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Good Mood With Happy Flowers

Despite the fact that the light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel has appeared in the form of a vaccine, the latest blockage has many people optimistic. The most recent blockage, which has been exacerbated by long nights and cool autumn days. As a result, it's time for some cheerful flowers!

Although we believe that sending a beautiful bouquet of flowers delivered by a local florist is an unbeatable way to stimulate emotions (and that sending can be beneficial! ), it appears that some flowers - and colors - are more powerful than others.

 



Different colors are thought to correspond to different vibrations throughout the body, according to color therapists or their friends' chromatotherapists. It appears that color can be used to restore balance if your body's balance is doubled.

Bright colors

Bright, warm colors like yellow, orange, pink, and red are considered happy. Pastel colors like peach, light pink, and lilac can also lift your spirits, which is great news with Mother's Day approaching. We're sure every mother could use a helping hand.

The happier and more optimistic a color makes you feel, the brighter and lighter it is. Combining multiple primary and secondary colors for a youthful, colorful effect is another way colors can elicit happy emotions.

What does this mean for flowers, however? There are plenty of cheerful flowers to choose from. Here's a list of some of our favorites.

Red gerberas

 

 

Red is, of course, the color of romance and passion – and a delivery of red flowers on Valentine's Day makes everyone happy! Gerberas, rather than red roses, have a fun aspect that adds to their mood-lifting appeal.

 Purple anemones

Purple is full of life and energy in color therapy, and its extravagance appears to help stimulate feelings of inspiration, creativity, and calm. Purple anemones will keep you motivated and inspired to complete all of those creative projects you've been putting off, as well as keep you calm when you're feeling overwhelmed.

Pink tulips

 

 

Pink tulips elicit feelings of kindness, compassion, and affection – and are the ideal centerpiece for a springtime Mother's Day or Easter bouquet.

Orange ranunculus

Orange, as one of the warmest tones, is strikingly similar to the color of the sunset, which is one of nature's most calming and peaceful gifts. As a result, it is said to rebalance joy, optimism, and wisdom.

Yellow chrysanthemums

 

 

Yellow, according to color experts, evokes feelings of happiness and warmth, not least because it reminds us of the sun! It also promotes confidence, clarity, and contentment, making them ideal flowers to give to someone you care about who is facing a new challenge, such as starting a new job. It's also a popular Mother's Day and Easter flower.

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