Valentine's Day Roses
Roses are in demand every Valentine's Day. It's the most famous flower every February 14.
Roses are already a traditional gift given every Valentine's Day. But, do you know that there's a meaning in each color? Read below, you might be sending a different message than the one you intended.
• red roses proclaim "I love you"
• the ultimate symbol of romantic love and enduring passion
• most popular choice of flower on Valentine's Day which makes them expensive in this month
• red rosebud symbolizes purity and loveliness
• it also means desire, passion, courage, respect, beauty and sincerity
• second to red roses popularity, pure white roses symbolize truth and innocence
• it also send other messages like "I miss you", "you're heavenly" and "I'm worthy of you
• it also represent silence, secrecy, reverence, humility, youthfulness and charm
• a white rosebud symbolizes girlhood
• yellow roses indicate friendship and freedom -- so are not specifically romantic roses
• it either express joy, gladness, delight and congratulations to newlyweds, graduates and new mothers
• it also sends a promise to a new beginning, also "welcome back" and "remember me"
• it also can convey jealousy and caring
• yellow roses with red tips convey friendship and falling in love
Shades of PINK:
In general, pink roses symbolize grace, gentility and happiness and express appreciation and gratitude.
Pale Pink Roses
• Pale pink roses connote grace, gentleness, and gratitude.
Light Pink Roses
• a joy to behold, light pink roses express fun and happiness
• like all pink roses, they also convey admiration and appreciation
Deep Pink Roses
• Deep pink roses say "Thank you."
• it also express appreciation, admiration, sincerity and sympathy
• it have also come to be associated with the fight against breast cancer
Other colors of Roses:
• Lilac roses reveal love at first sight or enchantment.
• peach roses speak of appreciation and gratitude
• it also express admiration or sympathy
• it can also convey sociability and friendship and send the message "let's get together"
• a pale peach rose symbolizes modesty
• coral roses speak of desire and passion
• orange roses communicate enthusiasm, desire and fascination
• it makes an excellent choice for a new relationship that you wish to pursue further
• regardless of the original color, dead roses say "It's over" loud and clear
The number of roses and the combination of its color also says a different message. So before you buy flowers to your friends, loved ones and special someone this Valentine's Day... to avoid misinterpretations or awkward moments make sure that you're sending the correct message based on what you intend.