During the Victoria Era flowers were often used to send subtle messages to others. Dictionaries were created to associate flowers with sentiments and the language of flowers came into being.
Victorians often exchanged small "talking bouquets," called nosegays or tussie-mussies (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tussie-mussies). Traditionally composed of fragrant herbs held tightly together in a circular design with a single flower in the center.
We'll each be making a tussie-mussie and perhaps a pressed flower bookmark after we've learned a bit of "floral vocabulary"
Hope to see you there.
P.S. Sending someone a cosmos flower (shown below) would be a way to wish them joy in love and life.