Saying "I Love You" with Flowers
Also known as floriography, the "language of flowers" was a staple of Victorian society. Assigning special meanings to flowers allowed Victorians to express their feelings in coded nosegays and floral trinkets at a time when displays of emotion were frowned upon.
Interested in sending someone you love a gift full of romantic symbolism? Try one of these options:
Tulips: These charming spring favorites mean "I declare my love for you"--perfect for a new romance.
Orchids: A beautiful houseplant and a colorful show. Phalanopsis orchids mean "elegance and beauty." Gift one to a sweetheart who's especially classy!
Roses: They're classics for a reason! The rose symbolizes love, and the color of the bloom can communicate the level of affection: white for innocent love, pink for a developing romance, and red for deep passion.