Flowers are a part of the most important occasions in our lives. They are conspicuously present on birthdays, funerals, graduation, weddings, etc. forming an integral part of our lives.
Most people do not consider flower meanings before gifting flowers. Read on to know more about flower meanings and to see what your favorite flower means.
Romantic brides may love peonies for their lush fluffy petals, but they'll cherish the meaning even more: The bloom symbolizes a happy marriage.
Ranunculus symbolizes radiant charm. It conveys a message that you are radiant with charm or you are attractive.
Like an extra in a movie that stays in the background, this popular bouquet and centerpiece filler — which signifies festivity — is there to support the star flowers. With tiny white clouds for petals, it deserves top billing of its own!
Dating back 300 million years, this flower comes in many sizes and colors and symbolizes courage and diversity. It was named after Greek god Poseidon's son, Proteus, who could change his shape at will.
These quirky blooms take their name from the Greek word for wind (anemos) since their lives are so short. The Victorians offered anemones the meaning "forsaken." On a positive note it symbolizes anticipation.
Lots of family and friends will wish you and your new husband well on your wedding day. Get a head start by filling your celebration with this flower that's a symbol of good luck.
If you love full-bodied flowers, this round bloom with an abundance of tightly packed petals, is the one for you. Bonus: its marriage-ready symbolism of perseverance and heartfelt emotion.
If you want your wedding to be remembered as one of blissful pleasure, incorporate some of this delicate flower into your centerpieces.
If you want your bridal bouquet to tell the world how you feel about your groom, nothing says it better than red roses, which symbolize passionate love. Pink (admiration) and white (purity) say a lot too.