The Most Popular Valentine’s Day Flowers and What They Mean

flower meaningsTime certainly flies, and that colloquialism doesn’t only apply to the times when we’re having a good time. Before we know it, Valentine’s Day will be here. Our team of experienced Breen’s Florist floral designers want to make sure that you are able to get the most beautiful flowers of your choice for that special loved one in your life.

Dating back to the Victorian Era when the Language of Flowers began to evolve, different types of flowers have varying significance, as do their respective colors.

One flower is universally associated with Valentine’s Day. Florists all over the country sell more roses than any other flower for this romantic holiday. Red roses are the ultimate symbol of passion. We believe that our spectacular one-of-a-kind exclusive Twilight Signature Roses are the ideal flower to share with someone when you want to express your love.

Lilies are another popular variety of flower to give someone as a gift for Valentine’s Day. If you want to tell someone that you feel like they treat you like royalty, or that you think they’re regal, then give them a gift that’s Simply Stunning. Calla lilies are associated with regality and royalty, and this arrangement of callas that are nestled on a bed of hydrangeas is as elegant as it is special.

If you are going to ask someone to marry you, and you want to declare your passion for them on the grandest possible scale, then our Monet arrangement is as over-the-top as you can get. Red roses convey feelings of passionate love while stargazer lilies suggest ambitiousness.

When you want to go all out on Valentine’s Day and send the epitome of luxury and refinement, you want to choose orchids because those are two of the sentiments they express. They are also associated with beauty, love, luxury, strength, refinement and thoughtfulness. The gift of orchids suggests that you want to seduce the recipient.

Valentine’s Day is all about expressions of love and fondness. During the Victorian Era, people were reluctant to express passionate feelings verbally. This led to the creation of the Language of Flowers, which is just as relevant today as it was back then. Don’t put off thinking about your Valentine’s Day gifts. Let us help you choose a floral arrangement or customize one that will convey everything you hope to express through flowers.