Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Rose is a Rose is a Rose, is a Rose!

Ever wonder what the color of roses mean? Yes, the colors do have meaning! Now, whether or not your guy knew that the last time he ordered up a bouquet for you, that's another story! But each color of rose DOES have its own symbolism. So, I wonder...if the giver doesn't realize there is meaning in the color of roses chosen, do they still carry that meaning?...hhhmmm...what do you think?
Red—true love
White—purity and innocence, new beginnings, honor and reverence
Pink—happiness, admiration, and appreciation
Dark pink—gratitude
Yellow—joy and friendship
Orange-passion and romance
Deep red or burgundy—beauty
Lavender-enchantment, love at first sight
Black—death or rebirth

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