Valentine’s Day ….signs and superstitions
Valentine’s Day is truly the most wonderful time of the year, and people around the world celebrate it on 14 February. Valentine’s Day is usually associated with traditional symbols of love like chocolate, fine jewelry and Valentine’s Day flowers. However, it turns out that there are plenty of other signs and superstitions associated with the most romantic day of the year.
Valentine day flower
There’s a lot to think about when you’re picking out flowers for someone this Valentine’s Day. The right color is important, and an appropriate cost.
- Red: Love and Romance
One of the most universal of all symbols, the red rose represents true love. It has also appeared throughout history and across cultures as both a political and religious symbol.
- Yellow: Friendship, Joy, Get Well
Throughout history, yellow has been closely associated with the sun, making these roses excellent for cheering people up. Yellow roses send a message of appreciation and platonic love without the romantic subtext of other colors. The color represents feelings of joy and delight.
- Pink: Love, Gratitude, Appreciation
Pink carries with it the connotation of grace and elegance, as well as sweetness and poetic romance. Dark pink roses are symbolic of gratitude and appreciation, and are a traditional way to say thanks. Light pink roses are associated with gentleness and admiration, and can also be used as an expression of sympathy.
- White: Purity, Innocence, Sympathy, Spirituality
Early tradition used white roses as a symbol for true love, an association which would later become the hallmark of the red rose. Also known as the bridal rose, the white rose is a traditional wedding flower. In this sense, white represents unity, virtue, and the pureness of a new love. White roses are also associated with honor and reverence, which makes them a fitting memorial for a departed loved one. –
- Orange: Desire, Enthusiasm and Passion
Literal mixture of yellow and red, orange roses were seen as a bridge between friendship symbolized by yellow roses and love represented by red roses. They can be an expression of fascination, or a gift to say ‘I’m proud of you.’
- Lavender: Enchantment, Majesty, Love at First Sight
The color purple has a traditional association with royalty. In this regard, shades of lavender roses suggest an air of regal majesty and splendor. –
Food for good romantic future
- Noodles: For long life
- Cabbage: luck and fortune
- Fish: moving forward
- Pomegranate: fertility
- Orange: happiness
- Chocolates: romance and power
Express your love to your special one this Valentine’s day with a beautiful smile on face and these dress color or dress code.
- Blue – Going well, free now and Applications Accepted!
- Green – I am waiting for you only!
- Orange – Going to propose.
- Pink – Proposal accepted!
- Black – Rejected proposal.
- White – Sorry dear, I am already booked! (Heart Full)
- Yellow – Broke up.
- Brown – Broken hearts!
- Grey/Purple – Not interested, better luck next time!
- Red – Two side, already in love!
Who will you Marry???
It is said that the kind of bird a girl watches on Valentine’s Day predicts her future husband. For instance:
- Sparrow: a poor man
- Owl: remain spinster
- Bluebird: a happy man
- Blackbird: a priest or clergyman
- Crossbill: an argumentative man
- Squirrel: cheapskate who will hoard all your money.
- Goldfinch: millionaire.
- Robin: crime fighter
- Flock of doves: happy, peaceful marriage.
- Sparrow: poor
- Black bird: clergy man
- Owl: remain a spinster
How many children you will have??
If you cut an apple in half and count how many seeds are inside, you will know how many children you will have.
Say the names of 5 or 6 people you might like to marry, and twist the stem of an apple until it falls off. You will marry the person whose name was being said when the stem fell off. If you cut an apple in half and count how many seeds are inside, you will know how many children you will have.
“Most importantly have a cute smile on your face for the best or the worst. You are Born to Laugh”.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY………….
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