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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Messages behind the flowers

Flowers are one of the most beautiful thing created by nature.  A bouquet never fails to bloom a woman's heart.  Not only a bouquet must be beautiful, it also should be able to convey messages on behalf of the sender.

Here are the meanings and symbolizes of some popular flowers:
30th wedding anniversary flower.  Symbolize purity and beauty.  White lily is also a symbol of chastity and virtue.

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The Keira Bouquet, with lilies and roses wrapped with rustic burlap.

It's believed to be named after the son of Greek God Poseidon, Proteus.  It symbolizes transformation, courage and resourcefulness.

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The Emilia is a luxurious huge bouquet that comes with protea, roses, calla lilies and matthiola.

Red rose signifies admiration, devotion, respect and desire.
White rose is a symbol of innocence and purity.
Yellow rose stands for friendship.
Pink rose shows joy and gratitude of the giver.

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The Julianne Bouquet is a romantic bunch with red and champagne roses.

My favorite flower which stands for warmth and longevity.  Also express adoration and dedication to someone.
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The Ayla Bouquet is a bundle of sunshine.
Yellow tulip means cheerfulness.
Purple represents royalty.
White symbolize forgiveness.
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The Allison, is an elegant and graceful bouquet with multi hued tulips and white meadows.
It represents innocence and purity, also expressing/declaring loyal love and new beginnings.
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The Spring Breeze Bouquet comes in rustic mason jar, beautifully packed with daisies and roses.

Myself, I told him not to get me flowers, cos' it's more practical to spend on food or any thing in the household.  But every time when my young friends gotten their bunch, be it big or small, I would envy secretly (now no more secret).  So, for a long long time I never have a bouquet.  For heaven's sake, women says "No" becos' they don't want their men to go through hassles or spend money.  Men happily took the "No" from granted and forget about it for the rest of their lives, urrrgg......
I want a bouquet.

ps. The above content is extracted from A Better Florist Blog.

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