Valentine’s day is celebrated on February 14th. It has become, in our culture, a day on which we show affection to others. This affection is commonly shown through the giving of chocolates (often in a red heart-shaped box), and/or flowers. Did you know that the color of each rose has a special meaning? Read below to make sure that your gift of roses conveys your intended meaning.
Symbolizes love and romantic affection
Symbolizes friendship, or happiness and good health
Symbolizes passion, enthusiasm, and energy
Symbolizes love and gratitude or thankfulness toward someone
Symbolizes a spiritual nature, or purity
Symbolizes death (not the best choice for a valentine’s bouquet)
Armed with this knowledge you can safely head to the nearest florist and pick out a bouquet that will deliver the proper message to that special someone in your life.