The Roses You Send Send a Message
Thinking about sending roses for Valentine’s Day? Here’s what you should send to send the correct message.
Internet flower distributor Teleflora says that the number of roses you send carries a meaning that you never knew. Here’s a guide:
One Rose – Perfect for a first date. It says, “Love at first sight.”
Three Roses – Perfect for a one month anniversary. It represents a shared love.
Six Roses – This represents passion and infatuation.
Ten Roses – This says “Our love is perfect.”
12 Roses – Perfect for Valentine’s Day. It says, “Be mine.”
13 Roses – It may look like you spent the extra money just to show them that you aren’t the generic dozen roses guy, but this one says, “I just want to be friends.”
15 Roses – Eek. This one says, “I’m sorry.”
24 Roses – This one shouts, “I’M YOURS!”
40 Roses – This means your love is truly genuine. It also says, “I have a lot of money.”
Red, dark red, maroon or burgundy roses symbolizes love and beauty.
White roses symbolize innocence, purity and youthfulness, but when they’re in a wedding it means happy love.
Pink and dark pink roses symbolize appreciation, gratitude, gratitude, grace, joy and sweetness.
Yellow roses symbolize joy, friendship, delight and the promise of a new beginning.
A single rose of any color symbolizes simplicity and gratitude.