Giving someone flowers as a gift is a classic and timeless gesture of affection and love and has been done in different parts of the world for centuries for a reason. The right bouquet is strikingly beautiful, sentimental and can symbolize relationship milestones. In addition, a great bouquet can have a symbolic meaning to signify your feelings towards the recipient, and the type of relationship you two have. Moreover, a bouquet can brighten up a room and bring joy to both you and the receiver. Since Valentine’s Day is a day of love for everyone, you can get beautiful flowers for your fiancé, friend, family member or even co-worker. If you are considering buying a bouquet for a loved one, then you can buy any of the following Valentine’s Day flowers.
Roses have soft velvety petals, an intoxicating scent and are very beautiful. In addition, red roses symbolize passionate love. An interesting fact is, in Greek mythology, these beautiful blooms were created by Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Additionally, in Roman times, newly wedded couples would wear rose crowns on their heads and cover their beds in rose petals. These beautiful flowers will add the right amount of love to any home. They are a perfect flower to send to someone to show that you care.
Orchids are a great gift option for this special day because they symbolize love, unity, beauty and refinement. This makes them a perfect present for family and friends and significant others as well. In addition, Orchids embody the spirit of resilience and love in relationships since they grow quickly and are very sturdy blooms. Furthermore, they can bloom for years, and can serve as a reminder of your love. There are many different types of Orchids but the most common type which is found in stores is the moth Orchid, which is available in shades of white, pink, lavender and even a combination of these different colors.
Sunflowers are warm and bright, and they represent happiness, warmth and loyalty, which makes them a perfect mood lifter. Even though these blooms are not considered romantic, they represent values that we would all want in our relationships, positivity, and happiness. Therefore, if you would like to take a break from the tradition of gifting red roses only, you can surprise your loved one with sunflowers. They are so bright and reminiscent of spring. They are perfect for those who might not be into the rose aesthetic.
Carnations mean fascination, and represent beauty and pride, making them a great choice for new lovers. Carnations are available in many different colors. However, you can dye them any color you like. An interesting fact about these blooms is, they were used as ceremonial crowns by Greeks in ancient times. In addition, people believe that the name carnation is derived from the word “coronation”.
Daisies represent loyal love, innocence, and purity. Which makes them a great choice for new lovers, couples that have stayed together for years, family and friends. They are dainty in the best way. A bundle of daises add such a nostalgic flair to a bouquet that will make anyone fall in love again. Perfect addition to any room and will have everyone falling in love with them.
If you want to brighten a loved one’s day on the special occasion, you can send a bouquet with a card that has a personal message to make the gift more special. In addition, you can accompany any gift with a bouquet to make the present more special. Valentine’s Day is all about love and flowers are simple yet effective way in expressing that. Sending a loved one a beautiful bouquet will add the perfect amount of love to the holiday.