What Do Different Rose Colors Symbolise?
As Valentine’s Day is just a couple of weeks away, we decided to make a colour guide of one of the most preferred flowers for this extremely romantic holiday – the beautiful rose. Roses come in so many colours and each one of them has a very special message to convey to the recipient of the flowers. In order to help you choose the most perfect bouquet for every occasion, we’ve selected the symbolic meanings of the different rose colours so that you are completely aware what message you are bringing along with the flowers.
It is no surprise that the red rose represents love, romance and passion. There is no better way to say “I Love You” than a wonderful bouquet of lavish red roses. Even a single rose signifies sincere romantic feelings. You’ll never go wrong with a flower arrangement made from this traditional symbol of true love!
White rose represents purity, innocence and the unique beauty of a new love. That is why it has become a traditional wedding flower and a very popular addition to bridal and bridesmaids bouquets. White roses are also very suitable to be sent as sympathy flowers as they are associated with virtues and honour.
Pink rose is perfect for expressing appreciation, gratitude and gentleness. It also symbolizes poetic romance, sweetness and happiness. A gift of these beauties is a wonderful way to say “Thank you!”
Yellow roses the traditional symbol of friendship and platonic love. This colour represents joy and cheerfulness, and thus yellow roses are perfect to be sent as “Get well” flowers.
Purple colour is associated with royalty and spirituality. May be this is the reason why people just adore purple roses. These flowers convey a feeling of admiration and are perfect when you want to show her that she is special to you.
We hope that this guide will help you to express your feelings with the right colour. Whether you want to say “Thank you”, “I love you” or just “Thinking of you”, you can always count on roses to convey your message with style!