● Amaryllis is a symbol of poetry, beauty, and inspiration. A person who receives a bouquet of amaryllis may have inspired the sender and thus is given the bouquet as a gesture of gratitude.
- Carnations are flowers that show that the giver admires the receiver of the flowers. However, carnations are not considered as romantic enough to indicate intents aside from admiration.
- Gerberas are in the same family as daisies and are known to symbolize hope, serenity, and peace. A bouquet of gerberas must not be misinterpreted as something romantic since the intention of the sender will most likely be a thoughtful and friendly gesture.
- Lavender flowers represent silence, serenity, purity, and calmness. Giving a lavender bouquet for birthday celebrants are practical gift ideas since the fragrance of lavender inside a bedroom can help produce a more relaxing sleep. A lavender bouquet that is hung in a dry area can last for two years while still producing a relaxing fragrance. Lavender petals may also be infused with your bath water to create a soothing aromatherapy bath.
Lilly: The most common meaning associated with lilies is purity and devotion. However, lilies may mean differently depending on the culture. In China, lilies are commonly used in weddings since lilies symbolize one hundred years of love and are symbols for good luck.
Rose: It is a well-known fact that roses are the most romantic flower and have been associated with love and romance. Roses are the only type of flowers that have different meanings depending on their color. Orange roses stand for fascination, energy, and desire.
Red roses, on the other hand, are the classic symbol for “I Love You”. Giving out a bouquet of red roses to a birthday celebrant is often associated with the givers underlying intentions of love and romance.