Flowers can be boring. Make your breadstick bouquets all by yourself and make sure to create something extraordinary.
Valentine's day is just around the corner and of course, you have already planned to do something special for your partner(s). You might have already thought of or even bought a gift for your partners. It is the day of love and it surely is a day we enjoy celebrating with our partners. One of the traditional ways to ask someone out or to take on a date are flowers, generally in the form of a bouquet. These bouquets help brighten someone's day, they are soothing and uplifting. But why present someone you love with a bouquet of flowers that are eventually going to die and smell good only for a while? Flowers might be the traditional thing to give someone you love but what's the point of giving something that there is not much use for? Instead, present your partner with something more exciting, something tasty, something they would love, for example, olive garden breadsticks!
These breadsticks scream the three special words more than anything else can this year. It is the ideal gift for your partner not just because these breadsticks are absolutely delicious and at the same time healthier than any other breadsticks but also because they are elegant and painlessly easy to make. According to Olive Garden, to make this magic happen for you and your breadstick loving partner all you have to do is order the breadsticks from the closest Olive Garnder outlet there is. Make sure to pack them up. don't just order them, you can't help yourself from eating them right there if you do so.
So once you get back to your place with the breadsticks all you have to do is print and cut one of the Breadstick Bouquet wrappers that OG went ahead and created for all of us, wrap the breadsticks inside, and present it to your Valentine's Day date with love. Do you know what this shows? It shows that you might not be able to put it in words but sure as hell can put in the form of breadsticks! However, since it's always nice to hear it, or at least read it, Olive Garden has five different wrapping options for you with different writings on each one of them.
The options are separated depending on what your take is during this Valentine's day. It has only five options but you are sure to fit into any one of them. The options are - 'the traditionalist' that reads "Roses are red. Violets are blue. ere's a bouquet of breadsticks, I made for you" The second one is called the 'olive garden stan'. It reads "my love for you is never-ending." The next one short and sweet and we call it 'the minimalist. It reads, "Love at first bite". Then comes in the romantic one that reads, " 'Til breadsticks run out do us part" Then there's the foodie that reads, "To have and to hold. And most importantly, to eat." The last one is the cheesy one that reads, "We belong together like spaghetti and meatballs".
i just seen where you can get a bouquet of Olive Garden breadsticks instead of flowers for valentine’s day.. some boo me up real quick and make my day :)— sid (@sidneyjones_) February 9, 2019
We all know for a fact that the food at Olive Garden is really good and surely is much better than the food metaphors (which are pretty cool, to be honest). But, the valentine's day deal just gets better. OG presents you with a "Valentine’s Day ToGo Dinner for Two." The deal starts at $35.99, and includes either soup or salad with breadsticks, your choice of one of two dipping sauces (Alfredo or Five Cheese Marinara), a shareable entrée for two (Five Cheese Ziti al Forno or Chicken Alfredo), and a shareable dessert of either Black Tie Mouse Cake or Tiramisu. You can take all the cheesy deliciousness and it like it was meant to be: in front of your TV screen, watching Netflix.
Here's where you can go on Olive Garden's website to order your "ToGo Dinner for Two" through Valentine's Day; and for the extra romantic and bold, here's where you can go to download full-size versions of the breadstick bouquet wrappers to gift your one true love. So, it's time to make your Valentine's day plans a lot more special than they already are. Surely your partner will be blown away by the breadsticks and the meal. Now, that's the thing about Olive Garden, they never seem to let you down with their food. Almost every outlet has equally good food.
k if someone would get me a bouquet of olive garden breadsticks i would legit love you forever pic.twitter.com/uHDzAJsWbx— hannah g (@Hgrimes03) February 9, 2019
If you don't feel like breadsticks or your partner isn't a big fan and the two of you want to spice things up a little, then you can always make a flower looking bouquet out of Doritos! Yes, Dorito ketchup flower bouquets are now a thing (again!) and a quite amazing one! Unfortunately, the crunchy creations were only available in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. So this SHOULD be an option for our fellow Canadians. The bouquets are created using Tortilla chip aficionados, who deemed that simply sprinkling a chip with some nacho cheese or cool ranch wouldn't be enough. You can check them out on DoritosKetchupRoses.
There are also a lot more options if not for breadsticks. There are beef jerky bouquets, donut bouquets, cotton candy bouquets, and even bouquets made out of pickles! Grillo's Pickles (a Boston-based pickle company) created this one-of-a-kind pickle bouquet but it isn't for sale. However, you can create these at home because the pickle chips and spears needed to create them can be found all across the country. All you need to make this is 1) a variety of pickles, 2) multiple long, sturdy skewers, and 3) a vase to throw them in.
So here's wishing you a happy, romantic, and creative bouquet filled Valentine's day!Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.