We all celebrate Valentines Day on 14th February every year. Each year we go on purchasing various gifts for our valentine to express our love and care for that special someone. But do you really know that there are various symbols associated with Valentines Day and that they hold a special significance?
Understanding these symbols associated with this special occasion would help you choose the right gift for your valentine and convey just the right message too.
Let us understand one by one the meaning and significance of the two most used traditional romance symbols.
Roses have always been the symbol of love as they signify love, compassion, peace, friendship and romance. They are available in various colors, each in turn signifying a different emotion. Red for passion, Yellow for friendship and joy and White stands for true love and devotion, Pink means admiration and appreciation, Lavender is for ‘love at first sight’ and enchantment and Orange stands for fascination.
Nothing symbolizes love more completely and intensely as a heart. Heart is the core of a life-form and signifies the life. Gifting a heart would mean giving someone your very existence. Gift a soft heart or a heart carved in porcelain or made of ceramic. Even better if you gift a heart shaped cake or a heart shaped chocolate box full of premium chocolates.
Now after having a good idea of the most sought after traditional romantic gifts, now you can choose to gift any of these options or a combination of these options clubbed together.
These gifts are available with online shopping websites that have a special section dedicated to the Valentine’s Day gift collection. You can also place a request to have your gifts delivered at the doorstep of your sweetheart.