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Posted by Kevin Kegan on March 5, 2020 | Last Updated: March 11, 2020 Flowers

Today’s Top Women and Their Favorite Flowers

Did you realize your favorite flower most likely has qualities you see in yourself? For Women’s History Month, Yonkers, and White Plain’s best florist, Blossom Flower Shop decided to examine the favorite blossoms of famous women to see how their favorite flower expresses their unique nature.

Mokara orchid

Mokara Orchid

Angelina Jolie – Orchid

The graceful and exotic orchid is Angelina Jolie’s favorite flower, an actress who’s elegant and exotic equally. Orchids are ornamental plants admired by many due to their fragrant and delicate blooms. Based on the species, the orchid petals are available in a variety of colors and shapes. All orchids, nonetheless, have only 3 petals and 3 sepals. Symbolizing luxury, love, strength, and beauty, the orchid flower perfectly fits this talented actress and mother of 6 kids.

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley

Audrey Hepburn – Lily of the Valley

A fashion icon from Old Hollywood, Audrey Hepburn’s favorite bloom was the fragile yet regal Lily of the Valley. Exuding a dainty appeal, the gorgeous bell-shaped Lily of the Valley represents goodness, humility, happiness, and fortune. Audrey’s wedding bouquet was a little group of only Lily of Valley blossoms.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Katy Perry – Hydrangeas (Purple and White)

Hydrangeas are a popular flower of many women due to their gorgeous full head of blooms that come in a variety of colors. The meaning of hydrangeas varies among different cultures. For example, in Japan, hydrangea flowers represent a deep understanding, apology, and heartfelt emotion. In Europe, however, hydrangeas represent arrogance and boastfulness due to the plant producing an abundance of flowers yet very few seeds. Colors symbolism is more uniform across various cultures, though, and Katy Perry’s favorite flower of purple and white hydrangeas symbolizes purity, peace, and love (white), and understanding, royalty, and gratefulness (purple).

Blue Cornflower

Blue Cornflower

Jackie Kennedy Onassis – Blue Cornflower and White Peony

Fashion icon and First Lady, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, loved white peonies and blue cornflowers. She used cornflowers to refresh the White House gardens and make them beautiful once again after many years of neglect. The vibrant blue cornflower pops with color and jazzes up any garden, which is probably Jackie loved this flower. Symbolizing hope, devotion, unity, and prosperity, the blue cornflower represents goals from that era. The white peony was Jackie’s other favorite flower, and this beautiful bloom symbolizes purity, prosperity, and good fortune.

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Pink Roses

Michelle Obama – Hydrangeas and Pink Roses

The former First Lady Michelle Obama has a colorful and bright character, so it is no surprise her favorite flowers are colorful and bright too. Michelle Obama’s favorite flowers are pink roses and gorgeous hydrangeas, which are available in an assortment of colors. absolutely fitting for the character of her. Pink roses are recognized to symbolize femininity, refinement, and elegance, while hydrangeas represent beauty, gratitude, and grace.

White roses nestled in beautiful hydrangea is an excellent arrangement to make anyone shine.

Shine On