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Title: The Flower Emotion Guide


1
The Flower Emotion Guide
  • Learn how to pair your flower choices with the
    emotional tone of your occasion.

2
Why Does it Matter?
  • Have you ever given the wrong flowers on
    Valentines day? Isnt it time you got it right?
  • Have you given your mother a dozen red roses on
    Mothers day? Doesnt that seem slightly
    inappropriate?
  • Do you want your wedding or special occasion to
    perfectly match your own emotions?
  • Heres How.

3
Love
  • Lets start with the most obvious first
  • The Red Rose

To be more accurate its said to represent
passionate love or longing for someone. The red
rose has become an almost universal symbol for
love.
4
Love
  • Next on the list is the
  • Forget-Me-Not

This flower represents true love. Legend states
that a German soldier picked a bunch of these to
give to his lover. Before he could give them to
her, he was killed, and his last words to her
were, forget me not.
5
Love
  • Lastly, for love we have
  • The Purple Lilac

The purple lilac is supposed to represent
youthful love, or first love. Interestingly
enough it is the traditional flower of the 8th
wedding anniversary.
6
Next up
Gratitude
Saying thank you is a common reason to give
flowers, its best to know which flowers
represent gratitude
7
Gratitude
  • First on the list for gratitude
  • Camellias

Camellias are a traditional flower for gratitude.
They are native to Japan and Korea and play a big
role in traditions in those countries.
8
Gratitude
  • Next up, we have
  • Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas are said to mean, thank you for
understanding. Theyre often given to someone
when they have done something very compassionate
towards you.
9
Gratitude
  • Lastly, for gratitude
  • BlueBells

Bluebells, also known as campanula, are great for
expressing gratitude. Be careful picking them on
your own, in some countries they are protected.
10
Lastly we have
  • Sympathy

Its often very important to send flowers to
someone who is in grief. Its just as important
to make sure your doing it right.
11
Sympathy
  • First on the list for sympathy is
  • Alstroemeria

Alstroemeria comes in a variety of colors, and
just about all of them are suitable for
expressing sympathy. Theyre also commonly given
to friends in times of need.
12
Sympathy
  • The next flower to convey sympathy is
  • White Lilies

White Lilies are a common flower present at
funerals. They represent the return of innocence
to the soul.
13
Sympathy
  • Also for sympathy, we have
  • Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums actually represent joy, but when
tied to sympathy, they are meant to represent the
joyous memories of someone lost.
14
  • For more tips and ideas about flowers and
    arrangements, visit
  • CottageYarrow.com
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