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White roses often represent purity, innocence and youthfulness. White roses are sometimes referred to as bridal roses because of their association with young love and eternal loyalty. White roses can also symbolize a new beginning and everlasting love.
Red roses are often considered the universal symbol of love. In most places around the world, everyone knows that receiving red roses—whether it’s one or a dozen—is how you say “I love you.” This rose color meaning conveys deep affection, such as desire or longing for your significant other.
Different shades of red signify different degrees of affection. For example, the typical bright red rose indicates romance, whereas a more burgundy shade suggests your feelings have not yet been revealed.
Pink roses symbolize gratitude, grace, and joy. Overall, pink roses suggest a gentleness compared to the typical bright red rose. They are seen as a token of admiration when given to someone.
Just like with red roses, pink’s varying shades all have different rose color meanings. A dark pink is a way of saying thank you for showing your appreciation, whereas a pale pink indicates gentleness, especially when given for more sympathetic occasions. A medium pink rose can be used for all sorts of occasions, whether someone is grieving or when you want to say thank you, making it the most versatile of the different shades.
Though purple roses are not nearly as common, they indicate a fascination or adoration. Purple roses are often associated with royalty and splendor and were often given to queens and kings.
As a result, deep purple roses are great flowers to send for a happy occasion or celebration that make the receiver feel particularly special. Lavender roses, by contrast, mean “love at first sight.” Like it’s dark purple counterpart, this sentiment is coupled with a sense of enchantment, but the message is much more direct with lavender roses.
Yellow roses are a symbol of friendship and caring. Never send yellow roses to someone you are romantically interested in, as this suggests you would prefer to stay in the friend zone. In fact, yellow roses are one of the only roses that have no romantic meaning behind them.
Sending yellow roses to a friend is a lighthearted and kind way to show them you were thinking of them. It speaks towards optimism and is not likely to be mistaken as a romantic advance should you send them to a co-worker or friend.
Orange roses indicate enthusiasm and passion, making them a creative substitute for Valentine’s day roses and other holidays when people typically buy red roses. Sending orange roses conveys romance, but not nearly as much as a bouquet of red roses might.
Beyond passion, with its blend of red and yellow, the orange rose can also symbolize a budding romance or one in its early stages, especially if that romance stemmed from a friendship first. This makes orange roses a safe bet for the earlier phases of your relationship, but also offers variety from the red rose for long-term relationships.
Once you know the different rose color meanings, you can confidently send your loved one a bouquet that matches your feelings. Plus, if you’re feeling creative and want to express more than one feeling with your roses, send a bouquet of mixed roses! Just make sure to include the right colors based on how you feel!
Blue, Peach, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow
Black, Pink, White
Blue, Green, Hot Pink, Light Pink, Orange, Purple, Rainbow, White