What flowers should I give for Valentine’s Day? Red Roses and yellow tulips? What do the colors of the flowers? Each flower has its own importance and there is also meaning of the colors. The most important means of expressing feelings are namely colors. Both flowers and colors “talk” to the viewer. They reflect our moods and emotions again. And each color has (as well as each flower) has its own character.
Red is love! Red is intense and energetic. In the theory of color red is one of the most powerful colors. Thus, red flowers (especially red roses) until today still the epitome of a romantic gift.
But watch out!
There are also a few special rules. Combining, for example, a red bouquet with a white flower, this means war!! However, are more white flowers in a bouquet of red flowers, this means unity and warmth. Everything therefore not easy.
Pink is related to the Reds, but symbolizes a very different meaning. Subtly colored pink flowers are the epitome of femininity. A pink bouquet expresses a compliment for your sweetheart. It symbolizes an incipient love and tenderness.
The color violet or purple connects two opposite colors – red (dynamic) and blue (quiet). And so purple flowers have a balancing and calming at the same time. Violet flowers are accordingly also rumored to have an empowering effect.
Orange is a very strong color. Accordingly, it stands for strength, endurance, ambition and lasting heat. This also makes them ideal for many types of decorations.
Yellow is a pure color. It expresses integrity, strength and openness. It is bright and cheerful. Yellow flowers are stimulating and activating. They stand for living, power, light and sun and have the exhilarating and moody effect of a warm summer day.
Blue is one of the cool colors. It is the color of the night. It is in connection with the unconscious and is characterized by a healing and soothing effect. Blue brings the power of creative thinking, mystical and supernatural it reminds us of dreams, myths and legends.
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In color theory one of the most pleasant colors. Green is the symbol of naturalness, serenity and detachment, for rest, reflection and innocence. The regenerating and harmonizing effect that the color green is natural and enjoyable for many presents a nice “addition”.
The color white is the color of innocence. Traditionally mean white carnations, lilies and calla but also sorrow and death. In addition to these known characteristics, one thinks of color theory and the “vision” with the white color.
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