Thursday, July 25, 2013

Roses


Roses and Their Meanings

Roses are known as the traditional and most beloved wedding flower. They become even more beautiful and meaningful to the bride when she knows the meaning behind the flowers in her bouquet!

The red rose is the traditional symbol of love and romance, beauty and perfection.

By Kellee Khalil for Lover.ly While a dozen long-stemmed roses are an iconic symbol of Valentine's Day, we find this flower surprisingly versatile.http://mostweddingflowerideas.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/red-wedding-bouquets-550.jpg
Yellow roses symbolize warmth and happiness.

....The pink rose carries the meaning of joyfulness and appreciation, emotions that are felt at every wedding!

pretty pink tulips#roses at christian dior...Amore rose pretty...   Bouquets of orange roses are symbols of desire and enthusiasm!

http://tyumen.strana-krasoty.ru/images/stories/tyumen_/orange_wedding3.jpgThe white rose is traditionally associated with marriage and new beginnings.

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Lavender roses are used to express feelings of love at first sight.

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