How Valentines Flowers Can Make Or Reinforce Relationships
Girls love flowers. This is an unspoken truth among women that, naturally, men are not privy to. Girls love flowers more than makeup, and maybe even more than diamonds! Certain women may not love the idea of having to wear a studded rock on her finger or around her neck all day, every day, but for sure, every woman appreciates a nicely arranged set of flowers, whether in a bouquet, pot, basket, or glass. It’s also one of those unexplainable facets of womanhood. But trust in the unspoken truth that every woman loves her flowers, and that has to be a rule of thumb for any good man.
Valentines Flowers: Color Equals Message
What better way to send that special someone the ultimate message of affection than with a pretty bunch of flowers that are as beautiful as they are?
But what kinds of flowers do you give? What color? You don’t want to be sending the wrong message, of course.
It’s useful to keep in mind the different meanings associated with flowers. Chances are, your wife, girlfriend, or anybody you’re eyeing to give the flowers to, knows these color meanings pretty well, so it’s best to be as well informed.
The most suitable colors for Valentine’s are red, yellow, white, and pink. Red means love while yellow means friendship. White means purity, while pink is associated with beauty. Depending on your relationship, you may base the color of flowers to give on these meanings to make your token more meaningful and well thought out.
Valentines Flowers: It’s All About Presentation!
Whether you’re married to your wife for the last 30 years, or celebrating your third month together with your girlfriend, taking time to pick up a bouquet for them will always put you several notches higher in a woman’s books. Make no mistake about it: flowers are surefire woman pleasers.
But how do you give them on Valentine’s Day, an occasion celebrated by everyone else around you? In short, how do you make it original, surprising, exciting, one-of-a-kind, one for the books?
This is where your imagination should work double-time. Have the flowers delivered to the restaurant where you’re dining ahead of time, and leave instructions to hand in the bouquet just before they serve wine. Not only will your date be impressed; she will surely be surprised at the amount of effort you have exerted at surprising her.
But more than orchestrations, giving flowers on Valentine’s Day must be thoughtful and sincere. Every woman may love flowers, but these have to be from the heart and not given out of a desire to simply impress or brag. Flowers, after all, are supposed to express affection or love.