WHAT YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET SAYS ABOUT YOUR PERSONALITY
If you cannot say it with words, say it with flowers.
Flowers come in all shapes and sizes and each flower has its own unique meaning. According to the experts at The Flower Expert, “Flowers are a part of the most important occasions in our lives. They are conspicuously present on birthdays, funerals, graduation, weddings, etc. forming an integral part of our lives.”
Choose your favorite wedding bouquet from the pictures below and then read what each flower means about your personality. Every flower has a different meaning and the flowers in your wedding bouquet say alot about not only your wedding ceremony, but your personality as well.
Choose Your Favorite flower bouquet
1. This bouquet symbolizes commitment and bliss.
The colorful arrangement conveys happiness while the pink and white roses show admiration and purity.
Peony symbolizes bashfulness and compassion. Pink Roses convey gentle emotions such as admiration, joy and gratitude while white roses symbolize purity, chastity and innocence.
2. This bouquet shows passion, prosperity and balance.
This bouquet includes a lot of greenery and is embellished with hanging green vines. According the experts at Sensational Color, “Green stands for balance, nature, spring, and rebirth. It’s the symbol of prosperity, freshness, and progress.”
According to the flower experts, “Orange rose reminds us of a fiery blaze and the blooms signify passion and energy.”
3. This bouquet conveys optimistic new beginnings, love and admiration.
According to the experts at Color Psychology, “Lavender encompasses such emotions and mental thought processes, imagination, creativity, and because of its association with springtime, the optimistic beginning of new stages in life.” The main focus of this arrangement is the lavender flowers with red carnations which symbolize love, pride and admiration.
Let us know your choice in the comments below! And stay tuned for our future blog post on the most popular flowers to use as decor in a wedding celebration! (including explanations on what each flower symbolizes)