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Sentiments that the colors of roses are meant to convey

Roses are a popular gift on Valentine’s Day. When accompanied by a box of chocolates, a bouquet of long-stemmed roses is sure to make a sweetheart smile on February 14.

Sentiments that the colors of roses are meant to convey. Roses are a popular gift on Valentine's Day. When accompanied by a box of chocolates, a bouquet of long-stemmed roses is sure to make a sweetheart smile on February 14.
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Few people may know that the color of a rose is meant to convey a certain message. As a result, even the most head-over-heels-in-love man or woman may not be saying what they mean to say when giving roses. If that special someone has a favorite color of rose, then it might be wise to give that color regardless of what tradition suggests. But when sweethearts have no such preferences, it might be best to keep this guide, courtesy of ProFlowers®, in mind.

Red

Red roses say “I love you.” Red is symbolic of love, especially romantic love. Red also symbolizes beauty, courage and respect.

Pink

Pink is a popular color on Valentine’s Day, but sweethearts should know that pink roses say “Thank you,” which makes them a better choice for friends than lovers.

White

White roses say “I am the one for you.” White symbolizes true love, purity, innocence, reverence, humility, youthfulness, sympathy, spirituality and charm.

Yellow

Yellow roses say “We’re friends and I care about you.” Joy, gladness, friendship, delight, and remembrance are just a few of the sentiments yellow conveys.

Yellow with Red Tip

Yellow roses may be best for friends, but yellow roses with red tips say “I’m falling in love with you.”

Orange or Coral

Another awe-inspiring color, orange or coral roses say “I want you in my life.” This color indicates desire, enthusiasm and fascination.

Red and white together

A mixed bouquet of red and white roses says “We are a great match.”

Peach

Peach symbolizes intimacy, telling a lover, “Let’s make this a memorable Valentine’s Day.”

Black

Death, End of a Relationship, or Obsession.

Different color roses say different things, meaning Valentine’s Day celebrants can find a rose to convey any message they hope to send this February 14.

If that special someone has a favorite color of rose, then it might be wise to give that color regardless of what tradition suggests. But when sweethearts have no such preferences, it might be best to keep this guide, courtesy of ProFlowers®, in mind.

Compliments of ProFlowers® and Metro Creative #TF192701

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.

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