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Posted by Zeidler’s Flowers on February 9, 2015 Flowers

Saying it with Different Color Roses

shutterstock_14492851Flowers help you to speak your mind and your heart without ever having to say a word. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to let all of those special people in your life know how you feel about them.

While deep red roses may be perfect for your romantic partner or true love, you can express appreciation for the other significant people in your life with a range of different color rose choices. Use this guide to select the ideal rose bouquet for everyone you care about this Valentine’s Day:

Sunny yellow roses. The yellow rose emanates a cheerful vibration and sunny warmth from deep within. For a guaranteed way to spread good cheer, genuine emotions and happiness this Valentine’s Day, consider giving a bouquet of yellow roses to those you care about.

Regal purple roses. From violet to lavender to magenta, purple roses symbolize reverence and a commitment to your relationship. However, the medium range of purple tones signify “Love at first sight,” while lighter purple shades have more ethereal, spiritual meanings.

Elegant white roses. White is the color of new beginnings, purity and freshness. It exudes hope and transcendence, but it can also mark remembrance while conveying respect. If you and your partner have just overcome an issue or challenge in your relationship, white roses can help you to forge a new beginning.

Delightful pink roses. Pink roses are uplifting and can express both kindness and admiration. While deep pink expresses deep affection, lighter pinks offer a gentler way to say, “I care about you.” Salmon-pink tones can express gratitude in a sophisticated, elegant manner.

Off-white roses. Cream, ivory or antique-colored roses radiate grace and charm to the recipient. They’re also wonderful accent tones for just about any other color of rose.

Radiant orange roses. Orange exudes positive energy, sensuality and exuberance. If you’re bursting with enthusiasm for your partner or a new love, orange roses can help you to express those rich, joyful feelings. Peach is a more subdued shade of orange that combines class and elegance along with admiration.

Flowers allow you to express yourself without saying a word, and the rose is the iconic flower of Valentine’s Day. While red roses are ideal for deep romantic connections, there’s a full spectrum of rose colors to choose from for everyone else you care about. Use this rose color guide to find the perfect way to say “I love you” this Valentine’s Day, and contact Zeidler’s Florist to place your order.