In recognition of Women’s History Month, Louisville’s premier florist at Nanz & Kraft is focusing on some famous women who made a difference in the world and what their favorite flower was. It’s surprising how often a women’s favorite flower perfectly reflects their personality. What does your favorite flower say about you?
Anne Hathaway – Anemones
Anne Hathaway is an amazing actress who’s had plenty of diverse roles. It’s no surprise, then, that her favorite bloom happens to be anemones, which are available in many various colors. Delicate and vibrant, anemones add vitality and brightness wherever they end up – whether in a vase or in a garden. The color of the anemone determines its meaning: white means grace and purity, red refers to love that has been forsaken, and purple symbolizes protection from evil.
Lily of the Valley
Audrey Hepburn – Lily of the Valley
A graceful, fragrant, and delicate beauty, the Lily of the Valley, was known as Audrey Hepburn’s favorite flower. A delicate and graceful beauty herself, Audrey Hepburn was a fashion icon in her day and a talented actor, too. She is also well admired for her humanitarian work in other nations. Symbolizing humility, purity, happiness, and sweetness, the Lily of the Valley perfectly embodies the beautiful Audrey Hepburn.
Michelle Obama – Hydrangeas and Pink Roses
Michelle Obama has passion, grace, and elegance, and they are additional characteristics of her preferred blossoms – hydrangeas and roses. Both roses and hydrangeas are available in an assortment of colors. Romance is symbolized by roses passion, love, and romance and hydrangeas represent abundance, beauty, and grace.