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Daffodil 3D Cut Pop up Cards - Meaning and Symbolism

By Popup Cut on May 30, 2023

Daffodils flowers symbolize new beginnings, rebirth and the arrival of spring. The ancient Greeks associated the flower with self-love, while in Victorian England, daffodils were given as gifts to express admiration and respect.

As a spring flower and the first to bloom, daffodils are symbols of rebirth and hope. They signify new life and resilience, as they are strong little survivors who have weathered the winter storms.

Daffodils’ cheerful bright yellow and white colors are a symbol of positivity. They are a happy flower that signifies joy, and an appreciation for being alive. Although these flowers come in other shades, their yellow and white colors are far better known.

The American Cancer Society uses daffodils as its symbol, as these flowers are ones of hope and rebirth. They symbolize hope for a cure in this context, and a sort of rebirth too.

Some cultures believe that daffodils bring wealth. In Wales, it is said that those who see the first daffodil of the season invite wealth for the following 12 months. Similarly, in China, legend states that if a daffodil blooms in your garden on New Year's Day, your house will have good fortune for the rest of the year.

Most cultures celebrate the narcissus as a symbol of hope and joy, which is a big leap from Medieval times when Europeans believed that if a narcissus flower drooped as you looked at it was an omen of death. Another common belief is that giving a single narcissi can bring misfortune - so make sure you play it safe and always send a bunch. Luckily, that's something we can help you with.

On a lighter note, daffodils are given to celebrate 10 years of marriage because they symbolize joy, cheerfulness and happiness. They're also used as a form of payment on the Isles of Scilly, where one is sent to Prince Charles each year to cover the cost of rent for any unattended land.

There aren’t many color variations of daffodil flowers. Most take on one of three colors, which are yellow and white.  

The yellow daffodil is the most common daffodil color flower in existence.  It is seen as a symbol of new beginnings. The daffodil flower is often given as a wedding gift to new weds.

White daffodils symbolize purity. They can also mean a lack of total vanity and possible selfishness. 

Beautifully bright and light, daffodils are the birth flower of the month of March, meaning they’re the perfect flower to give someone who celebrates a March birthday. Outside of this, daffodils are perfect for giving to someone as a birthday bouquet (even if they’re not born in March), as well as for saying congratulations, wishing someone a speedy recovery and simply cheering somebody up.

They’re also perfect for giving to your partner or to someone you know who’s celebrating a 10th wedding anniversary, being that they’re the traditional flower associated with this milestone.

Daffodil Flower 3D cut Popup greeting card meaning expresses the idea of life and fertility. It is the best greeting gift.

This elegant mixed floral bouquet is ready to give a happy spring to your families, friends, or your loved ones.  When the recipient opens this luxury handmade pop up card, a beautiful sculpture will pop out right in front of them, making them go 'wow!'

The 3D Cut pop up card is also a great gift idea when you want to send a voucher with a card, thank you card, Mother's Day card. The recipient can keep it as a keepsake.

If you are looking for a meaningful handmade gift, this flower 3D card will be a great choice for you.

 

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