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Discover the meaning behind your favorite rose colour

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Valentine’s day is almost here, and for sure one of the most popular gifts for ladies this season would be giving them a bouquet of lovely roses. But guys – did you know that each color of the rose that you give has a meaning behind it?

Here are the symbolisms behind the colors of the roses with photos of lovely bouquets prepared by Petals by Carmille, one of Dubai’s go-to places to get your gifts for your loved one.

Red Roses

The most common, yet the most romantic and iconic of all colours, Red Roses signify love, romance, beauty, and perfection.

Pink Roses

Giving your special someone Pink Roses gives feelings of joy, sweetness, happiness, and gracefulness.

Yellow Roses

With its bright and sunny colors, Yellow Roses symbolize feelings of being cheerful, joyful, and it also boosts your friendship.

Orange Roses

The colors of fiery excitement that Orange Roses provide signify enthusiasm, energy, and passion for love.

Blue Roses

People who love the idea of being a secret admirer better opt for Blue Roses as the color evokes feelings of intrigue and mystery and for those who do know each other, it symbolizes a kind of love that never fades, eternal love.

White Roses

The classic color for roses meant for weddings, White Roses signify purity, innocence, and new beginnings.

Peach Roses

Giving an off-pink vibe, these Peach Roses evokes feelings of sincerity, modesty, appreciation, and gratitude.

Preserved Roses

These special roses, no matter which color, adds a deeper meaning with the initial color of the rose as it signifies a love that stays loyal beyond borders, oceans, and miles. Perfect for those with Long Distance Relationships!

Bonus: Numbers matter!

One Rose: Simple way to say ‘Thanks for the love.’.

Two Roses: Add another rose and entwine it together to say: ‘Marry me.’

Six Roses: Receiving half a dozen roses mean: ‘I cherish you’.

Twelve Roses: A dozen roses assure a person’s sincere love” ‘I’m truly, madly, and deeply in love with you’.

Petals by Carmille is located at Al Ghurair Centre in Deira. Shoppers can also get their favorite flowers and gifts at their website at: https://petalsbycarmille.com/

 

 

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