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Posted On: 14 February 2016 11:22 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:55 pm

What do your Valentine’s Day roses mean?

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Giving flowers can be a gift that holds much depth and meaning. Different flowers and their colors carry meanings and significance. Make sure the bouquet you give this Valentine’s Day says how you feel.

Red: “I love you”
Nothing says “I love you” like red roses. Red symbolizes love, beauty, courage, respect, romantic love, and even congratulations.


White: “I am the one for you”
While many send red roses on Valentine’s Day, surprise your Valentine this year with white roses that symbolize true love, purity, innocence, reverence, humility, youthfulness, and charm.


Pink: “Thank you”
Perfect for a friend that you want to honor on Valentine’s Day, pink roses show appreciation, grace, perfect happiness, admiration, gratefulness, and gentleness.


Yellow: “We’re friends and I care about you"
Another way to honor your friendship, yellow stands for joy, gladness, friendship, delight, new beginnings, welcome back, and remembrance.


Yellow with Red Tip: “I’m falling in love with you”
The beautiful sunset roses let that new person in your life know that you want more than friendship—they symbolize falling in love.


Orange/Coral: “I want you in my life”
Orange lets the receiver know that you are passionate about them. The color means desire, enthusiasm, and fascination.


Red and White Together: “We are a great match”
Send a mixed bouquet of red and white roses to your Valentine to signify unity.


Peach: “Let’s make this a milestone Valentine’s Day”
If you are ready to say, “Let's move forward in our relatioship,” peach roses are the ones to choose as the rose color symbolizes intimacy.


So, this Valentine’s Day, make sure you are sending your special someone the right signals with the right Valentine’s Day flowers.

Happy Valentine's Day ILQers and remember: "You don't have to wait for one day to show those you love how much you care."