Rose Colors And Meanings
What Do The Color Of Roses Mean
Learn the hidden rose colors and meanings for knowing what to give on that special occasion. Why are red roses the ones to give for Valentine's Day? And why white is the perfect one for a wedding ceremony? Are pink roses suitable to give to a new girlfriend and when is the best to give yellow roses and to whom?
Have you ever thought of the meanings of roses and their colors, and what message each color gives to the recipient? I bet you don't want to give the same bouquet to your mother-in-law that you will will give to your wife for Valentine's Day!
Roses are maybe the most given and received flowers of all times. Have you ever wondered why is this so, and why in particular the red rose is the most coveted one by pretty much all women?
When You're Not Sure What Color Roses To Give For Valentine - How About Some Red Roses?
Red is always in style, most people love the red color and let's face it, a bouquet of beautiful red roses can symbolize lots of great things to people. I say you'll never go wrong with a dozen or so red roses, especially when it comes to love and Valentine's Day
Red is the symbol of love, passion and romance. It's no wonder that red roses are given for such special occasions, whereby the most popular one is the Valentine's Day.
Especially when the romance is new (e.g. spending the first Valentine's Day together, it is customary to give one single red rose. This rose alone has a stronger symbolism than a whole bouquet of red rouses. Nothing says more I Love You than a single rose.
Do You Love Giving Or Receiving Roses?
"Can anyone remember love? It's like trying to summon up the smell of roses in a cellar. You might see a rose, but never the perfume."
Pink roses come in a variety of shades and hues. In fact, they appear to be some of the oldest roses in existence. Even artists of the times gone by have mostly painted pink roses before any other kind.
They have a few different meanings, depending on their shade. Darker ones symbolize appreciation and admiration. Regular pink also means Thank You, gentleness, while lighter shades of pink have an aura of poetic elegance, budding romance and platonic love.
Yellow roses are given as a symbol of joy, happiness, friendship, the promise of new beginnings. Yellow is a very positive color that changes the negative mood to positive very quickly. Yellow roses overall are really uplifting and pretty with their bright, sunny shades that never fail to bring a smile to anyone's lips.
If you have a really good friend, one that you call a true friend, she is the one to give yellow roses to.
Yellow Roses With Red Tip
In general yellow roses with red tips mean new love, falling in love, a budding love, a fresh romance (maybe first love?).
It is when a platonic relationship changes to something else, something sparkly and exciting. Not yet full blown passion, but the hint of something great to come
And he repents in thorns that sleeps in beds of roses.
Orange roses are clear indicators that passion, desire and enthusiasm are in play. This is the next stage after the new romance phase. Here you are allowed to show your passion and your romantic side.
It's not yet a full blown love (hence the roses are orange, not red), but things are slowly getting there. Orange roses bridge the gab between yellow (friendship) and red (love, full blown romance)
White roses symbolize purity, clarity, new beginnings, innocence, humility, something heavenly.
Because of this, white roses are mostly given for weddings and in general for new beginnings, such as engagements. In many countries white roses are also given as remembrance, or placed on the memorials of lovely departed ones. However this doesn't make the white rose a sad one. On the contrary: white is uplifting and should be given on as many occasions as possible
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Lavender roses have something mystical and exotic in their color that makes them truly unique. Enchantment and love at first sight are some of the most popular meanings of these roses.
They are truly visually gorgeous and stunning, and by giving a bouquet (or even a single rose) of this color you will definitely get her attention right away. In the old times lavender (or purple) has been associated with the royal families, with royalty and upper class. So you can also give lavender colored roses to somebody you deeply admire, have strongly fallen in love with at first sight and want to give them a feeling of holding them on a pedestal.
"As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round."