Surprise your geeky valentine with sci-fi Star Wars bouquets

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

Fanatics, who are still high on Star Wars: The Force Awaken, can celebrate the upcoming Valentine’s Day with their favorite characters from the franchise. ThinkGeek has unveiled a collection of Star Wars bouquets for anyone who is tired of gifting and receiving sweet confections and flowers on every Valentine’s. But this year you may surprise your geeky loved ones with these adorable bouquets embellished with plush Star Wars characters.

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

The collection of V Day bouquets comes in three Star Wars-themed varieties: Droid, Darth Vader and Assortment. Each bouquet consists of nine plush characters from the galactic empire. Droids bouquet includes multicolored R2-D2 units, Darth Vader bouquet features Lord of the Sith with his gang of Stormtroopers, and Assortment bouquet is a mix of different intergalactic characters, including R2-D2, C-3PO, Wicket, Vader, Boba Fett, and Stormtroopers.

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

Each plush is 4.5 to 6-inch tall while the bouquet measures 16-inches wide and 24-inches tall. The best thing about these sci-fi bouquets is that after the romantic occasion the tiny figurines can be easily detached from ‘stem’ for individual display. So unlike delicate flowers, this romantic gift will stay strong forever- like your love.

So express your love with a gift of Dark Side bouquets, which are priced at $60 (per bouquet). May the Force be with your this Valentine’s Day!

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

R2-D2 Bouquet

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

Darth Vader Bouquet

Star Wars Bouquets fo Valentine's Day

Assortment Bouquet

Source: ThinkGeek

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