Some of the flowers are seasonal items/ may not be available even is pre-order, we shall then either refund to you or you may opt for other flowers that is available with the same value.
White lilies are perhaps the most popular, as they’re generally the first that come to mind when the flower is mentioned. They’re also symbolic of a feeling of rejuvenation within the soul. This rejuvenation can also lead to new beginnings or a different path.
The colour pink has long stood as a symbol of femininity, love, adoration and admiration.
Pink lilies are generally sent as a gift to close female friends and family members. They are intended to let someone know that one is thinking of them, as well as lending their support during a challenging time.
Red is the colour of love and passion. In turn, red lilies have come to symbolise romantic love for someone.
Yellow lilies are symbolic of numerous things, as the colour has several positive connotations attached. These include new beginnings, a sense of freshness, happiness , loyalty and sunshine. The colour awakens plenty of symbolism, which is why yellow lilies serve very well as flowers to say “thank you”. They also serve well as a symbol of friendship, unity and togetherness.
Baby’s breath quotes and symbolizes purity, sincerity, love, compassion, trust, everlasting love, innocence, and romance.
A beautifully decorated Baby’s breaths flower bouquet commonly displays an affection, exquisite beauty of a person and devotion in a relationship which lives an eternity.
A bouquet of baby’s breath also shows adoration and a wish to live a million days with a fulfilling life with the person you are tremendously in love.
The fresh scent of baby’s breath is light and gentle towards the nose, it devours and mesmerizes a heart that’s in love.
With the right location and ambiance, it will create a dreamy look.
Flowers are a great way to express ones’ feelings when words just do not do justice. Here are some of their most common meanings:
Perfect or Deep Love
Tulips mean perfect or deep love. As they are a timeless flower, loved by many through the times, they are synonym with the meaning of love – which makes them the perfect flower to gift to someone to whom you have deep, unconditional love for, be it your parents, sibling, or life partner.
Their first bloom marks the beginning of spring and symbolizes rebirth. A bouquet of tulips makes a lovely gift to someone who is going through life changes, undertaking new adventures, or have welcomed a new addition to their family.
They have been a symbol of charity since the Victorian era. They mark a new season and new beginnings and working together to achieve a sense of greater good.