The Meanings Of Your Wedding Flowers

Roses Are Red
Nothing says “I love you” quite like a dozen red roses, but why stop there?
handwithredroseThe Meanings Of Your Wedding Flowers. For centuries brides have been saying so much without uttering a single word!

It is said that Victorians would send a nosegay of carefully chosen blooms to secretly convey the feelings that society (or shyness, perhaps?) prevented them from expressing openly. Give a nod to this oh-so-demure custom by infusing the romantic language of flowers into your special day.

Fit For A Queen
Want to carry a bit of classic Victoriana in your bouquet? Include a sprig of Myrtle, the emblem of love and marriage, and a tradition honored by every royal bride since Queen Victoria herself! The newly wed Princess Kate was no exception. Along with myrtle, her diminutive-yet-elegant bouquet included Lily of the Valley (trustworthiness); Hyacinth (constancy of love); Ivy (fidelity); and even a bit of Sweet William, representing gallantry to most, but to Kate, we suspect, it means so much more!

VWI Says: Let guests share your little secret: Include a guide to your wedding flowers and their meanings in your program, or a footnote on your invitations or display them in your place settings or centerpieces.Mini Rose Topiary

Some of Our Wedding Invitations that include floral motifs:
Victorian Wedding Invitations
Art Nouveau Wedding Invitations
1940s Classic Vintage Wedding Invitations
Art Nouveau Shower Invitations

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Symbolic Meanings of Herbs, Flowers and Trees
Angelica Inspiration
Bachelor’s button Single blessedness
Basil Good wishes
Black-eyed Susan Justice
Carnation Alas for my poor heart
Chamomile Patience
Chrysanthemum Cheerfulness
Clover, white Think of me
Cumin Fidelity
Crocus, spring Youthful gladness
Daffodil Regard
Daisy Innocence, hope
Edelweiss Courage, devotion
Fern Sincerity
Forget-me-not Forget-me-not
Geranium, oak-leaved True friendship
Goldenrod Encouragement
Heliotrope Eternal love
Holly Hope
Hollyhock Ambition
Honeysuckle Bonds of love
Hyacinth Constancy of love, fertility
Ivy Friendship, continuity
Jasmine, white Sweet love
Lady’s-mantle Comforting
Lavender Devotion, virtue
Lilac Joy of youth
Lily-of-the-valley Sweetness
Marjoram Joy and happiness
Mint Virtue
Morning glory Affection
Myrtle The emblem of marriage, true love
Nasturtium Patriotism
Oak Strength
Pansy Thoughts
Parsley Festivity
Rose, red Love, desire
Rosemary Remembrance
Rue Grace, clear vision
Salvia, blue I think of you
Salvia, red Forever mine
Sorrel Affection
Sweet pea Pleasures
Sweet William Gallantry
Thyme Courage, strength
Tulip, red Declaration of love
Violet Loyalty, devotion, faithfulness
Willow Sadness
Yarrow Everlasting love
Zinnia Thoughts of absent friends

Source: http://www.almanac.com/content/meaning-flowers

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