Everything You Need to Know About Giving Someone Flowers at the Airport from the floral experts at Walter Knoll Florist, the premier floral shop in St. Louis.
Go ahead and be that person…the one who shows up at the airport with a gorgeous bouquet of flowers to greet someone with at the gate. Your loved one will be ecstatic and feel extra special while others who also just got off the plane are wondering why they didn’t get flowers, feeling a bit deflated. There are few tips to keep in mind, though, before getting those flowers. Such as the type and color of flowers you want to express your feelings. The language of flowers can be a little tricky if you don’t know it. You don’t want to accidentally give a bouquet of flowers representing long-lasting and passionate love to a family member or best friend. Keep reading to discover what flowers and colors will be appropriate for creating the perfect airport reunion..
Best Types of Flowers For Greeting Someone at the Airport
An airport can be a busy and crowded place so stick to flower bouquets that are small to medium instead of large ones which could get bumped, jostled, or crushed in a crowd. Plus, carrying a large gift of flowers and several bags of luggage at the same time could be cumbersome. You could present your loved one with just a single stem from the bouquet at the airport and leave the rest at home to be enjoyed later home.
If you happen to know the recipient’s favorite flower, then impress them with a bouquet of just those. It’s important to realize some types of flowers, and flower colors, express different meanings. You don’t want to the wrong message to someone so choose your flowers wisely using the below guide:
Flower Meaning by Type
Yellow roses signify joy, friendship, longing for the familiar, and are the traditional symbol of coming home. These blooms would be perfect for your mom, family members, or a good friend.
Represent a mother’s undying love, gratitude, and love.
Symbolize a long-lasting commitment and bond between 2 people.
Symbolize enchantment and love at first sight.
Represent sweetness, admiration, joy, and gratitude.
Generally symbolize beauty, purity, and innocence. (White Gerbera daisies are perfect for giving to little girls).
Symbolize affection, friendship, and remembrance.
Flower Meaning by Color
If you’d rather focus on color instead of type, just follow the below flower color symbolism guide:
Love, passion, romance
Happiness, gentleness, femininity
Joy, happiness, friendship
Friendship, caring, gratitude
Grace, elegance, youth
Important Details for Presenting Flowers to Someone at the Airport
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