Best Flowers for a Summer Wedding (Part 2)
Ready for the final five flowers of "Best Flowers for a Summer Wedding (Part 2)?" It's a short list but one that packs a wide array of beautiful exotic flowers that are perfect for your summer wedding. So, sit back, relax, and let My Tuesday Wedding - your #1 Wedding Cleaners in Vancouver - guide you to the right choice.
In the Victorian era, persons would send Freesias with secret messages. With that said, Freesias represent thoughtfulness, friendship and trust. It's the symbol of the 7th wedding anniversary and adds a citrus fragrance to any wedding bouquet.
Due to Gardenias’ white colour, they are often said to represent self-reflection, clarity, intuition, renewal and alignment. However, Gardenias have a little secret. Sometimes their base has a tinge of yellow. If it does, then it signifies secret love.
The Hydrangea is one of the four flowers that didn't appear in our "Best Flowers for a Spring Wedding" series. Pink Hydrangeas signify heartfelt emotions, white hydrangeas symbolize purity and grace, and purple indicates a deep and meaningful understanding of your significant other.
The lilac is the ultimate of first love. Usually, the person giving this flower is confident in the love of their spouse. Last time, we spoke about purple and white Lilacs. We're here to tell you about blue, pink and magenta. Blue lilacs symbolize happiness and tranquillity. Pink lilacs are associated with love and strong friendships. Lastly, magenta lilacs represent passion.
Casa Blanca Lily
Happiness and celebration are the words that come to mind when we hear the Casa Blanca Lily. Perfect for wedding celebrations that are set to light up the night and continue until the wee hours of the morning. The happiness that accompanies the Casa Blanca Lily is symbolic of traditional weddings.