The symbolism of rose colors is steeped in tradition. Roses inspired people over thousands of years to develop a language of color.
When you choose a color, variety or number of roses for someone, you are personalizing your gift with deeper sentiment.
Rose colors may have very a different meaning from what you intend. Use our guide to help communicate your feelings.
Red-Love, Beauty, Courage and Respect, Romantic Love, Congratulations, "I Love You", "Job Well Done", Sincere Love, Respect, Courage & Passion
Red (Dark)-Unconscious beauty
Red (Single)- "I Love You"
Deep Burgundy-Unconscious Beauty
White-Purity, Innocence, Silence, Secrecy, Reverence, Humility, Youthfulness,
"I am worthy of you", Heavenly
White (Bridal)- Happy love
Pink-Appreciation, "Thank you", Grace, Perfect Happiness, Admiration, Gentleness, "Please Believe Me"
Dark Pink-Appreciation, Gratitude, "Thank You"
Light Pink-Admiration, Sympathy, Gentleness, Grace, Gladness, Joy, Sweetness
Yellow-Joy, Gladness, Friendship, Delight, Promise of a new beginning, Welcome Back, Remember Me, Jealousy, "I care"
Yellow with Red Tip-Friendship, Falling in Love
Orange.- Desire, Enthusiasm
Red and White- Given together, these signify unity
Red and Yellow-Jovial and Happy Feelings
Peach- Appreciation, Closing the deal, Let's get together, Sincerity, Gratitude
Lavender -Love at first sight, Enchantment
Orange-Enthusiasm, Desire, Fascination
Black *Death, Farewell
Blue *The unattainable, the impossible
Single - any color-Simplicity, Gratitude
Red Rosebud-Symbolic of purity and loveliness
White Rosebud-Symbolic of girlhood
Thorn-less Rose-"Love at first sight"
Rose by numbers-:
@A single rose of any color depicts utmost devotion
@Two roses entwined together communicate "Marry me"
@Six Roses signify a need to be loved or cherished
@Eleven roses assure the recipient they are truly and...