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5 Beautiful Birthday Bouquets to Celebrate February Babies

Even though February is the shortest month of the year and we are getting to the end, it might be jam-packed with birthdays of people you know. Of all the options of gifts you might give to those close to you who are celebrating birthdays during the month of February, there is something one can never have too many of: flowers. Particularly following Valentine’s Day, flowers can be a thoughtful gift that your loved one can use in their home to replace their wilting bouquet of red roses.

If you’d like to surprise a friend, relative or acquaintance celebrating their birthday in the month of February, take a look at our selection of birthday flowers. Here are some of our favorite picks for those celebrating their big day as we finish out February.

Teleflora’s Blushing Lilies

This dazzling display is the perfect gift for Aquarius and Pisces lovers of all things chic and pink. Pink Asiatic lilies are arranged as a topiary bouquet, surrounded by a base of light pink carnations and spray roses and accented with variegated pittosporum and white statice. This arrangement arrives in our large French Country Pot vase, a charming decorative piece that the recipient can display around the home for years to come.

pink lilies in a ceramic pot

Teleflora’s Birthday Sparkle Bouquet

Surprise the birthday boy or girl with this spectacular bouquet of orange roses, orange spray roses, fuchsia stock, pink carnations, spiral eucalyptus and lemon leaf. Embellished with a “happy birthday” topper, this gift is the perfect way to celebrate your friends and loved ones on their big day. If you didn’t think these colorful blooms were enough, you will be pleased to hear that this bouquet comes in our Celebrate in Style Cube, a shimmering metallic vessel with intricate cutouts that can seamlessly be transformed into an elegant candle holder.

orange roses, pink carnations, purple static, and more in a gold cube vase

Your Wish Is Granted Birthday Cake Bouquet

One item that your friend will get their fair share of on their special day is cake and sweets. Send them a creative, playful gift that brings the joy of birthday cake without the extra calories! This bouquet, which is arranged into the shape of a round birthday cake, makes for a cute surprise for birthdays at all ages. Yellow roses, orange and red spray roses, white cushion spray chrysanthemums, blue sinuata statice and israeli ruscus are displayed on a designer tray, perfect for any tabletop. Just make sure their party guests don’t accidentally try to cut a slice!

Orange roses, red roses, white cushion spray chrysanthemums, blue sinuata statice in the shape of a birthday cake

Teleflora’s Party Starter Bouquet

Arriving to a birthday gift with a thoughtful gift automatically transforms you into the life of the party. Bringing this colorful, festive bouquet through the door will have your friends’ party guests buzzing. Orange Asiatic lilies, purple alstroemeria, hot pink carnations, white daisy spray chrysanthemums, bupleurum, leatherleaf fern and lemon leaf create a fun mixture of vibrancy and greenery. What really adds the oomph to this arrangement is the curled ribbon embellishments and shimmering metallic birthday candles that adorn the vase.

Orange lilies, pink roses, purple alstromeria, and more in a white birthday candle bowl

Teleflora’s Blushing Violet Bouquet

What better arrangement can you offer your friend with a February birthday than an arrangement that is centered around the birth flower of the month, the violet? With stunning shades of purples and pinks, this fabulous arrangement makes for the perfect present. This spectacular display is made up of light pink hydrangea, lavender roses, pink stargazer lilies, purple alstroemeria, purple stock and variegated pittosporum. Blooms of different shades, textures and sizes make this bouquet an exquisite option for someone celebrating a birthday at all times of the year, but particularly during the month of February.

Lilies, purple roses, alstromeria, and more in a purple vase

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