Dating flower etiquette
Tradition aside, a “shroud-looking garment” just might not be the best choice aesthetically. White and ivory should be left for the bride — and that still holds true today,” said Gottsman.
Everything from receiving flowers to professing love for a co-worker to keeping the details of a budding romance a secret makes celebrating the holiday in the workplace potentially awkward.
This Valentine’s Day, about a third of Americans will send flowers to romantic partners, mostly at their workplaces, according to the Society of American Florists.
Florists say sales are particularly strong when the holiday falls on a weekday as it does this year, mostly because of the “Oh, my gosh! “Women want to show their flowers off at the office,” says Paul Kerbel, co-owner of Floral Promotions in Plantation.
When asking someone out on a date it is polite to do it face-to-face or at least over the phone.
If you are doing the inviting it is up to you to make the arrangements.