Roses have always been one of the most popular flowers for giving, as well as for weddings.
There are many different colors to choose from, but do you know what each color means? More and more people are looking into the meaning and symbolism of the color of the rose.
Red has always been the most popular choice for roses. They represent romantic love and passion. They can also stand for congratulations, courage and respect.
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White roses have long stood as a symbol of purity and innocence. They also represent reverence and humility, making them a perfect choice for bridal boutiques.
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Pink is the color of appreciation, happiness and romance. Light pink roses show joy and happiness, as well as sympathy and admiration.
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Deep pink roses symbolize appreciation and gratitude. They are the ideal color for saying “Thank you”.
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Lavender roses symbolize love at first sight. They are also used to express a very deep love or enchantment with a certain someone.
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Blue roses represent the unattainable or the impossible, since they only exist in fantasy and not in nature. Blue roses can be created by taking a white rose and dyeing it with food dyes. These roses are often portrayed in art and literature as a symbol of love and prosperity for people who seek it.
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Black roses are actually the darkest red roses and although many believe they symbolize death or saying farewell, they can also convey a positive message regarding a new beginning or rebirth. Like blue roses, a true black roses does not exist in nature, but rather is created using food dyes.
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Yellow roses send the perfect message of friendship. They also symbolize the joy of a new beginning such as being a new mother, a graduate or even recently engaged. They are also commonly used for sending a “Welcome” or “Welcome back” message or simply one that says “I care”.
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Peach/Coral roses send messages of gratitude and sincerity. They are colors of happiness and desire, but they can also be used to convey sympathy.
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Orange roses are associated with warmth, desire, pride and enthusiasm. Bright orange roses show energy and warmth. They are often used to say, “I’m proud of you”.
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