Casket Saddle With Wet Floral Foam
Foliage: Ivy, Salal, Variegated Pittosporum, Leather Leaf, Variegated Liriope
Pale Pink Roses
Pale Pink Lilies
White Cushion Poms
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Flowers From Generation To Generation
When it comes to flowers it doesn't really matter how old you are or where you're from because people enjoy receiving flowers as well as sending them. Did you know that flowers can have a true emotional meaning behind them? They're just not a pretty flower or simple gift; with the right flower you can send feeling and emotions to your loved ones. From a simple "I love you" to a very special "happy birthday", flowers are an overall perfect gift which is the number one reason thousands of flowers are sent every day around the world.
As a 17 year old, my generation thinks about flowers differently than older generations. To us, flowers signify an easy way to make someone else smile. For example, on Valentine's Day, every teenage boy knows to send their girlfriends flowers. Not only because its an easy gift to get, but they know flowers are the ideal Valentine's Day gift. Most guys know that flowers make any girl happy and cheerful, especially roses on this specific day. They also realize that roses are a flower that symbolize an ''I love you''. So whether you're from the younger or older generation, everyone knows that the meaning behind a rose is ''I love you''.
On the other hand an older generation, like our parents, thinks about flowers in a more passionate and sentimental way. A man from this older generation puts a great deal of thought into the flowers he sends his wife. He thinks about the emotion he wants to convey with the flowers he is sending. For the older generations the message you convey with flowers is a significant part of sending flowers. To my generation a gift of flowers might be remembered for about a couple of weeks. To the older generations it's something they will remember for the rest of their life; making them smile every time they think about the special gift they received.
My generation focuses on flowers more around April or May, which is prom season. An outfit wouldn't be complete without a dazzling corsage. On the other hand, for the older generation any day of the year is the right time to think about and send flowers. When they're trying to send a sympathetic message or just make someone smile, waiting for a holiday to come around isn't the only option when it comes to sending flowers. In retrospect, flowers are sent by all generations all throughout the year. They are just sent with a different meaning an in a different approach each time. Maybe my generation should start sending flowers a little more often.