The best way to express one's feelings is through flowers. With varying shades, flowers give out a message in a sincere, genuine way. White flowers, for instance, are often being given to express one's thoughts and feelings in a manner words and actions cannot do.
Symbols and Meanings of White Flowers
Due to its purity, white flower becomes an epitome of innocence. It best describes cleanliness and purity of heart.
White is a very clean and simple colour. Not striking and vivid, and reflects a character that is subtle, plain, yet elegant and sophisticated.
Nothing best describes the colour white but cleanliness, and this is best described by white flowers. The softness of white petals exudes an appeal that is pure and uncomplicated.
White flowers symbolize true emotions, sincere affection, and genuine feelings. Whether it is an expression of love, condolence, sympathy, or happiness, white flowers best suit all these.
Marriage is an exchange of vows of eternal love, and to celebrate the union of hearts, weddings have become one of the most-anticipated events of everyone. This occasion that exchanges promises of eternal love is always accentuated by white flowers.
Submitting to A Loved One:
White flowers used in weddings is a symbol of submission to a loved one. That is why a bride carries a white bouquet as she marches down the aisle and meets her man in the altar. The white flower symbolizes her submission to her man, and a representation of her eternal love to her groom.
White Flower's as a Symbol of Romance
Giving of white flower to a special someone dates back to 1840, when white flowers, white roses in particular, were used in the wedding of Queen Victoria.
Famous White Flowers for Bridal Bouquet
This is the most popular white flower being used in weddings not just because of its delicate and classic beauty but because of its availability all year round. Easy to maintain and to arrange, bridal bouquet of white roses is always present in this special and romantic occasion.
May it be Gerbera, sunshine daisy, or prairie daisy, a white daisy bouquet always brings out the elegance of the bride. Its shape, size, and texture can be easily adorned with other flowers to come up with a stunning arrangement.
Another favourite in bridal bouquet arrangements is the flower mum. It is often adorned with other flowers to add colour and style. Due to its small size, it is also perfect for corsages.
Simplicity is beauty, and that is true with calla lilies. There is no elaborate arrangement needed to be done in calla lilies because it is pretty just as it is. May it be six pieces or a dozen, all it takes is a ribbon and lace to make the march of the bride memorable.
Just like calla lilies, tulips are stunning as it is. Just a bunch of it secured with an elegant or a silky piece of ribbon makes a very lovely bridal bouquet.
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