Flowers are the perfect gift for anyone. Even though fresh flowers only last a few days, they are a vision of beauty and demonstrate your love and thoughtfulness.
Flowers bring with them specific meanings. Doing a little research before making your purchase can help you send the perfect message. If you want to make a particular statement with flowers, you simply have to unlock each breed’s meaning. Here, you’ll find popular flowers and their meanings to get you started.
Daffodils Daffodils signify rebirth and new beginnings. They are a great gift for newlyweds who are making a big change -- from moving into a new place or living in a new city to starting a family.
Mums Mums signify friendship and happiness. Newlyweds who want to express the joy they are experiencing at being married might consider giving this flower to one another.
Roses The significance of roses varies by color. Here are some of the more popular ones -
Red – love, courage, passion
Light Pink – admiration, sweetness, and grace
Hot Pink – gratitude
Yellow - joy
White – purity and innocenc
Lavender – love at first sight
Coral – desire
Burgundy – unconscious beauty
Red and White Roses together – unity
Daisies Daisies signify innocence, purity, and cheerfulness. Early on in your marriage, daisies are a great way to show how much you appreciate the newness of it all.
Calla Lilies Calla lilies signify magnificent beauty. If you want to tell your wife that she's an exceptional woman and that you think she's gorgeous, this is the flower to give her.
Sunflowers Sunflowers signify loyalty and longevity. Give these flowers to one another to declare your faithfulness and demonstrate that you're willing to stand up for one another.
Orchids Orchids signify luxury and strength. When your husband or wife needs a boost of courage or you simply want to celebrate the richness in your life, then you should turn to orchids.
Lilies Much like roses, the meaning of lilies varies by color. Yellow means walking on air and white means virginity and purity.
Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley means "You complete me." A popular bridal bouquet, lily of the valley is a great way to remind your spouse about the commitment you made on your wedding day and how much you mean to one another.
Tulips Tulips signify fame and perfect love. Obviously, if you met on a reality show, then you should give tulips for its fame significance. If not, tulips shout, "You are the one for me now and always."
Carnations Carnations signify fascination, distinction, and love. Although some people think carnations are a cheap flower, they are enduring. They've been around longer than most flowers, and their pretty ruffles demonstrate that you are in awe of the person who is receiving them.
Gardenia Gardenia signifies sweetness and purity. The lovely perfume of a gardenia is intoxicating and enhances the message of sweetness.
Hydrangea Hydrangea signifies heartfelt emotions. Lush hydrangea come in a variety of colors and they tell a person that you are feeling incredible emotions for him or her. If you're still getting butterflies for your husband or wife, this is the flower to share with him or her.
Anthurium Anthurium signifies hospitality. Whenever you and your husband or wife have house guests and are proud of how you've welcomed them, you should put a bouquet of anthurium on the table.
Iris Iris signifies eloquence. Husbands or wives who have to perform at work, give a speech, or address a crowd should receive iris.
Peony Peonies signify bashfulness and compassion. A timid spouse or one who is facing great challenges and could use some compassion should receive peonies. The bold peony will help them come out of their shell or feel comforted.