Whatever you do, don’t send your S.O. yellow roses.
You’ve probably heard that “a rose is a rose is a rose,” but the Victorians beg to differ. The language of flowers first gained popularity in the mid-1800s, and flower meanings still carry weight today. Follow this guide to pick the Valentine’s Day blooms that best sum up how you really feel about your loved one.
For example, white roses are generally associated with marriage and spirituality but they actually mean “a heart unacquainted with love.” You might want to wait to send those for a more somber moment versus sending them to the one you love! If you pick the vibrant, deep orange rose, you are conveying a vibe of enthusiasm and passion. Whatever you choose, find out the meaning here so your beloved will get a sense of your true feelings…[READ MORE]