Create Your Harpers Floriography Bouquet

Step 1 – Chose your focal flower/most dominant message

Pink Hydrangea

Heartlessness and acting without thinking.

Most commonly sent on a Monday morning! This flower is for when you have messed up.

Consider its her birthday, she says she doesn’t want anything, you get her nothing. Then she goes mad because she didn’t actually mean she didn’t want anything. Apparently you don’t care about her and don’t think about her now!

This flower says you do, it says; “I’m sorry, I’m an idiot and its all my fault. I should have been more thoughtful.”

The answer is yes, she forgives you now.

White Hydrangea

Heartfelt and honest emotions of any kind.

This is the flower to say, “Listen, before I explain, I want you to know that every single meaning behind each flower in this bouquet comes from the heart and I mean it.”

Its the floral equivalent to your love letter in your envelope, finished with a “S.W.A.L.K.”

Cymbidium Orchid

Fertility, feminine and Sexuality.

The Cymbidium Orchid should be left to the recipients imagination.

The intricacy within the flower would suggest that you find every detail of the recipient to be sexually attractive.

Most often sent on a Friday night!

Peony

Traditional Romance and Shyness.

The early stages of dating. You want to show respect, be traditional, do something romantic and show her she’s special.

You like her but you don’t really want to lay it out on the table. Say it with peonies.

Protea

Courage and Transformation.

In any situation, from New Home, New House, New Job…

and also the negatives;

The loss of someone, a broken relationship, loss of job.

The Protea encourages you look forward to what life has to offer ahead. Never look back.

Sunflower

Positivity and Happiness.

How did you know?!

The sunflower encourages optimism and a smile.

They bring joy to the heart, mind and soul, replacing yourself in the now to be a happy in your PRESENT moment. Beautiful.

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