Casper flower shop has been preparing for Valentine's Day for weeks
Whether or not you're ready for Valentine's Day, Keefe's Flowers has been be preparing since January. Each time an order comes in, a designer gets the ticket, a vase is chosen, candy and toys go in and the flowers are arranged.
"It's art for us to put together all of these bouquets and arrangements for everyone," Stacey Reed, Keefe's Flowers Marketing Director, said.
By the end of the week, more than a thousand bouquets will have gone out the door. Reed said it's rewarding to help people find the right gift for their loved ones.
"I love it when a guy or even a gal comes in, takes their time, they really think about what their significant other would love," Reed said.
Not only are there more than 1,000 orders, there are hundreds of deliveries.
During the week Keefe's collects all the rose pedals that have fallen or been taken off the bouquets. At the end of the day Friday, they go outside and throw the rose pedals into the sky to celebrate.