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Today, gifting flowers is an important part of conveying our emotions to those we love. And the use of science and technology makes it easy to communicate these feelings. You can tailor a Doreen flower delivery online to express your undying love to someone.
With many reasons spanning prehistoric times, gifting flowers has changed over time. Everything you know about giving flowers may just be the tip of the iceberg. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how blooms can convey different messages.
How to impress someone?
Maybe you have your eye on somebody but are not sure how to approach them. Flowers might just be the perfect ice breaker. You can send your crush a bespoke flower gift with a heartfelt note to awe them. Consider bouquets with plenty of red blooms such as roses, tulips, or carnations. And to avoid coming on too strong, you can go with pink flowers instead. They are just as amazing, but not as passion-intensive as red blossoms.
How to inspire someone?
Flowers can have an instant effect on someone’s happiness. Research indicates that people often show a ‘Duchenne’ or genuine smile after receiving a floral gift. The Duchenne smile raises your eye sockets, cheeks, and mouth, implying true happiness.
Apart from cheering up upon receipt, flowers can also have an enduring effect on the recipient’s mood. It’s not uncommon for people to feel less anxious or depressed after getting flowers.
Your choice of colour may also impact the mood of your recipient. Humans are notorious for harbouring an extreme emotional response to colour. Warm shades of red, yellow, and orange may create cheerful and positive feelings. If you want to ignite a peaceful and calm sensation, go with green and blue tints instead.
How to send well wishes?
Sending blooms to loved ones feeling under the weather or battling an illness is a lovely gesture. Flowers show someone in the hospital that you’re thinking of them and wish them well. Besides, studies show positive post-surgery recoveries among patients with plants in their rooms.
Hydrangeas, peonies, and daisies are ideal “get well soon” flower options. They are all bright and colourful blooms that can cheer up just about anyone.
However, you’ll want to be cautious when choosing flowers to send to an ailing person. Some hospitals won’t allow flowers inside the wards. Some blossoms can result in allergic reactions for visitors, staff, or other patients. Carnations, chrysanthemum, and roses contain pollen but they’re hypoallergenic flowers. That’s because their particles are too big to get airborne. This makes them great picks to prevent allergies as they don’t cause problems for most allergy sufferers.
There’s a flower for every occasion and reason. If you want a florist who understands the language of flowers, look no further than In Full Bloom. Our Doreen flower delivery service can help you send florist-tailored flowers anywhere in Melbourne. Call or email us for assistance in expressing yourself through fresh blooms when words are not enough.