You might say florists Sue Wright and Gloria Mendomsa are a bit busy the night before Valentine's Day.
"It's been wonderful. Crazy wonderful," said Wright and Mendomsa
They say customers have been coming in non stop to place last minute orders just in time for the biggest flower giving day of the year.
They even stayed open a few hours late to make sure everyone got their order in.
"I'm very happy. It was either here or hoping Wal Mart had some flowers so I'm blessed their open," said Aaron Cooperman.
Scott Gillespie said, "We're men and we tend to procrastinate. I procrastinate in school so why not for Valentines Day too. Keep the tradition going."
They might be cutting it close, but Aaron and Scott say they wouldn't let their ladies go without a classic gift for the romantic holiday.
"I'm buying for a special girl that I'm hoping to date in the future, so I'm gonna surprise her with some flowers for Valentines day," said Cooperman.
Making Arrangements florists say they try to make every arrangement unique, and that this Valentines day traditional gift will never go out of style.