Gold and Platinum Trimmed Roses are a traditional gift given on Valentine's Day, but they're certain to be well received any time of the year. Before you buy roses, know what message you're sending.
The color of a rose can have a very different meaning from what you intend. Whether you are giving a single
rose or are giving a bouquet of roses, there is an inherent message to the symbolism. To ensure that your love understands what the particular roses that you bestow mean, you'll want to check the following guide to rose colors and their meanings.
Red Roses: Red roses proclaim "I love you". They are the ultimate symbol or romantic love and enduring passion. Since it is not that easy to express your feelings truly, it also stands for honesty and courage. It stands for deep passion and longing for the person. Florists can't keep up with Valentine's Day demand for red roses, which makes them especially expensive in February. Therefore, Arthur's Jewelers Gold Dipped Roses that last a lifetime are the perfect solution to expensive fresh roses that fade and die in a matter of days. If the message "I love you", is the message you want to convey, no other rose color will do.
Dark Red Roses: If you wish to make someone aware of the fact that they are naturally and most unconsciously beautiful, give them a dark red rose. If you receive this color of a rose, take it as a strong compliment, after all, not everyone can look beautiful without even trying, right?
Yellow Roses: Yellow roses indicate friendship, freedom, respect, and joy; therefore, don't give them if your intentions are romantic and long-lasting as you could actually be sending the wrong message. Yellow roses are also appropriate for sending congratulations to newlyweds, graduates, Texans ( the Yellow Rose of Texas), and new mothers.
Pink Roses: Pink roses connote grace gentleness, and gratitude. Deep pink roses say "Thank you"; they have also come to be associated with the fight against breast cancer.
Purple and Lilac Roses: Giving the purple or lilac colored rose indicated the sender has fallen in love at first sight with the recipient and is enchanted. If you are receiving a dark purple rose, understand that they have fallen in love with you at first sight; it is given to express that your presence is as enchanting as an angel.
White Roses: The white roses symbolizes truth, innocence and purity. If a rose is white, it stands for peace and purity. If you wish to mend your ways and reconcile a fight, give the person a white rose. Not only does the sight of a white rose make one smile, it also gives the message of reconciliation. They also send other messages like, 'I love you" and "you're heavenly".
Blue Rose: A blue rose is given to show support and faith. Like, when a person is setting out on a new and adventurous journey, they are given blue roses, to wish them the best of luck and to show support. Blue colored roses also make good gifts for newlyweds because of their rose color and meanings, as they are embarking upon an adventurous journey into married life!
Orange and Coral Rose: An orange rose stands for fascination, desire, and enthusiasm. Giving someone an orange rose, displays that you find them interesting. Coral roses express one thing with their passionate color: Desire.
Combined Rose Colors:
Both a white rose and and yellow rose given together is a symbol of harmony.
Both a red rose and a yellow rose given together is a message of happiness and celebration.
Both a red rose and a white rose given is an indication of bonding and harmony; it helps the receiver know that the giver wants to establish camaraderie between the two of you.
Two Roses Entwined: Two roses of any color entwined symbolizes an engagement or marriage in imminent. If you want to propose marriage to your lady love, the most romantic way of doing it would be to entwine two different colored roses. Any color, other than black, would do for this. Women would love this act of romance. But again, make sure she reads this article before you try this method to propose.
Bouquet of Roses: A bouquet of many roses shows intense attraction.
Rose color meanings have a very vital role to play in their importance. While the name of the rose may have little importance, it's color is quite the opposite as it is very important in expressing emotions. No one can deny the beauty of a single, long-stemmed Gold or Platinum Trimmed Rose, whatever its color may be. You may find all the above colored roses, that will last for decades, at the award winning Arthur's Jewelers, a 27 year family owned jeweler in Roseville.