In a variety of shades, Flowers arrive.
You may possibly show roses in all rainbow
colors, from red to purple, from white to pink.
We're sure that with such variation sometimes you're
totally in the dark that you need to offer.
To read more about the meaning of
rose colors, we have put together this guide.
Go ahead and adapt your
rose colors to your gift occasion!
Red Roses Mean “I Love You”
"I love you," like a stunning
bouquet of red flowers, means nothing.
We all know that red roses are the eternal sign of
love from movies and famous novels. But the significance is far deeper.
The purpose of the red rose is the layered affection.
The red color evokes an excitement and sensuous reaction in
the human brain and is thus connected to colder, romantic connections.
You will also bring a more layer to the sense of your gift with the rose stems you pick.
When are you going to send a rose red?
- First dates: A small bouquet of red roses will woo your heart and earn
your good graces if you want to make a perfect first impression on your sweetheart.
- Romantic Getaway: to prepare for
the special person for a romantic weekend?
Surprise you with a red rose
posy, which you give to the hotel.
- Wedding anniversary: a gift of red roses is still
fitting if you mark your First or 10th wedding anniversary.
Premium long-stemmed roses wrapped elegantly in a gift box or sitting pretty in
a bouquet are sure to bring a romantic touch to your anniversary date night.
- Valentine's Day: it is not rare as the most romantic
day of the year that the red rose is the most requested.
Send one single tree for 'I Love You,' or a
dozen roses for the issue you know they're looking forward to!
Yellow Roses Mean “Congratulations!”
Yellow stands for all that is happy and
wonderful about life, the universe, and anyone extraordinary.
There are many positive moments that crop up suddenly, and it is these lovely
times of the year that put yellow roses to the fore as a complimentary gift.
Gift yellow roses to compliment them
for some of the following accomplishments:
-Graduations: from a high school diploma to a degree won with
hair, sweat and tears, graduation is a day better marked with yellow.
-Promotions: Get a yellow post or arrangement sent to their
office after they've been promoted to celebrate a work well done!
-50th Anniversary of the Wedding: focus on the last 50
years of your loved one
Pink Roses Mean “I Care for You”
Pink roses have the
same definition as red roses.
With these beautiful buds you can send a message of love
just as easily, particularly if you have recently formed a relationship.
The pink rose, an emblem of Platonic love, is also a great choice
if you like family or friends with whom you share a special bond.
When should you gift a pink rose?
- Birthdays: when the birthday party comes about or the time has arrived to take your mother out
to eat, the way to say how important it is for you is to send you a pink bouquet.
- 15th anniversary of the wedding:
Rose not just with new blooms.
Celebrate your 15th birthday with a pretty
posy or rose-pink arrangement to mark you.
Valentine's Day: the pink roses are symbolizing the lighter nature of
love, and the red on Valentine's Day, particularly for new couples.
Celebrate or Mourn With White Roses
The pure, innocent and virtuous
white roses symbolize the recipient.
White roses are the rite of transformation, the transition from one time
of life and the other for festive occasions like marriages and weddings.
On a feast day when the motivation isn't so strong,
the white roses offer sympathy or goodbye to a dear man.
White roses should be gifted for:
- Funerals: white roses are not so much
a decoration as a memorial to a burial.
- Hospital visits: Have a posy or arrangement to wish someone
well in their hospital bed with the help of white roses.
Your relaxing influence will
relax your relative or mate.
- Commits: gift of white roses in honor of a married
couple in celebration of new beginnings and to declare a potential marriage.