February is here and as the month approaches, the frenzy of Valentine’s Day envelops the air. The seven-day affair that leads up to Valentine’s Day, observed on February 14 every year, begins with Rose Day.
On 7th of February, giving rose to people you love has a certain significance – this gesture expresses and communicates feelings of companionship and love to the other person. Not only that, even the rose one chooses to gift has a certain meaning attached to it. Roses of different colours imply different things.
Red rose, as everyone knows, is a sign of love. So, if you are in love and want to express it, you know what to give. When in love, don’t skimp on the roses!
A classic symbol of grace and elegance, the pink rose is often given as a token of admiration and appreciation. They are the gentlest of roses and relay that message through their grace. Whether they’re for your best friend, fiancée or ever-dependable co-worker, a pink rose will create a bright spot in a special someone’s day.
The color yellow stands for friendship. This rose is safe and can easily brighten up one’s day. If you are single, and have a best friend, you better give them this rose.
Orange roses stand for passion and energy. A literal mixture of yellow and red, orange roses are seen as a bridge between friendship symbolized by yellow roses and love represented by red roses. Now, if you have a friend that you really want to be your life partner, you now know what to give that special someone.
White is often considered to be the color of innocence and chastity. White rose, hence, is either used at weddings or is gifted to mark a new beginning. Give this rose to someone that you love purely.
Lavender roses are quite rare to find and they often imply love at first sight. Those who are captivated with feelings of love and adoration can use lavender rose to express their feelings.
And to everyone, Happy Rose Day!!!