‘A rose is a rose is a rose!’
The above sentence is written by Gertrude Stein as part of the poem ‘Sacred Emily’ in 1913. FYI, the ‘rose’ in the poem is the name of a person. But if you do a bit research you will not agree to the fact that ‘A rose is a rose is a rose’. In fact, each colour rose is associated with a particular meaning. Valentine’s week begins today, February 7 and concludes on February 14. The entire week is devoted to love and romance. The week begins with Rose Day falling on February 7, followed by Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day and so on. Talking about Rose Day, the day is celebrated by giving roses as a token of love. Well, if you are planning to do the same then hold on. Here’s a complete guide to what different colours of roses signify.
Red Rose – Red rose means ‘LOVE’. The colour stands for love and romance and giving someone a rose means you want to say ‘I Love You!’
White Rose – White stands for innocence, purity, and charm. White rose also means new beginnings.
Yellow Rose – We always believe yellow stands for cheer and joy and the colour is associated with friendship. But according to few theories, giving someone yellow roses can also imply jealousy and infidelity.
Pink Rose – The colour pink stands for elegance and grace. Gifting your loved ones means you admire them.
Peach Rose – Peach roses signifies modesty, sincerity, and gratitude. Want to show your appreciation to someone? Send them peach roses.
Orange Rose – Orange colour indicates excitement and enthusiasm. Giving someone orange rose shows that you are passionate about the relationship.
Burgundy Rose – Burgundy Rose represents ‘unconscious beauty’.
Lavender Rose – This is one of the important colour as it signifies ‘Love at first sight’. It shows your eagerness to take forward your relationship.
Salmon Rose – Salmon rose stands for desire and excitement.
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