Family movies perfect for Valentine’s Day


For those with a young family, Valentine’s Day may be a bit different compared to a few years ago. But having little ones around doesn’t mean you have to treat it like any other day with a quick card exchange in the morning – instead, use it as an excuse to do something special and have a family day that celebrates all things love. A perfect way to end the day is with one of these sweet romantic family films.

Lady and the Tramp

The sweet tale of a pampered pup from a wealthy home who suddenly finds herself in all sorts of trouble after her beloved owner has a baby, falling in love with a stray mutt named Tramp along the way. Although this was first released in 1955, this is a timeless story and everyone loves the famous spaghetti scene!

Beauty and the Beast 

Another Disney classic that you just can’t go wrong with that comes with a great message about love that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. When a handsome young prince is turned into an ugly beast by an enchantress who punishes him for his selfish ways, love is the only way to break the curse.

Gnomeo and Juliet

A family-friendly take on the ultimate romance, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The blue and red gnomes are divided, but two young members of the feuding clans happen to meet and spark a romance.


A choice that has appeal for the whole family, WALL-E depicts a futuristic earth that has become a wasteland, with one lonely abandoned robot that is busily clearing the masses of rubbish. When another robot appears on a scanning mission, an unlikely love story unveils, whilst we’re taken on an adventure to see what has become of the people who have left earth behind. With a clear message about the environment and consumerism, it’s both touching and entertaining.

Family time is a great way to spend your Valentine’s Day, but don’t forget to do a little something to let a special someone know you’re thinking of them. Serenata has an amazing range of bouquets just for Valentine’s Day, all available for delivery.

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