Friday, 17 February 2012

Image//Book Works//Yellow flowers and their meanings.

Again, more potential research to consider for infographics or vector illustrations for my 'Book Works' brief, for which I am looking at the psychology and meaning(s) behind the colour yellow.
This time looking at yellow flowers and apparent meanings that are associated with them.

Great yellow daffodil - chivalry
Yellow sweetbrier or yellow rose - decrease of love
Yellow carnation - rue, distain
Yellow rose - jealousy
Yellow iris - passion
Yellow roses today signify joy and gladness; historically, they meant a decrease of love and infidelity.
Rose (yellow) Decrease of Love; Jealousy; Try to Care; Let us forget; Love is waning; Friendship
Yellow rose Friendship
Red and Yellow-Happy Feelings
Red and yellow roses mixed together say "Congratulations!"
Yellow and orange roses together imply passionate thoughts.
Yellow Rose, Broken Straw and Ivy. - Your jealousy has broken our friendship.
LILY, YELLOW. - Gaiety.

There’s a good reason why it can feel all but impossible to refrain from smiling when you spot a bouquet of bright daffodils or a pot filled with sun-drenched chrysanthemums–the color yellow evokes feelings of joy and lightheartedness. Also a symbol of friendship, a bouquet bursting with yellow blooms sends a message of new beginnings and happiness.

yellow, cheerful


yellow, cheerful

yellow, secret admirer

yellow, zealous

yellow, hopelessly in love

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