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Make it a Success: Flowers to Send to Cheer Someone Up

| Shirlyn Ting

 

Is there someone in your life that you need to send a little cheer up to? From a colleague who is having a tough time working from home to a best friend going through a break-up, it can be hard to cheer them up when they’re feeling down. While most would think that flowers are just for special occasions, the truth is they're a great way to bring joy with their colourful appearance. 

Flowers are one of the easiest and most appreciated gifts you can give as a way to make them feel loved. There's no better feeling than knowing you have someone on your side. There are so many different types of flowers that will make your friend feel better, here are some ideas for what type of flowers they might appreciate:

Make Someone’s Day with these 4 Flowers

1. Sunflowers

With its huge, bright flowers, iconic yellow petals, darker round centre, and thick, long stem, sunflowers are very much like the beautiful and majestic sun. If your loved one or friend is stressed and overwhelmed, these flowers will surely lift their spirits for the days to come. The unmistakable vibrancy of sunflowers are known to exude positive energy and these are the perfect flowers to cheer someone up because it symbolises joy, adoration, constancy, and loyalty.

2. Carnations

Carnations are popular flowers known for signifying love. Present a bouquet of flowers to make your family, friend, or someone special feel happy and loved. Purple carnations are often given to someone who is grieving a loss of a loved one. It can also be given when you seek someone's forgiveness. Pink carnations symbolise gratitude and fondness while red carnations signify admiration and love. If you want to wish someone good luck, you can give them white carnations.

3. Hydrangeas

The stunning clusters of hydrangea flowers are a beauty to behold. Generally, hydrangeas symbolise grace, beauty, gratitude, forgiveness, peace, and sympathy. They are best given to cheer up your best friend who has just broken up with his/her partner or to your loved one who is in a tough situation. In detail, pink hydrangeas evoke sincere emotions. Purple hydrangeas mean you are empathising with one's circumstances. Meanwhile, blue hydrangeas symbolise humility and asking for forgiveness.

4. Baby's Breath

Finally, a bundle of baby’s breath flowers can provide a wonderful pick-me-up for anyone feeling down. These small delicate flowers generally portray purity, sincerity, love, innocence, and compassion. White baby's breath usually symbolises spirituality and therefore can be given to someone who needs spiritual empowerment. Pink baby's breath flowers stand for gentleness and love and can be sent to your friend or loved one who is having a rough or bad day. Yellow and orange baby's breath evokes joy and will surely coax a smile out of them. 

Don’t Forget To Add a Personalised Message 

As an extra touch, you can always add a meaningful message as a form of encouragement. From complimenting them to writing something humorous that guarantees a good laugh, it can make any person feel better straight away. 

When it comes to showing you’re there, flowers are a perfect present on their own but ordering them for delivery can make it even more special. With Floristique, there's no need to visit a store when you can shop 24 hours a day, 7 days of the week with just a few clicks! What’s better than sending the person you love a bouquet of flowers to instantly brighten up their day? It’s a heartwarming way to make your loved ones feel supported whenever they need it. Place an order today. 

Need some help choosing your flowers? Get in touch with the Floristique team today.

 



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