valentine cupcake bouquet

Valentine Cupcake Bouquet


Now you don’t have to order the same old dozen roses, make it more satisfying with this Valentine Cupcake Bouquet made from 13 delightful rose-decorated cupcakes, splendidly arranged in a vase.


Product Description

Bewitch your sweetheart with a Valentine Cupcake Bouquet

Enchant your someone special with truly sweet sentiments when you give this beautiful Valentine Cupcake Bouquet from Sweetology!  Now you don’t have to order the same old dozen roses, make it more satisfying with this bouquet made from 13 delightful rose cupcakes, splendidly arranged in a vase.  Each cupcake is baked with wholesome ingredients and thoughtfully hand-decorated with delicious, natural buttercream and subtle shades of pink and red.

  • Available for local pick-up February 9-14, 2017
  • Each bouquet contains 13 vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream
  • All cupcake bouquets contain a mix of colors
  • Cupcakes are a smaller, home-size cupcake
ALLERGENS: All product is produced in a facility that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.  Gluten-free and dairy-free alternatives are NOT available for this particular product.

So why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day, anyway?  The history of Valentine’s Day, legend says, originated during the third century in Rome. During this time, Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers, so he outlawed marriage for young men. A young priest named Valentine was furious with this injustice and defied Claudius by continuing to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. Claudius eventually discovered Valentine’s actions and sentenced him to death (not quite the fate of those who fail to buy their significant others gifts on Valentine’s Day, but clearly a lesson to be learned from history!).

During his time in jail, Valentine fell in love with his jailer’s daughter, who visited him in prison. Before he was put to death, Valentine sent a letter to the girl and signed it, “From Your Valentine” — an expression we still use today. Valentine was executed on February 14, 270 AD. Later, around 496 AD, Pope Gelasius declared Feb. 14 a day to honor Valentine, who by that time had become a saint.

Today, we continue to honor St. Valentine and recall the history of Valentine’s Day each year on February 14 by celebrating our love for significant others, friends, and family. For thousands of years, the middle of February has been a time for fertility festival celebrations, so it is no wonder Valentine’s Day sweets and flowers are often the Valentine’s Day gift of choice around this time of year.


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Local Pick up Date

February 9, 2017, February 10, 2017, February 11, 2017, February 12, 2017, February 14, 2017