Thursday, September 13, 2007

My mother in love sent me this little thing on roses.
Meaning of Rose Colors
What do different flowers and colors of flowers mean? While difference sources give different meanings to different flowers and colors, all sources seem to agree- red roses are the most romantic flowers of all, and a dozen red roses is the ultimate declaration of love.

The Language of RosesAll roses symbolize love, but different colors have different shades of meaning

Red
romantic love, passion, "I love you," "You are beautiful," "Congratulations"

Deep Red
respect, "I admire you"

White
purity, innocence, "My love for you is deep and pure"

Yellow
joy, friendship, new beginnings, "You are my sunshine," "Welcome back," "I'm sorry," "Let's start again"

Pink
young love, first love, happiness, sweetness, "With you I have perfect happiness," "You are so lovely"

Dark pink
gratitude, "Thank you!"

Peach/Coral
desire, excitement, "You are my heart's desire," "Let's get together"

Purple
faithfulness, passion, "My love for you is true," "You are my passion"

Lavender
love at first sight, "You enchant me."

Red & White
unity, togetherness, "I love only you"

Red & Yellow
"Congratulations!"

Pastels

"I care," "all best wishes

Mixed bouquet
includes the meaning of each color in the bouquet

Rosebuds
young love, innocent love, "you are sweet"

Full-blown roses
engagement, "I am committed to you," "I love you still"


Small bouquet
"I'm thinking of you."

One single rose
"thinking of you," "just because I love you"
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