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The Secret Love Message of Your Bouquet

Updated: May 16, 2020

"Flowers don't tell; they show." Stephanie Skeem

Nature has been used for centuries as decoration and to provide special meaning to celebrations.

The Hawthorn Tree (May tree) has been strongly linked to Beltane, the ancient festival celebrating spring and symbolises love and protection.


Since ancient times would plant a Rowan beside their home as in Celtic mythology it's known as the Tree of Life and symbolises courage, wisdom and protection


There has been evidence of flowers being involved in wedding ceremony’s as far back as 800 - 500 BC in Egypt, Greece & Rome. Greeks used to carry Olive Branches and Herbs to honour Hera Goddess of Marriage & Fertility. They often also incorporated Ivy which symbolised the unbreakable bond of Marriage.


"To me, flowers are happiness." Stefano Gabbana

To This day Brides more often than not have a bouquet of flowers which are predominantly chosen due to their aesthetic and to match the colour scheme or as the brides favourite flower. But did you know flowers have secret little meanings?

Examples of these are: Freesias- Innocence & Trust Iris - Faith & Wisdom Dahlia -Commitment & Everlasting Bond Lily - Majesty, Truth & Honour Peonies - Love, Happiness & Ambition Roses - Romance, Love & Beauty Sunflowers - Adoration & Joy Tulip - Love & Passion Lilac - Loves First Emotion

Would you consider picking flowers now because of its secret meaning? What flowers will you choose? Let me know & have a fabulous day


Love Emily xxx


PS: As always please excuse my spelling and grammar, I'm a makeup artist not an author- I specialise in colour and blending and clearly not commas and brevity.

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