At times words can't express your feelings to make your relations improved when a mistake has happend. We never intend to hurt our darlings, however occasionally it occurs. Flowers can help to heal somebody's soul and show somebody you are thinking of them and let a person forgive and forget.
When someone passes away, flowers say everything, without saying anything at all. Often people who have lost a loved one find comfort in receiving flowers. Just the fact that the sender is thinking of them is enough to provide much needed support. In this situation, send flowers with soft pastels colours as they show care, understanding and purity. Lilies, Singapore orchids and roses are appropriate for this emotional time.
If you've upset a friend or family member and need to repair the bond, gerbera's are bright, playful and remind the recipient of the fun times you've shared. It might not fix everything immediately, but this gesture will let them know you still care for them and want to make things better.
The silent treatment can be a good indicator that something is wrong with that someone special in your life. The longer you wait, the harder it can be to get things back to normal. To defuse an unhappy situation, it's simple, send roses. They are romantic, heartfelt and hard to resist. Even if you get a smirk out of the one you love when they receive this beautiful bloom, you can rest assured that the cold shoulder treatment will be over soon.
Feeling ill and being stuck at home or in a hospital bed can make anyone feel blue. Raise a loved one's spirits by sending flowers that are bright and cheerful. Gerbera's and lilies are the perfect way to say "Sorry you're not feeling so well."
In many cases, it's not just the flowers that say sorry. It's knowing the person who has hurt you is thinking of you, that someone has gone to the effort to arrange the gesture and the feeling of surprise when a bouquet is delivered. It's pretty hard not to accept an apology when it it's said with flowers.