The Meaning of Coloursadmin
Colour is a form of non verbal communication. It is not a static energy and its meaning can change from one day to the next with any individual. However, there are universal meanings for every colour.
Red is the colour of love and romance. Red flowers convey passion, action, ambition, determination and demand attention. Red flowers symbolise courage, respect, constancy, admiration and, of course, desire.
Pink is a romantic colour and light pink hues convey gentleness, happiness and love. Pink flowers can also symbolises innocence and grace, unconditional love and nurturing.
Blue is the colour of trust and peace, also suggesting loyalty and integrity, peace, serenity and openness Blue is a colour to convey responsibility and honesty.
White normally represent reverence and humility, purity and innocence or sympathy for a bereavement.
Yellow is our happy colour. It symbolises hope, the bonds of friendship, the taste of success and pride and joy. Yellow is uplifting and illuminating, offering hope, happiness, cheerfulness and fun.
Lavender has a delicate and feminine touch to them. It often convey youth, elegance, grace and refinement.
Orange is bold, passionate and full of life, and speak of enthusiasm, excitement and exuberance. The colour orange radiates warmth and happiness, combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow.
Green represents the optimism of spring, of renewal and youthfulness, of balance and growth. The colour green is also a wish for good fortune and good health.
Purple symbolises dignity, tradition, success and is known as a royal colour. Purple can also be a symbols of admiration and adoration and above all, imagination and spirituality.