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What Style of Flowers Do You Want to Receive?

Flowers are the most beautiful gift nature has given us. They are also probably a great fix when trying to gift something beautiful and thoughtful at the same time. They can be gifted on any occasion or even without any occasion. Different flowers hold different meanings and are gifted accordingly. The scent of flowers has also been scientifically proven to release feel-good hormones and has also been proven to help with stress and anxiety so wouldn’t it be amazing to gift one to your loved ones now? You don’t know what to gift them? Don’t worry you have come to the right place we have a list of flowers you might want to check out.

1. Carnations

Carnations come in different colors and each color has its own meaning. White carnations symbolize pure love and good luck, dark red symbolizes deep love and affection and light red symbolizes admiration.

2. Roses

Roses are a classic! Since ancient times they have been associated with love. Greeks and Romans usually associated roses with goddesses of love (Aphrodite and Venus). While red roses stand for the love they can also stand for death, mourning, and grief as many believe that red roses grew at the site of Christ’s death. Different colors stand for different things. The no. of roses your gift to someone can also have different meanings.

3. Sunflower

Sunflowers as suggested by their name turn wherever the sun moves. So they obviously symbolize the meanings associated with sunshine. They are known as happy flowers and can symbolize loyalty, positivity, good luck, and lasting happiness. Different people have different interpretations.

4. Daffodils

You can find a lot of poets and writers who incorporate daffodils in their writings. They pop up at the end of winter and the beginning of spring. They usually stand for new beginnings. In some cultures, they also stand for good luck, prosperity, and good fortune.

5. Sweet Peas

Sweet peas usually stand for goodbyes or as a way of showing gratitude. They can also stand for strength and truth. They can be found in different colors of pastel. White stands for innocence and purity, Orange for enthusiasm and excitement, Rec represents love and desire, Pink represents beauty and youth and Purple represents royalty and pride.

6. Peony

They are one of the most beautiful flowers. The growing season for these is quite short. These have different stories and symbolism for different cultures. These too come in different colors with different symbolism. White symbolizes bashfulness, Pink symbolizes good luck and prosperity and Red represents love and passion.

Conclusion

Whatever flower you choose from now on you will always know the meaning behind it and might appreciate receiving some even more than before. Who knew you could be this thoughtful while gifting flowers. You can either gift a bouquet of the same flowers or a mix of different flowers. If you want to let the other person know the meanings behind the flowers you can note it down on a small card and give it along with the bouquet. We are sure it will put a smile on their face.

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