The history of St Valentine’s Day and the story of its patron saint are shrouded in mystery. We do know that the month of February has long been celebrated as a month of romance, and that gifts especially flowers were exchanged between loved ones.
One of the earliest and popular symbols of Valentine’s Day is Cupid, the roman god of love, who is represented by the image of a young boy with a bow and arrow. Nowadays, Valentine’s Day is generally symbolized by the image of a heart and a red rose. Fleming Florist in Naas, can deliver red roses to your loved one on Valentine’s Day, and you can keep up a tradition that’s has been around for centuries.
Log on to www.flemingflorist.ie and see what’s on offer… we have a beautiful selection of romantic red rose bouquets, teddys, chocolates and love balloons. We can deliver all around Naas, in to workplaces, shops, offices and homes. We will be very busy all day delivering bouquets and we delight in watching the delighted faces when a bouquet is handed over!
The custom of choosing a sweetheart on Valentine’s Day goes back to the middle ages, and hence the reason why some people keep their valentines gifts anonymous.
Whatever the odd mixture of origins, Valentine’s Day is a day for sweethearts. It’s a day you show your loved one you care. Fleming Florist will be delighted to help you chose that special gift for the special person in your life, and keep the tradition of cupid alive and well.