A bit more understated than many rich purple flower colors, lavender is a color that evokes beauty and elegance. This graceful color is perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to an arrangement. This flower color can also have an association with youth and refinement. Its subtle vibe is right at home in a classic arrangement and can add a charming, tasteful touch to a more modern bouquet. The Manor is a gorgeous example for Valentine’s Day, with a charming look that incorporates charming roses and ranunculus.
White can be a winning flower color on Valentine’s Day. Deceptively simple, the color offers a beautiful contrast to many traditional Valentine flowers. It brings to mind new beginnings, so consider sending this fresh flower color to someone you just started dating, just got to know or want to create a new start with on Valentine’s Day. Use white flowers, like the sweet vanilla roses in The Buttercream to celebrate commitment in a long-term relationship or to show you want to recommit. It can also symbolize innocence and beauty; some say its shade represents purity as well.
Maybe you and your significant other aren’t keen on gushing about how pure and true your love is - why not just say it with flowers? Since white is neutral, arrangements like the striking dried The Tutu also make great friendship bouquets on Valentine’s Day.
Does your special someone have a unique zest for life? Orange flowers, like the brilliant orange roses in the colorful The Billie, could be the right gift. Associated with enthusiasm and excitement, orange flowers are a fiery color that can be a good choice for showing that you value that spark in your relationship. Orange is far from shy, so if you’ve been waiting for the right moment to share your romantic feelings with someone, say it with orange this Valentine’s Day. Other meanings include energy and playfulness. Add interest to a bouquet or create a playful vibe by choosing an option with orange flowers this year.
Unforgettable red - what would Valentine’s Day flowers be without you? One of the most celebrated of all Valentine’s Day flower color meanings, red is often remembered for its association with love, romance, and passion. Maybe a classic arrangement, like the luxe red roses in The Valentine, will catch his or her eye. Consider variations, such as cherry red scabiosa and ranunculus, as bold main elements for an eye-catching bouquet, or take the subtle route and choose an option with red roses or other flowers as accents. Looking for some lesser-known meanings of the color red for your Valentine flowers? Consider that it can symbolize courage and respect, too. sending an all-dried bouquet like The Sienna. Dried bouquets for Valentine's Day, especially red ones, are a great way to express you long-lasting love.
Pink flowers are often found in Valentine’s Day bouquets - for good reason. A shade related to red, pink is a color of love. Thanks to the array of fresh, modern shades in today’s arrangements, you can choose any color from a sophisticated blush pink to a nearly-neutral dusty rose to express your feelings. Want to shout it out? Consider a bolder shade like the natural bright pink tulips in The Parasol for a pop of color. Consider the recipient’s personality, too - if he or she is on the quiet side, for example, lush blooms in a softer pink might be your pick. Pink can be associated with gentleness and unconditional love, so a sweet pink (like the soft pink mums in The Amethyst) can be a nod to these traits when you gift them. Pink can also represent tenderness or whimsy, so you can express a more sweet or less serious sentiment to your honey as you see fit.
While blue is common in nature in blue skies and bodies of water, interestingly enough it’s not often found in flowers naturally. You can find natural blues in some varieties, such as hydrangea, delphinium, and thistle, or opt for blue accents. Because blue flowers are a little different than the norm, they can be the basis of a creative Valentine gift that’s filled with unique character. When it comes to meaning, blue is right on point for the holiday because it symbolizes love and desire. It also stands for inspiration, so if someone has inspired you this year, Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to say thanks with blue flowers. Serenity and tranquility are other meanings associated with blue, so using blue flowers is a good option to make any room feel relaxed, romantic, and ready for Valentine’s Day.
Green is a flower you can feel great about gifting this Valentine’s Day. Not only is this fresh color filled with a sense of life and subtle vibrancy, but it’s also brimming with positive meanings. It symbolizes renewal or rebirth, so if you are rekindling an old flame or celebrating a relationship it’s ideal. Green is also associated with good health and good fortune, so you can send a vibe of wellness and wealth to anyone you care about. Keep those close to you young at heart with the gift of green flowers as they can be a symbol of youthfulness, too.
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