Love is in the air this Valentine's Day and florists have worked around the clock. Designer Bunches owner Eliza Fagan has spent days making space for the 1000 red roses on order.
"There'll be queues up to the door and out the door, it won't stop," she said.
"It's pretty crazy, but it's fun," Ms Fagan said.
"Lots of people like to do the traditional thing and get red roses.
"It's interesting seeing what different people come up with and what different people think would be nice."
And it isn't just flowers florists have to worry about.
The looming love celebration has kept Ms Fagan busy, she's made hampers with chocolates and candles and wrapped orders in romantic-themed red paper.
Aunty Jax florist owner Mick Sweeney has been in the game for 41 years.
He sees the same people come in after decades of marriage to order Valentine's Day flowers.
It makes all the hard work - like stripping and wiring 2,500 stems of roses, putting ribbons on vases and keeping up with online orders after hours when the phone stops ringing - completely worth it.
"We love spreading the love and doing beautiful things for people's loved ones," Mr Sweeney said.
One of his personal favourites are lilies, while others like to get sunflowers and unusual arrangements.
The intensity has been building up over the week, and with each day busier than the one before, Mr Sweeney said preparation is vital.
"People will come in up until closing time, and people will still be coming in on Saturday and into next week," he said.
He makes sure Valentine's Day "love stuff" can be sold year-round to help minimise wastage.
Florists have organised extra staff and couriers to deliver the orders.