The color of each rose, which are the most popular of all flowers, has its own special meaning that sends a special message to its recipient. They convey a specific meaning that has been used by people of different cultures for centuries. They are used or given at several occasions such as Weddings, Birthdays and Valentine's Day, Corporate gifts, Anniversaries and encouraging wellness just to name a few.
Therefore knowing the meaning of rose colors is important in conveying the correct message that you intent to send the person/s receiving it. Sending the wrong color can convey the wrong meaning. For example, it would be quite fine to send your lover or close family members red roses on Valentine's Day but not to a co-worker, associate or friend. Likewise, knowing the meaning associated with different colored roses will help you to better understand the meaning (message) behind the color choice of roses that are sent to you. Roses are the choice of lovers worldwide and as such, it is the flower of love. Red roses are the universal messengers of love and is often used to symbolize Valentine's Day - a lovers' holiday.
It is important to note that the number of roses along with how they are combined also convey specific meaning (message). So if you want to say something specific to someone such as, I love you, thank you, happy birthday, congratulations, to send the message of trust and loyalty or just to brighten up someone's day and so on, then using the colors of roses is a beautiful way to convey this message. Thus, here are some rose colors that have special meanings that you should find useful.
I love you, Strong love, Passion, Desire, Sincere Love, Inner Beauty, Soul Mates, a Connection Without Words
You are gentle, graceful, lovely, perfect happiness, please believe me, Tenderness, Best Friends and Sweethearts
Dark Pink -
Appreciation, Gratitude, Thank You
Joy, friendship, Freedom
Purity, worthy, You're heavenly, Secrecy and silence, hopes for the Future, Innocence, Purity
Enthusiasm, Energy, eagerness
Green - Harmony, Healing, Finding Balance
Faith, Spirituality, a Bond of the Spirit
Nobility, Courtly Love, Traditional Affection, Love at first sight, Enchantment
Appreciation, Closing of the deal, Let's get together, Sincerity, Gratitude
Pink and White - I will always love you.
Red and Yellow - Congratulations, Jovial and Happy Feelings
Orange and Yellow - Passionate thoughts.
White and Red - Unity, Standing Together
Brown and Beige - Down to Earth, a Great Friend, Trust and Loyalty
The gift of a single flower means that the recipient is special and unique. It can also be represented in a bouquet where all of the bouquet is one color.
Without Thorns - This means the relationship is based on trust and closeness.
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