The best bouquets without flowers that are great gifts for Valentine’s Day


A number of restaurants and retailers sell special bouquets for you and your Valentine. For your convenience, we’ve compiled a few below.

It is said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but as a woman let me tell you that this statement also applies to us.

Starting February 13, Olive Garden will include a bunch of breadsticks in their Valentine’s Day take-out dinner for two.

Starting at $ 34.99, dinner will include a three-course meal with a bunch of breadsticks and a box of classic Olive Garden chocolate mints.

The breadsticks bouquets will be available in restaurants while supplies last, but for those who want to make their own breadsticks bouquet, you can download the packaging at Website of the Jardin des Oliviers.

Cheddar bay cookies for your ‘cheddar bae’

Yes, it’s not a bouquet, but it’s a heart-shaped box filled with Red Lobster’s iconic Cheddar Bay cookies. Who could say no to that?

Starting February 10, you can gift a heart-shaped box filled with half a dozen Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Cookies.
From February 10, you can order half a dozen cookies to pick up at a restaurant or to deliver to your loved one (or your home. I’m not here to judge). The heart-shaped box can be added to your order for an additional $ 1, while supplies last.

Give a lot of love a “hole” with donuts

What’s better than a box of donuts? A bunch of donuts, like this one from Harry & David.

It costs $ 49.99 and contains 10 mini cake donuts dipped in dark or white chocolate. They’re nicely decorated with more chocolate drizzle and candy toppings so you can tell your boo, “I don’t want to live without you.”

For meat lovers

If sweets aren’t your thing, consider a savory bouquet of meat.

This bunch of bacon from includes a dozen handcrafted bacon roses, currently selling for $ 65.99. There are other flavors as well, such as the apricot habanero bouquet.
This bouquet of Hickory farms includes three types of salami for $ 49.

So whether you’re cooking up a fancy dinner or just planning to watch Netflix and relax, you’ll have some great salami for your deli board.

Ringing and stumbling money

Honestly, money is probably the easiest gift to give someone. It allows the recipient to buy whatever they want and you don’t have to worry about getting a gift receipt. But giving someone an envelope of cash may sound more like a business transaction than a way of saying “I love you”.

With a bunch of money, you can give money away in a fun way that shows you are still putting effort and time into the gift.

This one from Etsy Seller Moneyleis4U has 12 roses made from dollar bills that total $ 96. Including cash and labor costs, the silver bunch costs $ 150.

Everyone needs underwear

Sure, flowers are pretty, but they’re impractical. Underwear, on the other hand, is something that most people wear every day.

This bunch of flip flops from Hanky ​​panky goes for $ 150 and once you untangle each thong a silk rose is revealed underneath.

So you can get a practical and beautiful gift at the same time.


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