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    • This Slide Show is brought to You by http:// mothersdaycrafts.blogspot.com
    • A Guide To Mothers Day Flower Meanings Here's my guess. It's almost Mother's Day and you haven't bought a gift or ordered flowers. If you are thinking about ordering flowers, definitely do not choose a bouquet willy-nilly from a photograph. No. No. No. You need to learn the language of flowers. Your mother will be so proud.
    • Before You Order There is an art to choosing flowers. Before you order flowers for Mothers Day, do your research. Did you know the carnation, also known as dianthus, is known worldwide as the official flower of Mother's Day? That simplifies things a bit you say. I'll send her carnations! It's not quite that simple. But you're on the right track.
    • The Flower Dictionary Flowers have their own dictionary containing meanings that have come to be attributed to a certain flower over the centuries. Floriography , the term used in the Victorian era, means literally "the language of flowers". It is a practice whereby we can say something we cannot say in person, by sending certain flowers. The Victorians were all about hidden meanings, and propriety, and doing the right thing. So do the right thing and send your mother a meaningful Mothers Day flower arrangement, not one that says "I don't care".
    • Colors Have Meaning But wait! There's more! When you finally choose a flower for your bouquet, you also need to select the correct color, because the combination of flower and color will translate what you are trying to say with flowers. Thus, if you want to express your appreciation, tell your florist to use pink carnations, which mean "gratitude".
    • Beautiful Flower Arrangement Practically every flower has a meaning attached to it; some good, others not-so-good. You would be wise to study this subject because you would not want to send someone a beautiful flower arrangement full of white roses, which means "I don't love you".
    • Putting It All Together Here is a list of some of the flowers and their meanings that are suitable for a Mothers Day flower arrangement: Pink Carnation – Traditional Mothers Day flower, conveying gratitude Light Pink Roses – Admiration Red Roses – I love you
    • List Of Some Flower Meaning Here is a list of some of the flowers and their meanings that are suitable for a Mothers Day flower arrangement: Pink Zinnia – Affection Stocks – Beauty Blue Hydrangea – Peace and tranquility
    • Mother Knows Everything As we all know, our mother knows everything, and one of the things she knows is that flowers have meaning, so be absolutely certain of what you want to say, and what flower you say it with, when you send her your love.
    • This Slide Show is brought to You by http:// mothersdaycrafts.blogspot.com