ROSE COLOURS AND MEANINGS
ROSE COLOURS AND MEANINGS OF ROSES
Of all the flowers in the world, the Rose is one of the most popular flowers to be sent in bouquets, arrangements and foral gifts. It's beauty and fragrance has been written about throughout the ages and it is the most common choice of flower to be sent when a lover wishes to express their deepest desires and devotion. On romantic holidays such as Valentine's Day, the red rose is the most sort after flower and while it is universally known that the red rose signifies passionate love, there are a number of different meanings for the different colours and varieties of roses.
When you consider the colour, number of roses and variety, you're floral gift will mean much more to the special recipient. Blue Mountains Blossoms Florist has compiled a list of the most popular rose colours and their meanings, so you'll be able to choose the right rose and colour to convey your sentiments, thoughts and love.
Colours are not the only way you can express yourself and send a message full of meaning. You can convey your feelings when you send different roses, buds or if the number of roses vary. For example, a closed red bud is symbolic of purity and loveliness. A thornless rose can be sent to show your adoration for someone you've just met.
A single rose - Symbolises love at first or can be given to your soulmate to show "I still love you"
2 Roses - Can be sent to show mutual love and affection "I love you as you love me"
6 Roses - Send six roses to display your infatuation "I am infatuated with you"
12 Roses - A dozen roses to ask "Be Mine"
13 Roses - Sent to show an ever lasting "friendship"
15 Roses - Make an apology with 15 roses "I'm Sorry"
24 Roses - Two dozen roses symbolise "I am always yours"
25 Roses - Send 25 roses to congratulation someone on their acheivement "Congratulations"
36 Roses - 3 dozen roses to symbolise "Head over heels in love with you"
50 or more - For a love that has no end, "everlasting love" send a bouquet filled with 50 (or more) elegant roses