For centuries, and across cultures, flowers have spoken a language transcending time. Although pretty to look at on the surface, their significance has always run deep. Since flowers carry human sentiment far beyond what words can express, why not harness the language of flowers when it’s time to make a lifelong commitment?
What is the Language of Flowers?
The language of flowers—floriography has long existed but it was introduced as a concept and a ‘life hack’ in the Victorian era. An era where the open display of emotions was shunned.
Alongside the complex feelings of love, attraction, despair and sadness, expressions as simple as a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ could be conveyed by simply accepting flowers from either the right or left hand.
Since we humans speak a multitude of languages across the globe, the ever-changing language of flowers can be used per culture to highlight human emotions whenever we fall short of words.