Looking for a way to give Valentines Day Flowers on a Budget then you’re in luck!
Here is what you need to know!
10 Ways to Give Valentine’s Day Flowers for $10 or Less
Do you want to give your sweetheart some beautiful blooms this Valentine’s Day? If so, take a look
below at these 10 ways to give Valentine’s Day flowers for $10 or less. When you give these tips a try,
you can give your love some beautiful smelling blooms even on a budget!
1. Try your local grocer.
Skip the florist and head to your local grocery or retail store. They often carry fresh flowers cheaper than
most florists do. Check out the refrigerated options and grab a bundle of blooms for $10 or less.
2. Ask for day old arrangements.
Ask your local florist or floral department for day old selections. If they have arrangements that are
unclaimed or needing to be liquidated, they may sell them for less. Chances are these arrangements still
look fresh and have plenty of life left. Grab a small mug arrangement for $10 or less and still wow your
3. Skip the exotic options.
Orchids and other exotic options are fun, but they are not local to most areas and therefore cost more.
Skip exotic options and opt for flowers grown locally. These may be roses, carnations, and lily varieties.
They will still look sweet but cost less. Even 5 blooms at $2 each or less makes for a great $10
4. Consider a fresh plant.
You can snag a fresh plant that will last all year for $10 or less. Even Walmart offers fresh cactus,
houseplants, and ferns for $10 or less. These are a great, green option!
5. Try a single bloom.
A beautiful single bloom can make quite statement. Find a full, colorful flower for a few dollars and
dress it up with a filler such as greenery.
6. Make your own arrangement.
Find a fun vase and create your own arrangement. Grab some single blooms for under $8 and use a vase
you already have, or, buy one second hand. Snip and arrange the flowers yourself for a fun and frugal
7. Get creative with containers.
Head to the thrift store and find some fun shaped containers to gift a plant or flowers in. It will cost you
less than buying one from the florist and offers a more personal touch.
8. Let your sweetheart pick!
Give your valentine a gift card for $10 to a local greenhouse. This way they can choose a flat of flowers,
get a hanging plant, or find another small bloom that fits their needs.
9. Get creative with seeds.
Let your valentine grow their own blooms when you gift them bulbs or seeds. You can buy a flower pot
and some seeds (or bulbs) for well under $10. This is a fun, interactive gift they will love.
10. Grow your own.
If you don’t want to gift your valentine seeds, you can always plant your own herbs or small starter plant
in a colorful pot. They will love the homemade gift and the flowers it is sure to produce for months to
come. For $10, you may be able to create more than one.
See how simple it can be to gift your valentine some flowers for $10 or less? Give these tips a try! What is your best trick to giving flowers on a budget?