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Popular Wedding Flowers & Their Meanings


A rose is a rose ... but what does it symbolize? When you understand the meaning of the flowers you select, you can use your wedding to send a special message through your floral arrangements. Highlight your selection and its meaning in your wedding program to share with your guests.

Here are some of the more popular wedding flowers and their meanings.
A

Adonis
Recollection of Life's Pleasure
Alyssum (sweet)
Worth beyond beauty
Aster
Daintiness, Symbol of Love
Azalea
Fragile and Ephemeral Passion
B

Baby's Breath
Happiness
Buttercup
Childishness
C

Camellia
Excellence and Steadfastness
Carnation, White
Pure Love, Sweet Love, Innocence
Chrysanthemum, Red
I love you
Coreopsis
Always cheerful
D

Daisy
Gentleness, Innocence, Loyal love
Day Lily
Emblem Of The Mother
E

Edelweiss
Daring & Noble Courage
Everlasting
Constancy
F

Fern
Sincerity, Magic, Fascination, Confidence, Shelter
Fir
Time & Evaluation
Forget-me-not
Faithful Love, Memories
G

Gillyflower, Pink
Bonds Of Affection
Gladiolus
Strength Of Character
H

Heather, Purple
Admiration, Beauty and Solitude
Heliotrope
Devotion, Eternal Love
Honeysuckle
Sweetness Of Disposition
I

Iris
Faith, Wisdom, Valor, Your Friendship means so much to me
Ivy
Friendship, Wedded love, Fidelity, Friendship, Affection
J

Jasmine, Red
Folly and Glee
Jasmine, White
Amiability and Cheerfulness
Jasmine, Yellow
Timidity and Modesty
L

Lady's Slipper
Capricious Beauty
Lily, Calla
Majestic Beauty
Lily, White
Majesty and Purity, Virginity
Lily-Of-The-Valley
Purity and Humility, Sweetness
Love-In-The-Mist
Delicacy and Perplexity
M

Magnolia
Dignity, Splendid Beauty
Marvel-Of-Peru
Flame of Love
Mimosa
Sensitivity
N

Narcissus
Egotism, Formality
O

Orange Blossom
Your Purity Equals Your Loveliness, Innocence, Eternal Love
Orchid
Magnificence, Love, Beauty, Refinement
P

Pansy
Thoughtful Recollection
Passionflower
Faith and Piety
Peach Blossom
Generosity and Bridal Hope
Pear Blossom
Health and Hope
Peony
Healing, Life, Happy Marriage
Periwinkle, Blue
Early Friendship
Primrose
Young Love, I cannot live without you
Q

Queen Anne's Lace
Fantasy
R

Rose, Bridal
Happy Love
Rose, Christmas
Peace and Tranquility
Rose, Coral/Orange
Enthusiasm, Desire
Rose, Dark Pink
Thank you
Rose, Light Pink
Admiration
Rose, Musk
Capricious Beauty
Rose, Pale
Friendship
Rose, Peach
Let's get together, Closing of the deal
Rose, Pink
Love, Grace, Gentility, You're so Lovely, Perfect Happiness, Please believe me
Rose, Pink & White
I love you still and always will
Rose, Red
Love, Desire, Respect, Courage
Rose, Red & Yellow
Congratulations
Rose, White
Charm, Secrecy, Silence, You're Heavenly, Reverence, Humility, Youthfulness and Innocence
Rose, Yellow
Infidelity, Joy, Gladness, Friendship, Jealousy, Welcome Back
Rose, Yellow & Orange
Passionate thoughts
S

Stephanotis
Happiness in marriage
Sunflower
Homage and Devotion
Sweet Pea
Departure, Blissful pleasure, Thanks for a lovely time
T

Tiger Lily
Wealth and Pride
Tulip
Symbol of The Perfect Lover
Tulip, Red
Believe me, Declaration of love
Tulip, Variegated
Beautiful eyes
V

Violet
Modesty and Simplicity
Viscaria
Will you dance with me?
W

Wisteria
Youth and Poetry
X

Xeranthemum
Eternity and Immortality
Z

Zinnia
Thoughts of Absent Friends
Zinnia, Pink
Lasting Affection
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