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Symbolic Meanings of Wedding Flowers

Symbolic Meanings of Wedding Flowers

Did you know that magnolia means love of nature and stephanotis signifies marital happiness? During the Victorian era, The Language of Flowers created an ultra-romantic language for lovers' correspondence in which flowers replaced words. If you want to suffuse your wedding flowers with symbolism, check out our guide to the most popular wedding flowers and decide which messages move you most. Happy gathering!

Anemone

Meaning:

Expectation

Best For:

Bouquets and arrangements

Baby's Breath

Meaning:

Innocence

Best For:

Filler in bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres

Calla Lily

Meaning:

Magnificent beauty

Best For:

Bouquets and arrangements

Carnation

Meaning:

Pink represents boldness, red symbolizes love, and white indicates talent. Some other colors have negative connotations (see below).

Best For:

Bouquets, boutonnieres, and arrangements

Chrysanthemum

Meaning:

Wealth, abundance, truth

Best For:

Bouquets and arrangements

Daisy

Meaning:

Share your feelings

Best For:

Bouquets

Gardenia

Meaning:

Purity, joy

Best For:

Bouquets and boutonnieres

 

For more flowers and their meanings you can go to theknot.com

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