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Different colored roses have different meanings.

  • Red – A red rose is an expression of love. Red Roses usually show deep feelings, like love, longing, or desire. Red Roses can also be used to show respect, admiration, or devotion. A deep red rose can be used to show regret and sorrow. The number of red roses has special meanings symbolizing them. 12 red roses are the most popular of all which means, “Be mine” and “I love you”.
  • Pink – There are a lot of variations of the pink rose. Usually, pink roses are used to express gentle emotions such as admiration, joy and gratitude.

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  • Dark pink – Deep pink rose blooms may mean deep gratitude and appreciation. Dark Pink roses also express elegance and grace.
  • Light pink – Light pink rose blooms are symbols of sweetness and innocence.
  • White – White is the colour of purity and innocence. White roses usually may symbolize a new start, and it is a custom for brides to hold them when she walks down the aisle at her wedding. White roses can be used to show sympathy or humility. They also may be about spiritual things.
  • Yellow – Yellow roses are usually used as an expression of exuberance. Yellow roses show sunny feelings of joy, warmth, and sometimes welcome. They are symbols of friendship and caring. The yellow rose, unlike some of the other roses, does not mean or express any romance.
  • Orange – Orange roses remind most people of a fiery blaze. These fiery blooms are symbols of passion and energy. Orange roses can be used to show desire and pride.
  • Burgundy – The colour of burgundy is a symbol of beauty.
  • Green – Green roses (these are sometimes white roses with shades of green) can symbolize best wishes, luck, and blessings for a good life or recovery of good health.
  • Blue – Blue roses cannot be found in the nature, like Black roses, and so they represent the unattainable or the mysterious. Blue roses therefore show the desire for the goals you cannot reach. They may sometimes mean, “I can’t have you but I can’t stop thinking about you”.
  • Black – Black is the colour of death and farewell. A black roses show the death of a feeling or idea. Sending black roses to someone indicates the death of the relationship, or sometimes it may be used in burials.
  • Purple – A purple rose may show protection, and also a sense of majesty, royalty, and splendour. These roses are used to show adoration.
  • Lavender – A Lavender rose, like its colour, shows enchantment. It also expresses “love at first sight”.

 

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