Although there is 7 more days till Valentine's Day, you should order your Valentine Flowers today for a delivery by Valentines Day. Valentine Week is the busiest week for local florists who deliver your Valentine Flowers. It doesn't matter if you are ordering Valentine Flowers online or in person at your local florist, you should order today. Don't be fooled by the Telemarketers at 800 flower numbers and FTD, a company that used to be a florist co-op and is now a corporate order distributor, neither have the capability of having flowers hand delivered without the local florist.
Valentine Week for a local Florist is incomprehensible to the average consumer. Think about your job and image that you have to produce 10 times your normal weekly output in three days, that is what Valentine Week is for a Florist. The average local florist handles 2,000 roses a week, on Valentine Week, handling 20,000 roses in three days is normal.
Behind the scenes at a local florist on Valentine Week is where everything happens. The normal dtaff must be supplemented with part time workers that more than triple the workforce. Although these workers are often unskilled, they still provide the necessary hands to unpack the roses, cut them, put them in water, clean them and prepare them for the skilled floral designers who create the arrangements.
With staff working over capacity to diligently fulfill the volume of Valentine orders it is normal for the eraly orders to recieve the attention that is often given to each order throughout the year, but as the orders build and it gets closer to Valentine day, there is just not enough hours in the day for the designers to create arrangements for everyone and at some point, the shop reaches its maximum capacity and can no longer accept any more Valentine Orders.
To insure fresh florist quality roses and Valentine flowers you should order Valentine Flowers now and scheule a delivery a day or two earlier than Valentine's Day so that your Valentine can enjoy fresh florist quality flowers throughout Valentine Week.