"Every rose has its thorn but that shouldn't be a reason to neglect its petals”

Updated: Mar 17, 2019

What’s more classically romantic than roses? 

Roses have long been associated with happy, warm emotions, mainly being love and are often used to express this emotion with partners, family, or even just friends on any occasion. They are admired and sought after by flower enthusiasts all over the world and hopefully you are one of them too!

To kick start this blog, we decided to share the meaning behind the colours of the roses so the next time you would know what your roses symbolises!

Here’s what the colour of the roses symbolises:


It’s probably safe to say there’s no more prevalent or enduring symbol of love and beauty.The classic red rose is often the best choice for expressing your deepest affection for that special someone!


What a delicate colour! For pink roses, it can be used to convey happiness, gracefulness and admiration. It portray a gentleness and sweetness side in which red roses wont be able to express.


Don't you just feel the energy by looking at something bright and yellow? It brings out so much joy and cheerfulness when it comes to yellow roses! Getting yellow roses is to create that warm feeling and thank them for the joy they brought you and the friendship the both of you share.


White are usually associated with innocence, purity, and it is considered to be the colour of perfection.White roses are traditionally used in weddings and can represent new beginnings. As opposed to black, white usually has a positive connotation. It can represent a successful beginning as well. Ohhhh how we adore the colour of white!


This is the colour of “love at first sight” Yup! You got us right! Red Roses ain't gonna steal it's glam. Lavender roses can be just another enchanting way to say, "I love you!" Lavender roses can offer a daily reminder of your love and eagerness to grow your relationship.

Now that we are done with the colours…… do you know that aside from their stunning beauty Rose have other beneficial uses in the world? Think about those rose tea you were sipping on on a Sunday morning….

Crushed Rose petals were used as a food supplement due to it’s high vitamin C content. Hence, sipping on those rose tea during your tea break should be a routine! Its richness in antioxidants and vitamins will keep your body going!

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