Language of Flowers Valentine Cards

In true Lars fashion, I let the flowers do the speaking. A tulip, wild flowers, a poppy and a pansy each one of these flowers offer a special message that the flower represents. The valentines are based on antique botanical illustrations and include their special meaning along with a cheesy pun (how could I not include that?! Puns are one of the reasons I love valentines day!). These cards say nothing short of I love you for this Valentine’s season!

Language of flowers valentine printable

Guys, I’m WILD FLOWERS for you. Do you even know how much I love horrible puns?!

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Photography by Trisha Zemp  |  Cards & styling by Brittany Jepsen

Download and print off the Language of Flowers Valentine cards HERE

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