There are many different things that are considered romantic. One of the things people often think of when asked to name something romantic is a bouquet of flowers, especially red roses. When it comes to planning a romantic date or dinner, flowers are almost always a must. The magic of flowers can turn any event into a romantic one…but why?
Flowers aren’t always romantic. Sometimes, they symbolize friendship, such as when you receive flowers congratulating you on a promotion or for a job well done. Sometimes they remind you that others care, as in get well flowers. Sometimes they help to commemorate an event like a birth, a graduation, or a birthday. While these flowers are certainly magical, they aren’t considered romantic unless they come from your significant other.
So what brings about the romantic magic of flowers? Well, part of it is the sender. As stated above, flowers from your significant other are obviously going to carry more of a romantic meaning than those from others. Flowers given on anniversaries and on Valentine’s Day (or any other day significant to your relationship) are also more magical and romantic.
The magic of flowers is that they make us happy and remind us that others care. While romantic flowers may seem best to some people, overall, all given flowers are magical.