Colors of Roses Have Meaning, so You Better Know before Buying
Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Now is crunch time. Check that list. Make sure everything is set.
If you're the true romantic, flowers will be included. As you head to the floral department, roses have to be on your mind.
Now, look at all the colors to choose from. They're all pretty, so should you pick a special color?
The answer is yes. It depends on the message you want to send to the person you are giving them to.
Let's get to know our roses:
- Red - Long associated with beauty and perfection, red roses are a time-honored way to say “I love you.” There’s no better way than a bouquet of red roses to express your feelings.
- Pink - A classic symbol of grace and elegance, the pink rose is often given as a token of admiration and appreciation.
- White - Traditionally associated with marriages and new beginnings, but their quiet beauty has also made them a gesture of remembrance. A bouquet of white rose is a perfect way to say, “I’m thinking of you.”
- Orange - With their blazing energy, orange roses are the wild child of the rose family. Whatever feelings you might be bubbling over with, orange roses will get the message across with both punch and elegance.
- Yellow - When it comes to sending a joyful message, yellow roses are your best friend. In fact, yellow roses are a traditional symbol of friendship. A bouquet of yellow roses tends to light up the room, making them a perfect way to say thanks, get well, congratulations or just, “Hey, thanks for being you.”