From a time immemorial to our contemporary souls today, flowers have been alluded meanings by ancient traditions and folk cultures. Perhaps back then when people were not quite as preoccupied with work, school and modern-day shenanigans, they could afford the luxury of time to compose mythical narratives and concoct imaginative parables, creating the notion of flower symbolism that we know of today. While some lexical semantics have faded in tandem with history, others have withstood the test of time and continue to be memorialised and perpetuated amongst flower-lovers or anthophiles (a term to describe people who adore flowers, apparently) today.
As far as romanticism is concerned, a significant lot of flowers have been accorded with metaphors for love, affection and adoration. Love can be interpreted in a multitude of ways — love for a partner, love for friends and love for family — which resultantly, opens up a plethora of different flowers symbolising the varying spectrums of love.
loved one is no longer with us, finding the right words to comfort someone
grieving is always difficult and can make the most articulate of us feel
tongue-tied. It often feels like an obstacle course of etiquette and taste. Most
of us feel that even the most heartfelt condolence messages may be inadequate and
superfluous. But we should keep in mind that while there is nothing you can do
to take their pain away or be enough to cheer up a grieving friend of family
member, careless words could hurt them further.
Sending condolence flowers or flower wreaths is a great way to let the recipient know that you are keeping them in your thoughts. Condolence and funeral floral stands also help to honor and celebrate the life of those who have passed, and would be much appreciated by the family. While there are no hard and fast rules as to what types of flowers to send in sympathy, there are certainly many traditional favorites and those that are favored for their muted colors and formality. Some flowers may symbolize certain emotions or facilitate expression. Individual flowers also communicate slightly different meanings. There are a few florists in Singapore offering 24 hours condolences flower delivery.
A beautiful bouquet of flowers is the perfect way to say sorry, whether you are apologizing for doing something terribly wrong or regrettable or forgetting an anniversary or birthday, expressing sympathy for a loss, or are sorry to hear a loved one is under the weather. Flowers are tasteful and thoughtful, and with so many varieties, there’s a suitable bouquet for every occasion. Any florist Singapore will be more than happy to assist you to send flowers at any time of the day.
This year we saw Valentine’s Day flowers falling within the same week as the Chinese New Year. Given the strong family oriented celebration, coupled with the long holidays, many had taken the opportunity to travel overseas. The repercussion? We believe many people had given Valentine’s Day a miss for the more important and busy Chinese new year celebration. Hence, even with the wider variety of designs and prices, we saw lesser people buying valentine’s day flowers delivery for their loved ones this year. Nevertheless, as with every year, we enjoyed ourselves during this season arranging orders for Valentine’s moments. Many of our florists though admitted that it is hard work but had equally enjoyed themselves working alongside many other fellow florists and friends.
We created this flaming concoction of reds,orange & yellow gerberas with green button poms arranged with a strip cotton cloth table arrangement – a sure eye catching gift arrangement for any occasions. Created by florist delivery singapore – 24HrsCityFlorist.com