flowers, purple stuffs, Valentine's

Although I have yet to receive a bunch of flowers on any occasion in this lifetime, I don’t need to actually experience it to know that receiving flowers from your loved ones is simply one of the most thoughtful deeds someone can do for you. Flowers are a thing of beauty + receiving one on a special occasion like  your birthday or Valentine’s makes it all the more special.

Apart from letting the receive know that you cared enough to go through such great lengths as choosing a bunch of flowers you think they’d actually like, different flower colors also convey different messages. Read on:

  • Purple ~ represents success, pride + dignity, as well as admiration + accomplishment
  • Red ~ symbolizes beauty + courage, also represent strength, desire + passionate love
  • Green  ~ symbolizes optimism + renewal, as well as represent good fortune, health + resilience
  • Blue ~ represents openness, peace + serenity
  • Yellow ~ brings to mind the feeling of lightheartedness, it also symbolizes friendship, new beginnings + happiness
  • Pink ~ conveys gentleness, youth, innocence + joy
  • White ~ symbolizes modesty, simple beauty + elegance
  • Orange ~ represents energy, warmth + enthusiasm

So, if you’re thinking of making a beeline to one of those Denver florists or if you’re contemplating on getting the best bouquet of Valentine’s Day flowers Denver has to offer, if you happen to be around the area, or if you are anywhere else in the world, don’t forget to consult the list. This way your object of affection will know what your flowers convey at a single glance. Good luck ;)

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mumwrites

is a 30-something work-at-home mum who blogs in between home chores + child-minding. i love coffee, books + reading, collecting lovely postcards, + spending loads of time outdoors with my little man.