February 3, 2009

The Valentine’s Day: having a loved one overseas?

There is a solution to everything, including how to still be able to show your love on the Valentine's Day to the special one who is stuck overseas on the day when lovers around the world celebrate feelings for each other.

No matter where your Valentine is this year on the day when “a cupid” throws his arrow, you can always reach out and express your love and devotion, even if you are thousands of miles apart from the loved one on the Valentine’s Day.

There are a couple of florists in the country that could deliver your flowers just in time:

Flora Queen, offers up to more than 100 international locations, from Belarus to Honduras.

FTD.com, delivers flowers around the world. Check out the international locations, the recipient’s country to view the products available for delivery to that country. Not only FTD offers to deliver flowers, but you can also send an extra something to say that you love and appreciate your special someone twice as much: chocolates & gourmet treats, plants and sweetheart collections are just among a few to choose.

Established in 1927, Fleurop-Interflora is one of the largest floral company in the world, connecting approximately 50,000 UK, North American and International retail florists, offering an international floral delivery network in over 150 countries. Today alone, Fleurop-Interflora processes over 25 million orders each year.

While there are millions of cards available at stores and online, some of us prefer to add an extra special and personal touch and create a hand-crafted Valentine card. Take a free lesson on how to create a hand-crafted Valentine card at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum on Tuesday, February 10, 2009:

11 AM-2:30 PM
Visitors of all ages can create hand-crafted Valentine cards to send to loved ones. Beautiful materials, cancelled stamps, and Valentine sentiments are provided for assembling unique cards for family and friends.

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