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Valentine’s Day Flowers, Valentine Roses, Celebration

Valentine’s day flowers, Valentine roses, celebration

February brings a big reason to celebrate love. People believe this day as the most romantic time of the year. A perfect opportunity to express their innermost desires and feelings in front of those who matters the most.

Exchanging flowers (in particular, roses), dinner, and loads of love makes a perfect way to celebrate Valentine. Booking reservation for dinner is the modern way of celebrating Valentine’s day.

Before we explain you the significance of flowers and other celebration on Valentine. I would like to explain in short we celebrate Valentine’s day. The story goes back in the 3rd century when Rome was ruled by Claudius II.

He used to think single men made better soldiers, so he outlawed marriage for young Roman men. A young priest named Valentine found it unfair and continued performing marriages in secret.

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Eventually, Claudius found Valentine’s practices and sentenced him to death. During his time in jail, he fell in love with the jailer’s daughter. This is where, he wrote a letter and signed it, “From Your Valentine”. An expression which we still use today. In the 5th century, Pope Gelasius declared 14th of February as Valentine’s day.

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Even before Valentine, mid-February is always considered as a fertility festival season. In early days, people assume birds mating season as God’s sign for love to human kind. Another party festival celebrated by 1st century was the festival of Lupercalia.

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Whichever festival it would be for centuries, flowers have symbolized fertility, love, marriage, and romance. To be specific, sending flowers is an old-fashioned custom to pass on non-verbal messages.

In the 18th century, Charles II of Sweden introduced meaning to each flower. This helps both parties to have a generalized idea of where the conversation would be heading.

Today, people continue to send flowers on special occasions or to express sentiments of love and admiration. There are different flowers romantics choose frequently to signify their love. Take a look…

Rose

Rose symbolize love and romance. Although other colors of roses, red is the eternal favorite. The number of roses one gives carries special meaning.

Orchids

They are available in varieties and have different meanings including love, prosperity, and beauty. Orchids make a perfect gift for men on Valentine’s day, as Orchids are masculine flowers.

Carnations

Traditional red, white and pink embody the color scheme of February 14. While other deep shades like burgundy and purple accentuate a Valentine bouquet. In mixed bouquet for this special, don’t mind including carnations for a sparkling look.

Tulips

They are lovely, romantic alternatives to exotic roses. Like roses, tulips to carry specific meaning as far as colors are concerned. Red stands for love, purple loyalty, and yellow for cheerfulness.

Lilies

Lily stands for celebration, beauty, ambition and passion. As an addition to a special bouquet, they show off a feeling of fun and fresh love. Other than this Lilies add color and texture to a Valentine bouquet.

Why sending Valentine’s day flower is important?

To help you understand the importance of flowers on Valentine’s day. We would like you to go through the past statistics of flowers on this day.

Valentine’s Day Flower Data
Percent of all flowers purchased by men 73%
Percent of women who send themselves flowers on Valentine’s day 14%
Percent of women who would end their relationship if they didn’t get something for Valentine’s day 53%
Gift most given on Valentine’s day (flowers stands second) 34.3%
Average number of roses produced for Valentine’s day 198,000,000

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