What’s hot this Valentines season? Love… love… romantic shenanigans … and a personalized approach.
So you want to arrange a Valentine’s Day gift for our special ‘Ada Ada’ and you are thinking dinner, chocolate, cards etc. This year, why not go a few steps beyond the regular Nigerian man? Key things to put into consideration… thoughtfulness and romance.
There is nothing like the gift of flowers to show Aduke how much you love her. A single rose when you pick up Nkem is a beauty that displays a thousand words in just one single gesture. And then consider having the other 11 roses at the restaurant on the table when you arrive hand-in-hand with Obong Uyai.
Flowers had secret meanings that express sentiments of love, lust, adoration and enchantment. People don’t know that this secret language still exists today, if somewhat subconsciously. Thankfully, we know and what better time to share this ‘cheat-code’ with our faithful readers than now?! The plan is to blow Baby Oku’s mind away… but naah not with your usual repeated words (give her a break this season). This Valentine’s Day, you are letting the flowers do the talking!
In all honesty, you have nothing to lose ’cause there are only pros when it comes to doing flowers for Valentines. For starters, a bouquet of delicate, aromatic blooms shows your appreciation of beauty and tells your ‘womanly’ that you want to give her the very best. It goes a step further by helping you pledge admiration and loyalty to Abeke.
A bouquet of fresh and lovely bright blooms simply says, “I love you” in the most subtly and romantic way.
The interesting thing about flowers is you do not have to say ‘nada’. Just sit back, relax, and let the flowers do the talking for you. If you ask me, this is an ultimately win-win situation.
No, we would never come here, whet your apetite and leave with the goody bag.
Here are a few hot Floral Shops in the city of Lagos:
Pretty Fabulous Flowers
0818 642 4648, 0809 407 3343, 234-1-8169972
2A Ilaka Street, Off Coker Road, Ilupeju, Lagos, Nigeria
19B Idejo Street, Off Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
0802 318 6170, 0807 264 2551, 0802 321 0291
0803 332 7262, 0812 099 6157, 0812 099 6156
0702 963 9704
+234 8035482507, +234 8074856110