Do you have a crush on a coworker and are not sure how they feel about you? Perhaps you are not sure if they have a boyfriend or a girlfriend. If so, the one way to find out is to send Valentines Day flowers to your workmate and see how they react when they get the flower delivery.
There are two ways that you can do this and start the ball rolling when it comes to your potential romance with your coworker. You can send Valentines Day flowers to the office and see how your coworker reacts upon the flower delivery. You can also choose to send a flower delivery to his or her home with your name on the card. This can get your crush out in the open and let them know how you feel.
You can choose from many different flower types when you are looking for a Valentines Day flower delivery to your coworker. If you are not sure how he or she feels about you, you will want to choose an arrangement that is pretty, not over the top with regard to price and something other than red roses. Red roses are the symbol of love and this can appear that you are coming on a bit too strong. One type of flower that is perfect to send to your coworker for a Valentines Day flower delivery is orchids. Orchids and lilies together make for an exotic bouquet that is sure to please her or him.
If you send the flowers to your coworker at work, you are best not to sign the card and embarrass them in front of everyone. You can see by his or her reaction if they suspect who the flowers are from upon the flower delivery. This can also be an indication that they are in a relationship, if they assume that they are from their boyfriend or girlfriend. In such a case, you can then keep your mouth shut about the flowers.
If you send the flowers to your coworker at their home, you can let them know that you care about them without the office office knowing about it. This way, you can see how they feel about you. You can add your name to the card so when they receive the Valentines Day flower delivery, they realize how you feel about them and can then make a decision as to how they feel about you.