The tradition of gifting flowers especially during anniversaries is a very old one going back to ages. Flowers are a constant for every special occasion, even the most private ones. This is because flowers are considered to be the best creations of mother nature and a thing of beauty unlike any other.

Flowers and Emotions are often interchangeable, the way we replace love with a rose or happiness with a tulip are some of the simplest examples we see all around us. Flowers thus communicate the feelings buried deep in our hearts without actually needing words. That is why flowers are a staple in Proposals, Weddings, and Funerals. Covering a wide range of emotions to help the cause or communicate the feelings hidden in our hearts.


Flowers are a gift of the earth and a symbol of love.

Flowers have been used as a symbol of love for centuries. They are often given to loved ones on Valentine's Day, anniversaries, birthdays, Mother's Day, and other special occasions. 

Flowers are also used in religious ceremonies around the world. For example, in Judaism, people give flowers to God in thanksgiving or as an act of atonement for someone's sins.

Flowers have been a symbol of beauty and desire for thousands of years. They are a universal language, which transcends the barriers of time, culture, and language. Flowers are a representation of love, gratitude, sorrow, or celebration. They can be used as a form of decoration or as an expression. When you buy flowers for that special someone in your life they will always know you care about them and want to make them happy. 

Their different colors represent different meanings: black is usually a sign of mourning or sadness; red is associated with love or passion; yellow represents happiness and hope; purple is symbolic of spiritual power.

In many cultures, flowers are given to celebrate birthdays, weddings, and other major life events

Now more than ever Flowers are used by everyone and even associating certain meanings and attributes to them, to facilitate the said ideas and desires you want to convey.

Today let's talk about the flowers that we gift on Anniversaries.

1) Carnations

Carnations are the top-tier choice for every occasion but are often chosen for the couples who celebrate their first anniversaries. Originally found in Mediterranian terrain, now it is bred around the world in its optimal conditions to bring the beauty it possesses to our occasions.

2) Orchids 

Orchids are flowers that come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. This makes them popular for floral arrangements, home decor, or even just to give someone as a gift 

Orchids are another common flower that we use as a gift for anniversaries. Usually associated with the third anniversaries, orchids are found across the world.

3) Roses 

Roses have been a popular flower for centuries for their beautiful scent and long-lasting beauty. 

Rose flowers have been a popular flower for centuries as the flowers are well known for their beautiful scent and long-lasting beauty. In many cultures, they are often used as symbols of love, affection, and respect. There are over 100 different species of roses in the world. 

In the modern world, people often forget to take care of their loved ones. A bouquet of flowers, a card, or even a kind word from time to time can make a world of difference. Celebrating anniversaries with flowers is a great way to say "I love you" and "I'm thinking about you." 

Flowers deliver messages which are clear and easy to understand. A bouquet of flowers shows that the sender is thoughtful, kind, and caring. It tells the recipient that they are not forgotten - that they are important enough to be remembered on their special day.