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Colourful love

Valentine’s Day is about to blossom. Lovers show their love by presenting greeting cards, gifts, etc. On this list, flowers are at the top.

Everyone feels that flowers are a great way to communicate our love and affection. Chrysanthemum shows friendship, gardenias represent secret love, lilies show chastity and innocence, and primrose shows hatred.

Many flowers represent many things but no other flower shows more meaning than a rose.

Each colour of roses has a special meaning. All roses symbolise love, but certain colour roses symbolise special meaning.

Red roses represent love, respect and courage. Red roses are classic and a popular choice since their message is an unmistakable expression of love. The colour red symbolises enduring romantic love and passion.

Light pink roses show happiness, joy and admiration. If you want to send an expression of gratitude, deep pink roses are perfect because they symbolise appreciation and thankfulness.

 

Yellow roses show joy, gladness. Yellow roses send a message of friendship, gladness and delight. Perfect for the new mother, graduate or newly engaged, the yellow rose sends a message of joy and new beginning.

White roses symbolise purity and secrecy. Giving white roses says that you believe that your intentions are pure and that the recipient is worthy of it.

Bright orange is a colour of warmth and energy and it conveys the desire and fervour that the sender feels for the recipient.

Not only roses, but even dress colours carry messages. Some youngsters shared interesting views about dress code on Valentine’s Day:

Red - Leave me.

Blue - I’m free.

Green - I’m waiting.

Orange - Going to propose.

Pink - Accepted just now.

Black - Proposal rejected.

White - Already booked.

Yellow - Broke up.

Grey - Not interested.

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