Throughout history, certain flowers have been assigned different meanings and were given as gifts to symbolize emotions or affections. This was especially true during the Victorian Era, when flower selection was limited.
The meanings of flowers are more open to intrepretation today, since most blossom varities are readily available, and people find personalized symbolism with each bloom - whether from a fond memory or special past occassion.
Here, Country Weddings provides a generalized guide to some of the more common wedding blossoms and their symbolism. What fun to design your wedding bouquet based on specific meanings!
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