We have always heard how flowers always symbolize something. But we never really focus on such things while gifting them. Do you know that some flowers are given only on certain occasions because of the meaning they represent? That's right.
We have flowers for birthdays, funerals, graduations, weddings, etc. Then there are some flowers which have religious importance as well.
Thanks to popular culture, today anyone can tell you that a red rose stands for love. But hold your horses! There are other flowers too.
Find out what your favorite flower represents:
Carnations are a representation of pride and beauty. Depending on the color, they can symbolize things like love, pride, admiration, capriciousness. Carnations are a great gift to someone who is starting something new.
The thistle represents a triumph over an adverse situation. It symbolizes resilience. Also known as the “flower of the sun“ and the “herb of witches”, thistles are used as a shield against evildoers as witches cannot look directly at the sun.
If someone wants show their innocent love, then lilies are a perfect gift. Depending on the color, lilies symbolize modesty, passion, gaiety, purity and innocence. If you want to keep things low-key, yet elegant, then go for a Lily!
It's a no-brainer that roses symbolize love. There are various colors, varieties of roses that mean different things. Pink roses symbolize gratitude, grace, admiration, and joy. Yellow roses symbolize friendship. White roses represent innocence and purity.
Because of their protruding nature, Hyacinths symbolize playfulness and cheery attitude. They also denote constancy. Blue Hyacinths specially stand for constancy, while purple represents sorrow, and red or pink shows playfulness.
Hydrangeas are a bunch of lovely flowers that make up for one giant artistic bloom. They usually symbolize heartfelt emotions. Want to confess your feelings to someone? You know what to carry along when you do that. Hydrangeas also represent gratitude.
Lilac oozes of confidence and a glorious youth. White lilacs represent humility, while purple lilacs symbolize first true love. New to this feeling? Gift a lilac!
The Orchid is a symbol of the exotic beauty, something which is rare. It represents refinement and maturity. It also symbolizes proud and glorious femininity. A great choice for gifts!
Because of their soaring stalky shape, Gladiolus personify strength, strong character, honor and moral integrity. The Gladiolus flower signifies remembrance and faithfulness. Another great choice to gift if you want to put a good first impression!
Tulip signifies proclamation of love. It also symbolizes fame. Gifting Tulips is like accepting a proposal with a big fat YES!
Now that you what these blooms represent, make a wise choice! Gift now!