* You don’t have to buy the same old bouquet of flowers this Valentine’s Day
* This “book-quet” replaces flowers with books for a colorful arrangement
* It’s the ideal gift for book lovers and avid readers
Bored of gifting the same bouquet of flowers to your partner every Valentine’s Day? That could all change with the introduction of this spectacular “book-quet”. Granted, if your significant other hates books, this might not go down so well, but for any bibliophiles out there, this arrangement couldn’t be better.
The book bouquet features a 9-book composition with 3 different classic book titles.
In red is the timeless horror novel Dracula. Alice in Wonderland is in blue. And in green, completing the colorful arrangement is everyone’s favorite, The Wizard of Oz. Each of the books is actually a soft plush, made from polyester. They are soft to touch and can be detached from the stem keeping it in the bouquet, allowing the recipient to rearrange the display as they choose. This also means that unlike flowers, the book bouquet will never die, giving greater longevity to your thoughtful Valentine’s gift.
In addition, to complete the genuine bouquet feel, your book-based gift will arrive wrapped in purple crepe paper and purple mylar, finished off with a beautiful purple bow over the top. There’s also no need to worry about damage in transit either as the book bouquet is transported in a sturdy box.
After your partner enjoys the bouquet as is, he or she can arrange the books as pillows in a reading nook or on the sofa. Plus, should you ever need to clean or bring some life back to the books, a dab a detergent on a damp cloth will get the ‘flowers’ looking bright and cheery all over again. You certainly can’t say that about real buds!
If your partner loves nothing more than curling up with a good book, it may be time to up your Valentine’s game and deliver a truly unexpected gift. And if books aren’t your partner’s thing, it’s worth noting that ThinkGeek has a wide range of unique bouquet alternatives, including kitties for cat lovers, film characters for Star Wars geeks and even a planet arrangement for star gazers.