What Each Flower Represents

I believe we can all agree that when it comes down to giving a bouquet, we are confused by what each flower represents. There are so many ways your recipient can interpret the meaning behind your bouquet of flowers. From the type of flowers you chose, the colour of the flowers you picked, and the number of stalks you are giving. Every different element bears a different meaning to it. Here at Flowers and Kisses, we have compiled a list of what each flower represents to make your life a little easier.

Roses

Roses come in a variety of colour and each of them holds a different meaning. They generally embody the general representation of innocence and love. There is no better way to say, “I love you” with red roses or showing your gratitude and appreciation to friends and family members with a pink rose. Browse our collection of rose bouquet here

Gerbera Daisy 

These vibrant flowers often represent innocence, purity, cheerfulness, and joy. A pack of these flowers is sure to make someone’s day

Sunflower

They mostly represent admiration and platonic adoration towards a friend or family member. It’s bright yellow petals exude encouragement and positive vibes to your intended recipient. Check out our sunflower collection here and bring sunshine to your recipient today!

Lilies

As history has shown, lilies are mostly associated with funerals. However, with recent modernization, lilies are often gifted to represent friendship, devotion, wealth and prosperity.

Tulip

Ahh, the national flower of The Netherlands. While it may not be the fanciest flower in the garden, it is recognized for its vibrancy and grace. They represent enduring family love, royalty, abundance and indulgence.

Hydrangea

This alluring bunch often represent grace and prosperity. It expresses the giver’s gratefulness for the recipient’s understanding.

Damien is the founder of Flowers and Kisses Singapore. When he is not busy preparing bouquets for his customers, you will find him stuffing his face with fried chicken.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *