How Valentine’s Day Started?
Valentine's Day is named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd Century. There are many stories about St Valentine and over time these stories grew into the legend we know today. Many legends surround the reason for his death sentence. The most popular one says, Emperor Claudius II had banned because he thought married men were bad soldiers. Valentine felt this was unfair, so he broke the rules and arranged marriages in secret.
When Claudius found out, Valentine was thrown in jail and sentenced to death.
There, he fell in -ove with the jailer's daughter and when he was taken to be killed on 14 February he sent her a love letter signed "from your Valentine".
What are the Valentine’s Day Symbol?
The practice of sending love messages developed into people sending special cards expressing their affection. Heart with color red or pink symbolize love while cupids bows and arrows symbolize feeling of romance and love on Valentine’s Day. And it would not perfect without flowers.
What are the Popular Valentine’s Day Flowers?
If you are having a hard time or clueless to think what flower to choose, bundles of flowers is here to help you. These are the most popular flowers for Valentine’s Day.
1. Red roses – this is the most popular among other flowers can be sent on Valentine’s Day. Red rose symbolizes love, beauty, courage, respect, romantic love, and even congratulations.
2. Red carnations – means “I admire you”. Another popular flower to be sent on Valentine’s Day which symbolize of love, and that it is used to express devotion, romance and affection.
4. Red and white roses – If you are looking for a unique valentine’s gift idea, bundles of flowers offers a red and white roses with balloons to wow your loved one. This romantic gift with romantic message on the card will surely bring smile to your special someone.3. Pink roses – means “thank you”. Pink roses show appreciation, grace, perfect happiness, admiration, gratefulness, and gentleness. Perfect gift for a friend you wanted to honor on Valentine’s Day.
5. Red Tulips – red tulips associated with love. It is symbolize eternal love, undying love, perfect love, and true love. Both red roses and red tulips flowers stand for love and romance. So, if you are about to declare your love to someone, try to be unique and go for red tulips, than the usual red roses.
6. Stargazer Lilies – Stargazer is a true lily. The Stargazer flower is a potent symbol of many things, so you can easily make a second or third statement with your floral gift without saying a word. It symbolizes purity and innocence.
7. Alstroemeria - Alstroemeria have multiple blooms per stem, so they can really help to fill out a bouquet to make it look more extravagant and voluminous. These long-lasting petals convey the message of friendship and devotion. They're native to South America but can be found in nearly all parts of the world at the time of Valentine's day.
8. Sunflower - Represent warmth, freshness and happiness. One more message that they convey is loyalty.
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