Central Square Florist

Central Square Florist

Posted by Jackie Levine on February 9, 2015 | Last Updated: February 10, 2015 Roses Valentine's Day

The Different Colors of Roses and Their Meanings

Different Colored Roses & Their MeaningsAs Valentine’s Day inches closer and closer, it is crunch time for everyone here at Central Square Florist. It comes as no surprise that roses are our best selling flower for Valentine’s Day. As traditional as the red rose is, all of the different colors of roses have a special meaning, and if you really want to incorporate the “Language of Flowers” into your Valentine’s Day flower choices, you may want to consider something different.

In case you’re at a loss for ideas, we combed through our inventory and came up with some unique suggestions. You don’t have to stick to the traditional red rose, (although we think they’re spectacular,) to use flowers to convey an important message to someone you love.

Long Stem Pink Roses

We let these gorgeous roses speak for themselves. Pink roses symbolize admiration, gratitude, and happiness. They can also express gentleness, grace, loyalty, or sweetness. We have different options, so you can choose from an arrangement with a dozen, 18 or 24 long stemmed pink roses. The symbolism or meaning of different flower colors isn’t the only way that flowers communicate emotions or sentiments. The number of flowers in an arrangement adds to the meaning of the flower color.

Six roses communicate sentiments of love and a need to be cherished. When you give someone a single rose, regardless of the color or variety, you are proving that you are devoted to the recipient.

Send a Double Message with a Bouquet of Two Colors

When the symbolism of one rose color isn’t enough, give your loved one a truly special arrangement – one that combines two rose colors. Our Shades of Pink and Red Roses arrangement is visually beautiful. We chose long stemmed pink roses to symbolize grace, admiration, elegance, loyalty, and appreciation. Then we add long stemmed velvety red roses. That color symbolizes love, desire, courage, and respect. This powerfully symbolic arrangement is sure to convince your loved one of their importance in your life.

A Medley of Assorted Colors

Perhaps you’re feeling confused about choosing the perfect gift for your special Valentine. Your mind is racing. Your heart is full of emotion. If this describes you, there’s a very simple solution to what you perceive as a difficult dilemma. Our elegant bouquet of Long Stem Multi-Colored Roses lets you use the “language of flowers” and their representative colors, to tell your loved one how you really feel – without ever having to say a word.

Our roses are available in 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and even 100! So no matter what colors of roses you pick, Central Square Florist will be sure to make this Valentine’s Day memorable.