Having trouble selecting a flower for your Valentine? Looking for the perfect flower that will send the right message? It’s important to know that every flower might express something just a little different. Understanding what certain flowers express can help you in choosing the perfect flower for your Valentine. Here are some popular flower choices and what they might convey on Valentine’s Day.
Red Rose– Love and romance. The obvious representation of love. Don’t be shy to shower your lover with red roses for Valentine’s.
White Rose– White roses can either be a sign of purity and innocence or often associated with sympathy and death. Might not be the wisest choice for this holiday.
Yellow Rose– Friendship and cheer. Good choice to give to a best friend this Valentine’s Day.
Pink Rose– True love. Might not express as much burning passion as a red rose. Good for newer relationships. Also associated with giving thanks and admiration.
Lavender Rose– Royalty. Good way to tell your loved one he/she is king/queen of your heart.
Orange Rose– A mix between red and yellow rose representing middle ground between friendship and love.
Black Rose– Represents the start of new things or major changes in ones life. Definitely a unique flower but not recommended for this holiday.
Innocence and happiness.
Relatively happy flower that can represent awakening. Meanings can change based on the shade; red means love, white forgiveness, pink caring and purple royalty.
Delicate beauty and a flattering sentiment.
Relatively happy flowers and meanings vary with the shade. Avoid striped carnations, those represent refusal.
Secret admirer or excitement. Great choice for a crush or a first date.
Represents chivalry. Great gift from a man to his best female friend.
Perseverance. Great choice for long standing couples. Popular for weddings.
Riches and goodluck. Great choice for a newly engaged couple.