11 x 15 cm greeting card with kraft envelope
Cards are blank inside for your own message
We invite you to express your feelings by wearing and giving flowers. According to the Victoria language of flowers:
Iris says 'Your Friendship Means So Much to Me'
Sweet Pea is for goodbye and says 'Thank you for a lovely time'.
Azalea says Take Care of Yourself
Red Rose says 'I love you'
White Camellia means 'You're Adorable'
Purple Hyacinth says ' I Am Sorry'
Artwork by Mitchell & Dent
Photo Credit: Jordan Fyfe
LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS | SET OF SIX GREETING CARDS
- These six flower + meaning card designs and are mementos from The Language of Flowers Project designed by Western Australian creatives Marina Lommerse, Hayley Curnow, Jess Richardson, Thomas Rowe, Angela Mitchell, Leah Dent, Jack Holmes, Paul Gray.
The Language of Flowers Project, an urban installation incorporating performance, spatial design and lasting mementos, was part of the PUBLIC2016 festival of art and ideas in Claremont, Western Australia. During the Victorian Era, floriography, the use or arrangement of flowers became a way to express coded messages that Victorian etiquette held too delicate or intimate to express directly. The installation engages the public in the art of floriography, providing a memorable landscape in which to play, learn and delight.