The idea of wedding flowers and their meaning isn’t anything new. We all know that flowers are an integral part of the décor of a wedding day and they come in a variety of colors. The meanings may change depending on what color you’ve selected.
Everyone knows that a red rose stands for romantic love however, meanings are associated not only with roses but also with other flowers. Most people do not consider wedding flowers and their meanings before using them.
Symbolic Wedding Flowers and Their Meaning.
1. Magnolia: This flower has been around for 20 million years! Fittingly, it symbolizes nobility and dignity.
2. Calla Lilly: symbolizes magnificence and beauty. White Calla lilies combine these two attributes with purity and innocence associated with the color white to make it the perfect choice of flower in a wedding bouquet.
3. Peonies: They symbolize a happy life, happy marriage, good health and prosperity.
4. Tulips: This flower comes in many colors, each with a different meaning. Among them: Red means declaration of love, yellow is sunshine.
5. Sunflower: It signifies pure thoughts. It expresses adoration and dedication. If you are picking a sunflower as one of your wedding flowers, you should know it represents dedicated love.
6. Carnation: Carnations represent pride and beauty. The white carnation flower expresses innocence and pure love. The red carnation represents love, pride, and admiration.
7. Chrysanthemum: It represents fidelity, optimism, joy and long life.
Although, most flowers have good and positive meanings and representations, you should avoid those wedding flowers whose meanings are negative.
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