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Valentine’s Day 2020: Know The True Meaning of Roses of different Colors Before Giving Them To Your Loved Ones

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Valentine’s Week begins from 7th February, which is ‘Rose Day’. We consider this day special because the couple expresses their feelings by giving each other a rose flower. In such a situation, if you want to give roses according to your feelings, then know the meaning of different colors.

Valentine's Day 2020

Red rose: This is generally the most popular among young couples. We consider the red rose a symbol of love, but the red rose also signifies sentimentality, longing, and depth of love. So it is best to express your love.

Valentine's Day 2020

Pink Rose: Pink rose is for praising and appreciation. This rose shows grace and belonging. It is also given to express happiness. 

Valentine's Day 2020

Yellow Rose: We consider Yellow rose to be the color of friendship. It shows harmony, happiness, belonging, and truth. So if you want to start a friendship with someone, gift them a yellow rose. 

Valentine's Day 2020

White Rose: We consider White rose as a symbol of purity, peace, and unity. At the same time, it signifies eternal and pure love. In such a situation, if you want to maintain your relationship for a long time, then gift a white rose flower to the partner, hence white flower is the most used in weddings. 

Valentine's Day 2020

Orange Rose: This rose color signifies passion and gratitude. It reflects desire and enthusiasm. You can give an orange rose to your lover as a symbol to bring passion and enthusiasm in your love.

Valentine's Day 2020

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