Send Yellow Bouquets
From bright sunflowers to pale peonies, yellow flower arrangements brighten up any room. The color of the sun, yellow petals bring happiness without implying any romantic intentions, making them perfect for a variety of occasions. Popular yellow flowers include roses, peonies, sunflowers, goldenrod, irises, primrose, gerberas, daffodils, calla lilies, orchids, marigolds, mums, dahlias, and ranunculus.
If you’re looking for the perfect yellow bouquet online, choose a farm-fresh floral arrangement from The Bouqs Co. We don’t cut our flowers until after you order them (with the exception of our beautiful Same-Day Bouqs). Your arrangement will arrive so fresh the blossoms may still be in bud form. This process ensures the longest-lasting yellow blooms and helps reduce some of the waste caused by traditional flower delivery services. You don’t want your bouquets to wilt while waiting to be delivered, right? We certainly don’t.
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What Do Yellow Flowers Mean?
Yellow flowers are interesting because their meaning has changed over time. They can even mean different things in various regions around the world.
In Europe in the late 19th century, people would send yellow roses to turn somebody down who had declared romantic intentions with red roses.
Nowadays, yellow blooms typically represent friendship, joy, truth, and hope, especially in English-speaking countries. However, yellow flowers symbolize jealousy in France and death in much of Central and South America, so keep in mind cultural differences when you consider sending yellow flowers.
What Occasions Can I Send Yellow Flowers?
With their sunny color and lack of romantic connotations, yellow flowers are extremely versatile. You can send them for birthdays, babies, congratulations, or to say “Thank you.” Whether you choose an all-yellow arrangement or a bouquet with accents of yellow, you’ll be sending joy to your loved one.