The True Meaning of Flowers

In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words. When choosing your Wedding Flowers or Sending flower as a gift, The team at Joy's Flowers like you to consider how special the flower is and what message it communicates.
Please have a read of some of the meanings below, We always welcome any feedback or questions you may have

Baby's Breath: Happiness

Peony Rose: Healing, Life, Happy Marriage

Rose, Coral/Orange: Enthusiasm, Desire

Rose, Light Pink: Admiration

Red Rose: Love, Desire, Respect, Courage, Job well done

Rose, Dark Pink: Thank you

Rose, White: Charm, Secrecy, Silence, You're Heavenly, Reverence, Humility, Youthfulness and Innocence

Rose, Yellow: Infidelity, Joy, Gladness, Friendship,

Rose, Yellow & Orange: Passionate thoughts

Rosemary: Constancy, Fidelity and Loyalty

Snapdragon: Presumption, Deception, Gracious lady

Snowdrop: Hope and Consolation

Lily-Of-The-Valley: Purity and Humility, Sweetness

Mimosa: Sensitivity

Mimosa: Myrtle: Love, Mirth and Joy