The meanings of flowers and colors. Very useful for Valentine's Day

>> Thursday, February 7, 2008

Valentine's Day brings a lot of traditions, magic and games. For example, in the Middle Ages young men and women would pull the leaflets with written names. The one which name had been written on the pulled paper would become him or her Valentine. In Wales on this occasion wooden spoons decorated with hears, keys and locks were presented to each other. Images meant:"You've unlocked my heart".However, the advice I shall give You now, hadn't sank into the past and is still very important. The flowers we present each other expressing our love, also have their meanings:

#Red roses mean: "I love You"

#Yellow roses say: "I love You but I'm not sure if You love me too".

#White roses declares: "Our love is pure"

#Four-leaved clovers are a wish for success.

# Orange blossoms represent the everlasting love.

Valentine's Day usually associates with red, pink or white color, but others also have their own meanings.

#For example, blue is the color of trust and reliability.

#Orange, which was already mentioned, is also a color of celebration and happiness.

#Green is a color of hope.


2 comments:

Diana February 7, 2008 at 5:09 PM  

Oh, many thanks for your great tips:) it was very useful!

theysaywordscanbleed February 8, 2008 at 2:39 AM  

thanks for the flower tips!

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