There’s no denying that Valentine’s Day has grown into a bit of a commercialized celebration. Between the overpriced chocolates and cliché-riddled stuffed teddy bears, it can be tough to keep your budget in check without letting your special someone down! Elisha Dudley, owner of Petal Flower Company, suggests bypassing outrageously priced Valentine’s Day blooms by making the most of affordable grocery store bouquets. Get the brilliant scoop below, then head to Dream Green DIY for more photos and extra tips from Elisha!
Make closed rose buds look extra full and romantic by gently pulling back each petal one at a time. This is an easy way to make your grocery store blooms look as though they were clipped straight from the garden!
Note: This doesn’t work with white roses because they discolor very easily when you touch them.