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DeliveryApp for Valentine’s Day

DeliveryApp provides a solution which connects customers to a network of professional, independent courier drivers within minutes, to get your goods moving fast. No matter the size of your business, with real-time delivery and tracking information at your fingertips, DeliveryApp makes your same-day deliveries easy and hassle-free.

DeliveryApp has become the chosen delivery partner for florists nationwide as they prepare for Valentine’s Day. Our fleet of 9,000 cars and small vans offer nationwide coverage to help florists scale up during their peak periods.

All deliveries can be booked electronically via the portal at and are fully trackable with photographic proof of delivery.

As self-confessed Valentine’s experts, the DeliveryApp team gave you our Valentine’s Day trends….

Lady with red roses

Red Roses Reign Supreme:

Red roses are the undisputed kings of Valentine's Day flowers. They have been a symbol of love and passion since ancient times and continue to be the most popular choice for expressing romantic feelings.

The Language of Flowers:

Floriography, the language of flowers, became particularly popular in the Victorian era. Each flower had a specific meaning, allowing people to communicate sentiments through floral arrangements. This tradition still influences flower choices for Valentine's Day.

Bouquet Brilliance:

The tradition of giving flowers on Valentine's Day is thought to have originated in the 18th century when the language of flowers became a fashionable way to express emotions. Today, the right bouquet can convey a range of feelings, from love and admiration to friendship and appreciation.

Red tulips

Tulips' Time to Shine:

While red roses dominate, tulips are gaining popularity as a Valentine's Day flower. Red tulips, in particular, symbolise true love and passion, providing a unique and elegant alternative to traditional roses.

Preserving Purity with White Lilies:

White lilies are often chosen for Valentine's Day bouquets, symbolising purity and commitment. These elegant flowers add a touch of sophistication and grace to floral arrangements.


The Orchid's Exotic Allure:

Orchids, with their exotic and mysterious beauty, have become a symbol of love and luxury. Gifting orchids on Valentine's Day communicates a message of refined and enduring love.

Carnations Carry Messages:

Carnations, particularly red and pink ones, are known for symbolising love and admiration. They're a classic choice for expressing deep emotions and gratitude on Valentine's Day.

Sunflowers in a basket

Sunflowers Spread Sunshine:

Sunflowers, with their bright and cheery appearance, symbolise adoration and loyalty. Gifting a sunflower bouquet on Valentine's Day can convey warmth, positivity, and a strong commitment to the relationship.

The Rise of Mixed Bouquets:

While single-type bouquets remain popular, mixed flower arrangements are gaining favour. Combining different blooms allows for a personalised expression of emotions and a visually stunning gift.

Sustainable and Ethical Choices:

There's a growing trend toward eco-friendly and sustainable flower choices. Many people are opting for locally sourced and ethically grown flowers to align their gift with environmental and social responsibility.

At DeliveryApp, they understand the impact the delivery industry has on the environment and ensure that all of their deliveries are carbon-neutral. They do this through investment in carbon reduction programmes, in partnership with Carbon Neutral Britain. And with a tree-planting alliance with Ecologi, where they plant one tree for every delivery completed, helping contribute to a greener, healthier world.

Make DeliveryApp your Valentines Day partner at 


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