Expressing one’s feelings, sharing one’s feelings, sharing one’s emotions, all of these behaviours can be quite difficult for people who find it hard to open up. Although this type of sharing has recently become easier thanks to the development of technology, it is still complicated for many people. Indeed, although telephones and social networks have contributed greatly to the liberation of speech when it comes to sharing one’s feelings, many people do not feel comfortable using these methods and prefer to use the language of flowers.
The world of flowers, a language in its own right
Everyone agrees that flowers make any place more beautiful. Whether it is a bouquet of flowers in a living room or a rose garden, flowers have the ability to make any place beautiful.
In addition to the aesthetic aspect and the good scent of a bouquet or a flowerbed, flowers are also known for the extent of their language. Indeed, flowers alone can communicate in addition to human language or writing. In addition, it is possible to express your feelings through a bouquet of flowers, to express your love, desire, anger or sadness with just a flower arrangement. This is probably why many romantics like to use this means of communication to express their feelings.
Feelings that can be communicated through flowers
Many feelings can be conveyed through flowers. A bouquet of red roses, for example, can be an expression of love, just as a gift of yellow roses can be an expression of sincere friendship. When it comes to flowers, both gender and colour are important in expressing emotions. When it comes to gender, many believe that roses are the flowers of love. Indeed, roses are often associated with this feeling, although there are cases where they are associated with other emotions.
When it comes to friendship, it is common to turn to the iris or chrysanthemums because of the significance of these flowers, which are dedication and sincere friendship. Finally, when it comes to flowers and sentiment, it is also important to consider colours. Red, for example, is often associated with passion and love, while white often refers to innocence and purity. Thus, flowers and their colours should be chosen according to the feelings you want to express and the intention you want to convey.
Flowers and feelings
Although flowers offer a broad opportunity for communication, they are generally only given on certain occasions. Indeed, the giving or delivery of a bouquet is generally done in the Society on well-defined occasions such as birthdays or holidays like Valentine’s Day for example. It is on these occasions that most people express their feelings for their loved ones through bouquets. However, it is not uncommon to give bouquets on less joyous occasions such as funerals or hospitalizations to express sympathy or regret for the people involved. So, with flowers, it is possible to express a whole range of emotions and feelings. The key is to choose the right type and colour of bouquet.