Nothing is more beautiful in springtime than flowers blossoming and filling the world with color and grandeur. Flowers are a perfect complement to any decor scheme because they come in so many different varieties. Something people may not know, however, is that every breed of flower has a different meaning, spanning all the way back to ancient times. Flower symbolism was incredibly popular in the Victorian Age, and it was commonplace to give bouquets laced with a hidden message. The most well-known association of the language of flowers is the red rose as a declaration of love. We've curated beautiful silk flowers in our store that are both incredibly realistic and guaranteed to last for years to come, bringing the majesty of Spring into your home.
Roses are the most popular flower to gift to people, and each color of rose has a different, complex meaning. Pink roses are the sweetest of the colors. They represent grace, happiness, and gentleness. Pink roses are typically given as a sign of friendship and admiration. Perfectly in line with the color white, white roses are a symbol of purity, innocence and reverence. White roses say to the receiver that you are worthy of them.
The peony is a lush blossom that requires patience and care. The peony was especially popular during Victorian times, although it sometimes did not have a pleasant meaning. Peonies are flowers of riches and good fortune, according to the mythologies of the flower.
Pink peonies are related to bashfulness and compassion. If you want to show someone your appreciation, but are less inclined to be forthcoming, present them with pink peonies.
The most joyous of the peonies is one of white, which symbolizes a happy life. Mix these into a bridal bouquet or decor for a happy marriage.
With abundant petals and a lavish, rounded shape, hydrangeas are sure to bring life to your decor. While purple-blue is the most common variant of the flower, there are multiple varieties of this bold blossom. Hydrangeas range in meaning, but typically communicate gratitude for understanding. Use hydrangeas to convey sincerity.
White hydrangeas in particular are a very confident flower, which is somewhat unusual for a plant of that color. There is somewhat of a boastfulness of the flower, so display these when you are feeling proud of something dear to you.
Although these are not quite a flower, laurel branches are a very astute addition to any bouquet or decor. Laurel leaves are known to have been incredibly valuable in ancient culture, adorning the heads of the most brilliant minds of their time. Its no wonder, considering that laurels stand for ambition, sharpness, glory and perseverance. Encourage others with a bouquet laced with laurel branches in hopes that they will attain their loftiest goals.