In the 1800s Victorians expressed their feelings through flowers. Meaning was assigned to many plants and flowers to symbolize emotions. Something that might not be proper to say in words could be said in flowers.
The meanings and flowers on our glass hearts are based on Kate Greenaway’s Language of Flowers, originally published in 1884. The hearts are 1.75 inches across and about a quarter of an inch thick. They come in pink, lilac and white. Your order includes fifty hearts, fifty sheer heart-shaped pouches, a glass plate, doily and header card. The pouches are attached to the back of the header card. If you prefer, you could place the hearts in the pouches and sell them that way, but the images will not show up as well displaying them without the pouch.
There are fourteen different flowers and meanings. They are all explained on the header card.