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Red roses are universally associated with love and affection. Whether its for a birthday or on Valentine’s Day, there’s no better way to convey your affection with a bouquet of red roses.
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Pink Roses is a versatile gift choice. A bouquet of pink roses are often given as a token of admiration and appreciation.
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White is the color of purity, innocence and chastity. They are called ” Bridal Flowers” as white roses are often associated with new beginnings.
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Blue roses aren’t exactly natural, thus they symbolize mystery and uniqueness. If you want to let someone know they are one-of-a-kind, then a bouquet of blue roses is a good bet.
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This unique hue convey a sense of regal majesty and splendor. Purple roses are often used to express fascination and adoration.
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Yellow roses are a symbol of friendship and care. Sending yellow roses to a friend is a lighthearted and kind way to show them you are thinking of them.
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Cream roses bring on a subtle meaning of thoughtfulness, and are the perfect way to tell someone they are on your mind.
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Peach roses are commonly given as a sign of sincerity and gratitude. Sweet and understated, send these flowers in place of a thank you note to tell people how you really feel.
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Orange reminds us of a fiery blaze. Similarly, orange roses indicates comes with a meaning to match: enthusiasm and passion.
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Black roses are tricky. They symbolize rebirth as well as death and the ending of a feeling. Since it’s impossible to find roses this dark without the help of a florist’s dye, they also carry an air of mystery.
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The kaleidoscope of colours brings an immediate sense of brightness and fun. A bouquet of rainbow rose is perfect for a birthday.