Sunday, February 11, 2007

There are many associations made between the Valentines Day flowers and the range of human emotions. The "language" of Valentines Day flowers is thought to have originated in Persia in the fifteenth century, and was brought to Europe in the 18th century. In the 19th century, this "floral code" became more elaborate, so that complex messages could be sent between people in bouquets. We all know now that each Valentines Day flower and color having a specific meaning. Conversations between courting couples could be carried out over extended periods of time without a single word being used. The positioning of the flower could make everything known to the valentine! Here are few to help you to express your best.

  • Bent to the right - "I"
  • Bent to the left - "You"
  • Ribbon knotted on the left: Message from the giver
  • Ribbon knotted on the right: Message about the recipient
  • Accepted with right hand: Agreement, affirmative
  • Accepted with left hand: Disagreement, negative
  • Worn over heart: Love
  • Worn in hair: Caution
  • Worn in cleavage: Friendship, Remembrance

courtesy: http://www.everyrose.com/everyrose/lore.lasso#meaning

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