Valentine’s Day: What Different Rose Colors Mean
The day of love is coming and flowers are going to be delivered all over this town. But what do they mean? Here is your guide to the flowers that show up at your work on the day of love!
Red: Love and Romance
The red rose represents true love. If you get these ladies he is definitely in love. If he sends you one red rose it literally means "I Love You."
Yellow: Friendship, Joy
Yellow is closely associated with the sun, making these roses excellent for cheering people up. Yellow roses say I like you but you're in the friend zone right now.
Pink: Gratitude, Appreciation
Pink carries with it the connotation of sweetness and romance.
Dark pink roses mean gratitude and appreciation, and are a traditional way to say thank you.
Light pink roses express gentleness and admiration, and are also used to show sympathy.
White: Purity, Innocence
Early tradition used white roses as a symbol for true love, an association which would later become the hallmark of the red rose. Also known as the bridal rose, the white rose is a traditional wedding flower. In this sense, white represents unity, virtue, and the pureness of a new love. You should get these on your wedding day.
Orange: Enthusiasm and Passion
A literal mixture of yellow and red, orange roses were seen as a bridge between friendship symbolized by yellow roses and love represented by red roses. They can be an expression of fascination, or a gift to say 'I'm proud of you.' You might get Orange roses after a major accomplishment.
Lavender: Enchantment, Love at First Sight
The color purple has a traditional association with royalty. If you get these it's his way of letting you know he hold you in high regard. Get ready because he's coming for you!