Bouquet recipe: secret admirer bouquet

Love without words

Does your crush not even know you exist? Are you too shy to express your love? Does the person who gets your heart racing already have a sweetheart? Is it complicated between you? A secret admirer bouquet for your secret lover can help!

Secret admirer bouquet recipe Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk

Beautiful inside and out

For an unforgettable impression, your bouquet is not only very beautiful, but the meaning is spot on. The symbolism of flowers is even more important because you can't write many words on the enclosed card, and you can’t explain the symbolism of the bouquet in words, and you want to stay under cover. Did you know that giving flowers used to be a way of flirting? Orange roses symbolise desire, carnations symbolise passion and romance, callas symbolise beauty and happiness, tulips speak of impetuous love and anemones say 'I want to be with you'. If that is not a clear message, we don’t know what is.

You will need:

  • Rose

  • Carnation

  • Calla lily

  • Tulip

  • Anemone

How to make:

The easiest way is to ask the florist to create a bouquet. With a list of ingredients like this, the florist has all the tools they need to make something beautiful. And you can also add that extra personal touch yourself. Take a look at how to make a biedermeier arrangement or an informal bouquet yourself. At the florist, choose flowers that you like as well as flowers you think your love will like. Don't forget during the process why you want to give this bouquet: to express your love, without revealing who you are.
 

ALSO LOOK AT OUR OTHER BOUQUETS

Has the love situation changed, do you want more inspiration or are you simply curious? Then take a look at our other bouquet recipes for Valentine's Day. Like the True Love Bouquet and the First Date Bouquet.

We wish you a lot of fun and love!