All flowers can convey emotion, but no other flower symbolizes love quite like the rose. It’s ideal for gift-giving opportunities ranging from Valentine’s Day to that special anniversary, or whenever you wish to express love on any level. Red roses have been a symbol of passion and romantic love for many years, but roses also come in many other colors. Consider this beautiful alternative rose colors for gift-giving this Valentine’s Day:
Yellow roses. The sunny vibe of yellow roses can brighten any relationship. They’re ideal to send to friends, extended family, and colleagues any time of year. Yellow-colored roses exude a caring, joyful spirit as well as genuine warmth and gratitude.
Pink roses. Pink roses bring stylish femininity, class, and elegance; however, their meaning can vary with the shade of pink. Lighter pink exudes grace, refinement, admiration, and elegance, while deeper pinks symbolize genuine warmth and appreciation.
Orange roses. With vibrant hues and warm tones, orange roses exude both sensual desire and true respect. For those who feel both admirations as well as an attraction for that special someone, the orange rose is the perfect way to express affection.
Purple roses. Violet, lilac, and lavender-colored roses bring undeniable magic and enchantment. While darker purples have a majestic, royal, and regal quality, light purple roses have more spiritual energy. Medium purple roses can help you express the intrigue and desire emblematic of a “love at first sight” connection — so why not send your secret crush a bouquet of purple roses this Valentine’s Day?
White Roses. White roses are often connected with wedding ceremonies, new love, purity, and new beginnings. Sending a bouquet of white roses exudes reverence and genuine quality of pure, heartfelt intentions.
Multi-colored roses. Sometimes it’s hard to decide on just one color rose to give; fortunately, you don’t have to. Consider sending a bouquet with a combination of the recipient’s favorite colors. Pink, red and white roses symbolize a unified partnership and commitment. Red, yellow, orange, and pink roses together express exuberance about your relationship.
Roses have long symbolized a loving connection, making them ideal for Valentine’s Day gift-giving. While the love of your life may deserve red roses, don’t stop there; friends, family members, and even colleagues will appreciate the sentiment of different color roses on Valentine’s Day (or whenever you want to show them your appreciation). Contact Griffin’s Floral Design for more ideas or to place your order.