Every bouquet has a story behind it, what's yours?
Spring flowers are now available for the medium size, just add a note if you would like them included. Let one of our florists choose the flowers and send it wrapped up in craft paper and in a water holding box. The florist would choose flowers appropriate for the occasion.
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The meaning of flowers
The rose is the most iconic flower of love, and its meaning varies depending on the color. Red roses symbolize passion and romance, pink roses represent gratitude and appreciation, yellow roses symbolize friendship and happiness, and white roses symbolize innocence and purity.
Lilies are often associated with purity, innocence, and new beginnings. They are also a symbol of faith, hope, and charity.
Orchids are a symbol of luxury, beauty, and desire. They are also associated with fertility and new life.
Daffodils symbolize new beginnings, hope, and happiness. They are also associated with rebirth and springtime.
Sunflowers symbolize loyalty, devotion, and longevity. They are also a symbol of happiness and optimism.
Carnations symbolize love, affection, and appreciation. The color of the carnation can also change the meaning, with red carnations representing love, pink carnations representing appreciation, and white carnations representing purity.
Tulips symbolize love, passion, and romance. The color of the tulip can also change the meaning, with red tulips representing love, yellow tulips representing friendship, and pink tulips representing happiness.
Hyacinths symbolize love, happiness, and playfulness. They are also associated with good luck and prosperity.
These are just a few of the many flowers that have meanings related to love, health, and relationships. When choosing flowers to give to someone, it is important to consider the meaning of the flowers and what you want to convey to the recipient.