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The Color of Flowers
The Color of Flowers are known for having their own language, with each type and color of bloom whispering its secrets within the floral marketplace. One stunning bouquet tells tales of love and devotion, while another is like a soft pat on the hand during a time of bereavement. Local florists, usually well-versed in regional and national flower-speak, can craft entire messages simply by placing a certain color flower next to another and letting them have their say. Next time you are ordering or receiving a flower delivery, notice the colors of the flowers and think of the messages they send.
Vibrant, passionate and demanding to be noticed, red is the color of love and romance. Red flowers symbolize courage, respect, constancy, admiration and, of course, desire.
Delicate light pink hues speak of gentleness, happiness and love. A very romantic flower color, it’s also a symbol of grace and innocence.
Peaceful blue is said to convey serenity and openness. A flower delivery of a bouquet containing blue flowers may be a sign to slow down, relax and release the stress.
White flowers can mean reverence and humility, purity and innocence or sympathy for a bereavement. Depending on the type of blooms chosen by your local florists, a bouquet of white flowers can be bold and brilliant, or gentle and self-effacing.
Yellow flowers burst with happiness. They symbolize the bonds of friendship, the taste of success and pride. Joy is also one of the meanings of this flower, as that is one of the feelings the color is said to evoke.
Youth and elegance, grace and refinement. Lavender flowers have a delicate, feminine and old-fashioned touch to them, even when contained in a decidedly modern bouquet.
No wallflower, here. Orange is bold, passionate and full of life. It’s no wonder that orange blooms speak of enthusiasm, excitement and exuberance.
Green flowers represent the optimism of renewal, of spring and of youthfulness. Green flowers in a bouquet are also a wish for good fortune and good health.
A royal color, purple flowers symbolize dignity, tradition and success. A bouquet containing purple flowers can be symbols of admiration and adoration.