Sunday, 16 December 2012

Blogmas Day 13- Wedding Flower Meanings

Is a flower just a flower or is there more to it than that? In Victorian times lovers exchanged love letters for ‘The Language of flowers’ each flower and sometimes flower combination has a meaning. I thought it would be interesting to look at the flowers I would like in my Wedding and see what their meanings are:-

Baby's Breath
Meaning: Innocence
Best For: Filler in bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres
Scent: None
In Season: Year-round
Price Range: Inexpensive

Meaning: Majesty, truth, honor
Best For: Bouquets and arrangements
Scent: Fragrant
In Season: Summer, but often imported during other seasons
Price Range: Moderate to expensive

Meaning: Love, joy, beauty
Best For: Bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, and arrangements
Scent: Lightly fragrant to very fragrant, depending on variety
In Season: Year-round
Price Range: Moderate to expensive
Floral Fact: Roses are the most popular wedding flowers.

Meaning: Share your feelings
Best For: Bouquets
Scent: None
In Season: Year-round
Price Range: Inexpensive (in season)

Take a look at the meaning of your flowers.

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