Valentine's Day Flowers
We have a great selection of Valentine's Day flower arrangements and gifts for you to send to that special person. You can buy one of our gorgeous bouquets or boxed arrangements of long stemmed roses for Sydney Valentines flower delivery.
Valentine's Day is February 14th, so pre-order your flowers and gifts online today to avoid disappointment.
Did you know you can add chocolates, wine, balloons and more from the product details page for each arrangement. If you're not sure how, click here for more info.
IMPORTANT: You can only choose from the flowers on this page for Valentines Day delivery.
A Special Day For A Special Someone
Send your love something to remember you by this Valentine's Day. A dozen long stemmed red roses, some chocolates and a bottle of champagne can make for a perfect valentine's gift surprise. Choose from one of our pre-packaged offers or choose your own add-ons for that unique touch.
Sydney Valentine's Day Delivery Times
Valentine's Day is February 14th, and is one of the busiest days for florists, particularly for small family run florists like Flowers With Passion. For this reason we cannot guarantee specific delivery times. Your flowers will be delivered any time between 9am-5pm for business premises, and 8am-7pm for residential.
Please also check and double check you have entered the correct address to avoid disappointment, as we will be too busy to re-direct your flowers to a different location.
Leave A Special Message With Your Flowers
You can include a romantic message with your valentine's day flowers. You will be given an opportunity to write your message during checkout.
If you choose to do that, our florist Dora will hand-write that message on a small complementary card and present it with your flowers.
The Legend Of St Valentine
The history of Valentine's Day - and the story of its patron saint - is shrouded in mystery. We do know that February has long been celebrated as a month of romance, and that St. Valentine's Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition.