The language of flowers — also known as floriography — popular in the 18th and 19th century when people used flowers as a way to communicate. While we now have more ways to communicate, the messages told with flowers are as meaningful as ever.
1928 Jewelry has taken that concept and designed a beautiful, elegant fashionable necklace pendant. Each pendant measures 1.20"W x 1.48"H and drops down from a 20" gold-dipped chain with an easy to use lobster clasp for a secure fit! The added birthstone color coincides perfectly with each month and flower. The simple yet elegant design is perfect for anytime day or evening wear and make perfect, thoughtful gifts for love ones.
Do you know what flower represents your birth month? My birthday just passed in September, so my flower is Aster. Which I have to say I have no idea what an Aster flower is! After a bit of research and google image, now I know what it looks like but let's break it down and get a better understanding of what each flower represents! Get ready for some knowledge!January Flower: Carnation. As the most popular birth flower for January, carnations are a bright spot in this gloomy month. Also known as the gillyflower, carnations symbolize admiration, love and distinction. They’re beautiful and simple blooms, which makes them charming both as a filler flower and as a colorful bouquet.
February Flower: Violet. This purple-hued bloom is a symbol of modesty, faithfulness and virtue. In the Victorian age, a gift of violets was a declaration to always be true, and it still serves as a wonderful reminder of loyalty, thoughtfulness and dependability.
March Flower: Daffodil. It’s all too appropriate that cheerful yellow flowers represent the first month of spring. These little buds of sunshine symbolize unparalleled love and serve as a reminder that the sun is always shining when loved ones are in your life.
April Flower: Sweet Pea. Sweet peas symbolize blissful pleasure. Sweet peas are known for their sweet fragrance and are a great way to make your home smell like spring!
May Flower: Lily of the Valley. Lily of the valley blossoms are white and often arranged with lush greenery to contrast the wildflower-like composition. This flower signifies sweetness, humility, and motherhood. They’re an especially fitting gift for your mother on her birthday!
June Flower: Rose. The rose is a symbol of devotion and love, and the various colors of roses carry their own meanings, from passionate love (red) to friendship (yellow).
July Flower: Larkspur. Larkspurs come in a wide range of vibrant colors including indigo, purple and pink. Pink larkspurs symbolize fickleness, while white ones symbolize happiness. Generally, larkspurs symbolize positivity and love.
August Flower: Gladiolus. The gladiolus is sometimes referred to as the sword lily because of its long, skinny shape. The bold bloom can be found in an assortment of colors including red, pink, orange, yellow, purple and white and it’s a symbol of strength of character, remembrance and sincerity.
September Flower: Aster. Also known as starworts or frost flowers, asters are a symbol of all-powerful love, affection and wisdom. Asters are available in many colors, but are most commonly found with pink, white, red, mauve or lilac blooms.
October Flower: Calendula. As a flower essence, Calendula is used to help those who have a hard time communicating clearly learn to do so with warmth, opening them to receive the messages of others and communicate from their hearts in a way that engenders understanding.
November Flower: Chrysanthemum. Chrysanthemums most commonly symbolize loyalty and honesty, though meanings can vary depending on the flower’s color.
December Flower: Narcissus. The narcissus is symbolic of good wishes, hope and wealth. Narcissus is actually a genus of flowers, and daffodil is the common name for any of the plants that fall into this genus. Narcissus flowers are known for their trumpet-like center.