Love Will Soon Be In The Air
How do you spend Valentines Day?
Do you plan a special dinner at home or in a restaurant that has a special meaning? Do you crack open the champagne, buy gifts or just mark the occasion with a witty card?
When it comes down to it, I think us girls always dream that we will receive the biggest most beautiful bunch of flowers in the history of the world? Take note men!
But what do those flowers actually mean?
Dramatic Dozen, £44.99, Interflora
Red roses convey deep emotions – be it love, longing or desire. They can also be used to convey respect, admiration or devotion. A deep red rose can be used to convey heartfelt regret and sorrow. The number of red roses also has special romantic meanings associated with them. 12 red roses is the most popular of all which conveys “Be mine” and “I love you”
Gerbera and Rose Bouquet with Vase, £34.99, Interflora
Gerbera belongs to the daisy family and therefore assumes the symbolism associated with the daisy flower. Gerbera specifically conveys cheerfulness.
Carnation symbolizes pride and beauty. A red carnation symbolizes love, pride and admiration; a pink carnation symbolizes the love of a woman or a mother; a purple carnation symbolizes capriciousness.
Rose and Lily Hand Tied Bouquet, £44.99, Interflora
Lily symbolizes purity and refined beauty. White lily symbolizes modesty and virginity, orange lily symbolizes passion, yellow lily symbolizes gaiety while Lily of the Valley symbolizes sweetness and purity of heart.
So now you know.
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Flower meanings from The Flower Expert.