Few things bring more unexpected joy than having flowers delivered to your doorstep! So, if you’re in the throes of trying to complete your holiday shopping list, I have a great recommendation for you. Check out the pretty and festive floral bouquet from ReVased!
Not only will you receive the flowers directly from a sustainable farm, but you’ll have the added benefit of knowing that your purchase plays a part in providing 6-10 nonprofits with flowers, too!
Flowers carry different meanings. Some examples from Flower Meanings from The Old Farmer’s Almanac include:
Alstroemeria: Devotion and friendship
Apple Blossom: Good fortune
Baby’s Breath: Everlasting love
Blue Iris: “I believe in you,” – wisdom, hope, faith.
Calla Lily: Magnificent beauty
Camellia: Perfected loveliness
Cyclamen: It’s over, goodbye
Dahlia: Dignity, confidence, and strength a bouquet says gratitude.
Daisy: Playfulness and happiness.
Gardenia: Secret love
Gladiolus: Strong character and splendid beauty
Heather (pink): Good luck
Jasmine: Cheerful and graceful
Lilac: First sign of love
Lily: purity and innocence (white); prosperity (pink)
Lily of the Valley: sweetness and purity; pure love
Marigold: Cruelty or jealousy
Orchid: Romantic love that tends to have racy connotations.
Queen Anne’s Lace: Fantasy
Rose: A fully open rose represents beauty; a peach one stands for friendship.
Sweet Pea: Pleasure and gratitude: “Thank you for the time we spent together.”
Tulip: Happy years. Purple is associated with royalty
Yellow Daylilies: Coquetry – flirtatious
Zinnia: Thoughts of absent friends
For more information, see my story on the language of the meaning of flowers here.
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Best wishes to you!
In addition, this item was one of five I selected in my five rose-themed gifts that give back. Take a look at the site for more details.
Happy shopping and happy holidays!