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When the man responsible for the floral arrangements at some of Hollywood's biggest weddings makes flower recommendations for Valentine’s Day, we listen. After all, if it's good enough for Sir Paul McCartney, it's good enough for us. Eric Buterbaugh is the chief floral designer for Cali-based The Bouqs Co., a company that provides flowers that are as lovely as they are ethical. Sourced only from eco-friendly, sustainable farms in California, the flowers are cut to order and never left in a warehouse.
With witty titles like “All My Lovin” and “Charmed, I’m Sure,” these arrangements are irresistible. For those unsure of which bouquet will send the right kind of message this V-Day, Buterbaugh has recommendations for every relationship type. You know, so you don't accidentally tell the person you've been crushing on for years that you just want to be friends.
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