Meaning of Roses



The Rose - The Queen among flowers comes in a variety of colours. What makes it even more intriguing is the fact that each shade of the Rose is symbolic of an occasion and carries a deeper meaning.

The Red rose - the universal emblem of true Love and Romance.

  • From time immemorial the red rose has been hailed as the symbol of unconditional love.
  • Red roses are given to those who you want to show love and passion, people who you have great respect for, and those who have shown great courage.

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The Yellow rose - the symbol of joy, cheer and friendship.

  • These variety of roses make perfect get well soon or cheer up bouquets and are universally popular.
  • Yellow roses express joy, gladness, and friendship.
  • They are also are given to new mothers, newly-weds, and graduates.
  • They're also used as a reminder to a loved one to show that you truly care.


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The Lavender Rose - the symbol of Enchantment and Royalty.

  • Lavender roses show that you have fallen in love with someone from the moment you saw them.
  • They also can be presented to those who you feel are very unique, and those who you feel are enchanting.
  • Purple or Lavender roses have a regal fragrance to them and make bouquets befitting Royalty.

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The Pink Rose - sign of a newly budding romance and charm.

  • Pink roses in general are given to those whom you want to show thankfulness, admiration, and happiness.
  • The different shades of pink can have more exact implications.
  • Deep pink is used for appreciation and gratitude.
  • light pink conveys admiration and sympathy, whereas peach roses are given to show modesty.

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The White Rose - the icon of purity and virtue.

  • The White Rose is regarded as the traditional wedding flower .
  • White being the colour of purity, virtue and chastity- this variety of the rose is symbolic of reverence.
  • White roses are given to those who are innocent, reverent, and pure.
  • They are very commonly used in weddings.
  • White rose bouquets are also presented at funerals and obituaries as a mark of respect.

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The Orange Rose- the symbol of desire and celebration.

  • Orange roses are midway in meaning between Yellow and Red ones and hence find a place in bouquets meant for felicitation of an achievement one is particularly proud of.
  • Orange roses are especially given to those whom you desire, those you want to get to know better, or those who you are proud of.

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