What does your wedding bouquet say about you?

As we know, flowers mean different things to different people.  Some just love the colours and others drool over the scents they produce.  Here's a list of meanings for flowers you may choose to have in your bouquet on your big day!

 The ROSE is the most traditional of all wedding flowers.  These beauties have the meaning of 'Love'.  Every colour has its own unique meaning.  White symbolizes 'purity' and Red means 'true love'.

The ROSE is the most traditional of all wedding flowers.  These beauties have the meaning of 'Love'.  Every colour has its own unique meaning.  White symbolizes 'purity' and Red means 'true love'.

 GYPSOPHILA signifies 'festivity', and is fast becoming one of the most popular wedding flower choices.

GYPSOPHILA signifies 'festivity', and is fast becoming one of the most popular wedding flower choices.

 With its elegant trumpet shape, the CALLA LILY more than stands for its meaning of 'regal'.

With its elegant trumpet shape, the CALLA LILY more than stands for its meaning of 'regal'.

 The sweetly fragrant FREESIA represents 'innocence' and 'friendship'.

The sweetly fragrant FREESIA represents 'innocence' and 'friendship'.

 The round blooms of tightly packed petals in the HYDRANGEA signify 'perseverance' and 'heartfelt emotion'.

The round blooms of tightly packed petals in the HYDRANGEA signify 'perseverance' and 'heartfelt emotion'.

 Not generally a common choice for bridal bouquets but hugely versatile, the CHRYSANTHEMUM symbolizes 'joy'.

Not generally a common choice for bridal bouquets but hugely versatile, the CHRYSANTHEMUM symbolizes 'joy'.

 Brides may love PEONIES for their luscious looks, but will cherish their meaning of a 'happy marriage'!

Brides may love PEONIES for their luscious looks, but will cherish their meaning of a 'happy marriage'!

 Carrying this exotic beauty on your wedding day is not only a sign you love a dramatic touch but that you are also a woman of 'refinement' and 'charm'.

Carrying this exotic beauty on your wedding day is not only a sign you love a dramatic touch but that you are also a woman of 'refinement' and 'charm'.

 Dating back 300 million years the PROTEA symbolizes 'courage' and 'diversity'.  It was named after the Greek god Poseidon's son, Proteus.

Dating back 300 million years the PROTEA symbolizes 'courage' and 'diversity'.  It was named after the Greek god Poseidon's son, Proteus.

 With it's beautiful scent and dainty blooms, LILY OF THE VALLEY represents 'sweetness' and 'purity of the heart'.

With it's beautiful scent and dainty blooms, LILY OF THE VALLEY represents 'sweetness' and 'purity of the heart'.