persistence of the COVID-19 pandemic may have some feeling bitter, a recent survey from Stop & Shop found that this Valentine’s Day will be nothing but sweet with 67% of respondents stating they will still celebrate the holiday. The survey also found that love birds won’t be going big with gifts this year – and they will be staying home.