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Since the 1800s every flower has had a meaning, from flirty to sincere. Choose your flowers to reflect your romantic intentions as well as to symbolize your hopes for the future.
Globe amaranth, meaning immortal love, is a nice beginning choice. It dries well, too, so will be a nice keep sake or can be used that way from the start if it’s out of season. You might want to stay away from mint which symbolizes suspicion. Avoid morning glories also. They mean “love in vain.”

The various colors of lilies and lilacs have positive symbolism ranging from purity (white lilac) to “high souled aspirations” (scarlet lily). Most traditional bouquets of this sort also tuck in a sprig of “rosemary for remembrance.” It smells nice, adds a bit of greenery and is full of old fashioned lore.

You can also use it to remind yourself to keep your wedding professionals updated as your wedding day draws near. Keeping them in the loop will keep your support team prepared so that you can truly enjoy your day.

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Since the 1800s every flower has had a meaning, from flirty to sincere. Choose your flowers to reflect your romantic intentions as well as to symbolize your hopes for the future. Globe amaranth, meaning immortal love, is a nice beginning choice. It dries well, too, so will be a nice...
Since the 1800s every flower has had a meaning, from flirty to sincere. Choose your flowers to reflect your romantic intentions as well as to symbolize your hopes for the future. Globe amaranth, meaning immortal love, is a nice beginning choice. It dries well, too, so will be a nice keep sake or can be used that way from the start if it's out of season. You might want to stay away from mint which symbolizes suspicion. Avoid morning glories also. They mean "love in vain." The various colors of lilies and lilacs have positive symbolism ranging from purity (white lilac) to "high souled aspirations" (scarlet lily). Most traditional bouquets of this sort also tuck in a sprig of "rosemary for remembrance." It smells nice, adds a bit of greenery and is full of old fashioned lore. You can also use it to remind yourself to keep your wedding professionals updated as your wedding day draws near. Keeping them in the loop will keep your support team prepared so that you can truly enjoy your day.
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