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Different flowers can be symbolic of different things, and this may depend on the occasion. The symbolism for various flowers and their colours may also vary in differnet parts of the world. Below are 5 of our favourite flowers for a romantic occasion and what they symbolise in our neck of the woods.

Tulips

Tulips are seen as a declaration of love, particularly red and pink tulips. With a variety of colours to choose from, there's sure to be a colour match for your loved one..

Sunflowers

Sunflowers are a symbol of adoration, positivity and longevity. Associated with the sun and its life-giving warmth, the colour yellow often symbolises warm feelings of friendship and optimism.

Violet

Violets express loyalty, devotion, faithfulness and modesty. They can also be symbols of rising above challenges, due to violets thriving in tough conditions and humble places.

Peonies

A peony is a symbol of a happy life and a happy marriage. They are often associated with a classic femininity and are a fave of the young and old alike.

Roses

A red rose is a symbol of love and desire, and a pink rose is symbolic of happiness. Both colours could be great for Valentine's Day! 

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