Language of Flowers
Learn the language of flowers - how to choose the right flowers.
In every age has its own fashion, requirements, rules. What should have been aware of the ladies and gentlemen in the XIX century?
The etiquette they were supposed to know the "language of flowers".
Choosing a fragrance of flowers, the gentleman instinctively opt for
those colors that can tell a lot about his attitude or feelings lady.
So what does this mysterious "language" of flowers and + how to choose the right colors:
red carnation - expresses the passion and love, courage,
Heliotrope - means devotion;
Hyacinth White - "speaks": a. charm, the charm;
Hydrangea - your modesty;
Jasmine - the attractiveness and good nature;
Honeysuckle - magnanimity and generosity
iris - the passion and fervor;
Camellia - gratitude;
lily of the valley - my happiness;
Lily, what majesty;
almonds - are pinning their hopes;
magnolia - and persistence;
mimosa - sweet sensitivity;
narcissus - your self-esteem and self-love, and respect;
marigold - mean disappointment and frustration;
forget-me-not - love;
Fern - sincerity;
Snowdrop - hope;
rose - love and happiness, beauty,
Daisy - innocence;
Lilac - youthful innocence;
Tulip - beautiful eyes (all colors)
violet - loyalty, devotion;
Cyclamen - brightness, extreme modesty;
Chrysanthemum white - the truth;
Chrysanthemum Red - I love you;
apple flowers - luck.
In general, white flowers - mean innocence, pink flowers - talk about love, red - an ardent passion, yellow flowers - separation and betrayal;
purple flowers - mean coldness;
blue and blue - talk about tenderness, brooding and sadness.
Now you`ll know how to choose the right colors.
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