So, for example, it is preferable to give a bouquet in light, delicate shades to a little girl or a very young teenager. It can be pale pink, light lilac, pastel yellow flowers. Also, as a rule, in bouquets for little birthday girls, it is customary to avoid large buds, preferring smaller and delicate inflorescences — hydrangeas or a baby breathe flower. An exception can be sunflower bouquets birthday — their large inflorescences are appropriate as a gift even for the smallest birthday girls.
You can give older girls and young women brighter flowers, or you can add more vivid large buds to the bouquets of the previous plan — for example, tulips, roses, peonies.
Adult women are presented with flowers and bouquets of rich colors: orange, red, juicy pink, bright yellow, deep purple.
Naturally, all these rules and traditions can be violated if you are close to the birthday girl and know her tastes very well — for example, a birthday bouquet for mom. If your mom is crazy about light, almost white flowers, you don't have to pick up a bouquet of red roses for her. The same goes for close friends, sisters, daughters. The rules described above are more suitable for distant relatives, relatives of a husband or wife, cousins.
Bouquets are usually selected in relatively neutral colors for female colleagues and bosses, avoiding too dark or white shades. The optimal color for the boss's bouquet is orange. Orange symbolizes success, independence, creativity.
As for colleagues, girls can give each other bouquets of almost any shade. For guys, it is better to avoid presenting bouquets with red or pink flowers to their female colleagues. It can be misunderstood and taken as a hint of flirting. Give your impression of preference to beige, yellow, lilac, blue shades.