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Flowers and romance have long been inextricably linked with different types of flowers symbolizing different emotions. Find out how this tradition is carried on to celebrate wedding anniversaries.

The beauty of flowers and the celebration of love are harmonious—so much so that it's difficult to remember a time when we didn't associate romance with the delight in receiving a fragrant fresh anniversary flowers.

While roses are truly the quintessential messenger of love (a surefire way to aptly celebrate a new love or romantic milestone), during the Victorian era, couples used other varieties of fresh flowers in arrangements to send messages to each other as well—each expressing a different heartfelt emotion. These meanings are carried on today as a way to commemorate each wedding anniversary through floral gifts.

Image From the red carnation that symbolizes admiration, to the white that represents pure and innocent love, to the pink bloom that says “I'll never forget you,” the carnation—with its long lasting qualities and clove-like delicate fragrance—embodies joy and commitment promised for years to come.
Image Signifying happiness and purity of heart, lilies of the valley have long been associated with humility and devotion. Legend has it that a nightingale's affection for this beautiful flower was so strong that it wouldn't return to the woods until the flower bloomed in spring. wers and bouquets.
Image It's said that a gift of sunflowers signifies a "devout admirer." Representing strength, warmth and nourishment—all attributes of the sun itself—the way in which a sunflower turns to follow the sun symbolizes deep loyalty and constancy. wers and bouquets.
Image With their lush globes filled with a delicate lace of small petals, the hydrangea symbolizes both gratefulness and pride—celebrating heartfelt praise and appreciation. wers and bouquets.
Image  While the well-known legend carried over from Victorian times has it that maidens would pluck a daisy's petals one by one to predict their romantic future, daisies are also known to indicate innocence, purity and gentleness on behalf of both the giver and recipient, declaring: "You have as many virtues as this flower has petals." Doesn't hurt that they make a beatiful fresh floral bouquet. wers and bouquets. 
Image  The calla—with its trumpet-shaped blooms and graceful, slender profile—is a symbol of transition and growth, reflecting the beauty and pride gained in shared wisdom over time. wers and bouquets. 
Image  A symbol of trust and fidelity, freesia is an appropriate antidote to the proverbial saying that the seventh year of marriage provokes restlessness. Representing faithfulness through the seasons, it's a traditional reminder of love's honorable character. wers and bouquets.
Image  With their heart-shaped, deep green leaves and irresistibly fragrant blooms, lilacs have been treasured for generations. Reminiscent of springtime and young love, they symbolize and recall love's first emotions. wers and bouquets.
Image  Resembling one of the most striking, exotic birds in the world, birds of paradise, with its large blue and orange blossoms, symbolizes magnificence and splendor—celebrating romance's unexpected side. wers and bouquets.
Image  In nature—as in romance—the daffodil reminds us of renewal and simple pleasures. Possessing a fresh, sweet fragrance, this joyful bloom symbolizes singular love and chivalry. wers and bouquets.


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Florist Tips

Did you know that, in general, white and pale flowers are particularly strongly scented? Think oriental lilies, tuberose, tazetta and narcissi. Freesia are an exception to this - darker red and pink varieties have the strongest scent.


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