Send a colourful bouquet and you can do more than simply brighten their home and their mood – the colours you choose also have a deeper, symbolic meaning too. If you want to express more than good wishes, take a look at the hidden message before you choose.
The giving of flowers has been a tradition steeped in symbolism for generations. We’re all familiar with the giving of red roses to convey feelings of passion and love – but did you also know that red flowers can represent courage too? Sunshine yellow means friendship and provides a cheerful energy to a room; blue can symbolise serenity and orange shades stand for joy and energy.
If you’re sending a special colourful bouquet of Interflora flowers for a particular reason, why not give some thought to the colours you choose?
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