Meaning Of Flowers
As we all know, flowers can vary into a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. With each color or flower comes a specific meaning. The flower can have a specific impact on the meaning but in general, the color carries the same meaning for each flower. The different meanings of flowers are so vast that it is important to specify to the receiver why you are sending the flower. If the reasoning is love simply, say I love you with your Red flower. If the reasoning is as a thank you to a friend for being there include a thank you with your pink flower.
Flower color meanings date back to a time which none of us can remember. Some meanings are dated back to biblical times or earlier. These meanings have carried over through the generations without losing significance.
The Red flower is thought to signify your love, respect or passion to another person. It also signifies a great courage in a person. When given a red flower it is meant to say you mean a great deal to the person that you received it from. By receiving a red flower you are being told that you are a loved and honorable person that is deeply respected.
The Pink flower represents Gentility, perfect happiness, please believe, grace, confidence, thankfulness and Admiration. The person giving this will have your best interest at heart and be giving you a good deal of thought.
The Yellow flower has quite the mixture of meanings that you will want to be sure you specify which meaning you imply when giving it. Yellow represents joy, friendship, happiness, jealousy, zeal and trying to care. It is important to specify, because the person you are sending the flower to, could also know the meaning of the yellow flower, you will not want them to get the wrong idea. J
The White flower is perhaps the most popular after the Red. Its meaning signifies Purity, innocence, secrecy, silence, and heavenly. This type of flower is often used within a church, funeral services, or any type of religious rite that occurs.
A Coral or Peach flower carries the meaning of desire, enthusiasm, modesty, sweetness, and Joy. This is a popular color for first dates or even subsequent dates when the relationship has not yet made the step towards seriousness. This could convey the person’s true thoughts and help you both make the next step forward.
The Purple flower next to the red is a popular flower for lovers. The purple flower has done a great job at Representing Faithfulness, Passion and Hope. Sending this type of flower to your loved one will convey the deepest feeling you share with that person.
Whatever the color flower you choose to give another choose it with thought and a kind heart. Everyone loves to receive flowers, consider including the meaning with your flower as not everyone knows the meaning behind the colors. This will ensure that the recipient of your gift will know exactly what you mean with those flowers!