Everyone knows that a red rose is commonly used to express love and beauty. But do not stop here!
It is fun to know the meaning of flowers so that next time you want to convey something indirectly while still carry a meaningful message, you can say it with flowers and let them decode!
First of all, before learning about the flower language, let’s interpret the meanings attributed to the colours first.
Pink indicates that you would never forget the person; white represents the purest heart, it is all about being sweet and lovely; red means you would sacrifice your heart for the receiver; while yellow-coloured flowers symbolize rejection; purple violet says you have been thinking of the person.
Have you ever noticed—before environmental awareness was widely understood— why did some mountaineers insist to bring a bouquet of Edelweiss home for their loved ones? Because Edelweiss means devotion, it takes a mountain to get one.
How about sending flowers to your favorite athletes in Asian Games 2018? Bring them a bouquet of Hyacinth, for it speaks about playfulness in terms of games and sport. If you go for more a specific message, white Hyacinth can mean prayers you are sending out for the athletes or blue Hyacinth to express how you adore them in the field.
In the love department, a Red Rose is very popular. A white Rose represents your promise to start a new beginning, and you can choose either coral Rose or yellow Rose to express the feeling of love to your best friends.
But in fact, you can use some alternatives to express the feeling of love with the same message as the rose does. Red Tulip is the perfect idea for you to confess your love, or if you are in the early stage of a relationship, you may choose a yellow Tulip or Sunflowers to say that you adore the person’s smile and Calla Lily to complement her beauty.
Plan to propose a girl of your dream? Do not forget to add stems of Yarrow in your bouquet as it symbolizes everlasting love.