Shower Your “Golden Girls”-Loving Valentine With a Dozen Red Rose Nylunds

updated Jan 19, 2021
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Although taking a romantic getaway to the famous farms of St. Olaf might be out of the question this Valentine’s Day, you can still celebrate your “Golden Girls”-obsessed Valentine in a way that’ll make their heart go “vetugenfluke.”

Prime Party is serving up romance in spades with their Rose Nylund-themed yard signs offering “a dozen red roses just for you.” Sure, you can get your beloved a bouquet of traditional roses, but they’re sure to be delighted (and probably low-key embarrassed) when they step outside and see these lawn signs declaring your love.

You can choose from the “A Dozen Red Roses Yard Sign Kit” ($79.99), a set of 12 Rose Nylund yard signs and one reading “a dozen red roses just for you!” Each glossy sign is made of fade-resistant and weather-resistant commercial-grade corrugated plastic material with individual metal H-stakes for secure placement, with each Rose Nylund measuring in at 12″ wide and 23″ tall.

For something, er, slightly subtler, you can snag the singular “Happy Valentine’s Day” sign ($19.99), which features a dozen Roses in one glossy 15″ x 23″ rectangular sign, also with a metal H-stake included. This one is printed with a heat-controlled inkjet application using fade-resistant, weatherproof inks along with a scratch-resistant ink surface bond, so even if the Valentine’s Day weather forecast calls for St. Olaf-level snow, your sign will be protected and secure.

No matter which sign you choose, your Valentine is sure to feel the love. And of course, the signs make for a perfect socially distanced present to celebrate your loved one. After all, Betty White herself just celebrated her 99th birthday in quarantine. She told “Entertainment Tonight” that while her usual mile runs have been “curtailed by COVID,” she would be spending some time on her special day “feeding the two ducks who come to visit me every day.”