Each different flower has its own meaning, so finding the perfect flower either for you or someone else requires much careful thought.
Just as every person is unique, so are flowers – each different kind has its own meaning and definition. For example, lilies are commonly seen as funeral flowers as they are traditionally eminent at funerals, while sales for roses go through the roof on Valentine’s Day; symbolising love and passion.
Everyone can be matched to a flower whatever their personality traits so when buying a beautiful bouquet of flowers, it is important that they match the person you are giving them too.
Flowers that define happiness are bright and loud, matching the happy-go-lucky people in your life. There is so much emphasis on the weather having an impact on our mood; it is little wonder why the sunflower is seen as a blossom of happiness as it comes into bloom in the summer.
Sunflowers can stand tall amongst the rest of the crowd, and the sight of one is enough to put a smile on anyone’s face. Daisies are another flower that is closely associated both with happiness and summer, while also defining innocence and purity.
Belief and determination are strong traits for anyone to have in their character, and often it is these two factors that we can rely upon when making bold decisions – like accepting a new job or moving away. To have faith means having trust, and there are few flowers that better represent such a personality than the iris.
As well as faith and hope, the iris is also associated with royalty and wisdom, so anyone that is gifted this beautiful flower will know they are someone held in high regard. Another flower falling within this realm is the gladiolus; representing strength and moral integrity – this is often gifted to a life partner.
The most popular reason to present flowers, when it comes to romance, it is customary that a bouquet of red roses is never too far away. Symbolising love and passion, the red rose is a token of one’s love to another.
While roses are undoubtedly the most famous example of love, tulips, too, are considered a flower of romance. Marking the 11th wedding anniversary for married couples, its velvety black centre represents a lover’s heart that has been darkened by the heat of passion.
Flowers and Chocolates by Post
Flowers Buy Delivery offer next day delivery to customers in the UK direct from our Edinburgh store, meaning you can give the perfect gift of flowers accompanied with a box chocolates for that special someone in your life.
For more information on how we can assist in ordering the perfect flowers, give our team a call on 0131 447 1788.