The Color of Love
Posted on February 01 2023
A rose by any other word might smell as sweet, but what about a rose of a different color?
Red roses have been an undeniable symbol of Valentine’s Day for decades. Symbolizing love, it’s no wonder February 14th is the red rose’s time to shine! But what about the other, equally beautiful rose colors available on the market today?
Using our color meaning chart, you can unlock the language of flowers and send the perfect message this Valentine’s Day!
Red: Love, Passion, Desire
White: Eternal Loyalty, Everlasting Love, Innocence
Pink: Grace, Admiration, Sweetness
Dark Pink: Gratitude, Appreciation (the darker the shade, the deeper the appreciation)
Lavender: Love at First Sight, Enchantment
Yellow: Joy, Friendship, Remembrance
Yellow with Red tips: Falling in Love
Peach: Let’s Get Together, Sincerity
Orange: Desire, Enthusiasm, Fascination
Black: Change, New Beginnings, Power
Blue: Mystery, Affection, Unattained Love
Green: Stability, Abundance, Peace
Burgundy: Deep Passion, Devotion