London’s McQueens Flowers creates a £5000 Valentine’s Day floral extravaganza

Tantalising and romantic, the offer is available for 10 couples only

McQueens Flowers London Valentines Day

January 28, 2021: Nothing can confess love more than a beautifully arranged bouquet of flowers. And then McQueens Flowers amplifies that by providing multiple bouquets to spread over as you choose!

Exclusive to lovers in London, McQueens Flowers’ ‘Display of Affection’ is a glorious collection of captivating hand-crafted bouquets in different sizes - delivered to your home in a selection of beautiful, almost 25 vases, brimming with the finest roses and seasonal tulips for you to arrange, however and wherever you choose. 

McQueens Flowers London Valentines Day

Along with fabulous flowers, you’ll also receive a generous bag of velvety rose petals for you to scatter in the bath, on the bed, on the floor, or wherever the mood takes you, a bottle of delectable Belle Epoque Rosé by Perrier-Jouët and a box of delicious Charbonnel et Walker Salted Caramel Truffles.

McQueens Flowers’ Chief Romance Officer Gina Hardy explains, “This year more than ever, Valentine’s Day will be about indulging the one you love at home, and we wanted to make sure that loved-up couples can celebrate that in style. Display of Affection is a very special collection and the culmination of our signature Valentine’s Day designs.”

McQueens Flowers London Valentines Day

Costing £5000, Display of Affection is available to preorder online. Limited to ten couples only, it must be pre-booked by February 10, 2021.

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