Blooms of Every Hue...

Bright Red

Used by many early cultures as decorations during marriage ceremonies, red roses are the traditional symbol for love and romance, and are a way to say "I love you." The red rose has also reflected beauty and perfection.

Royal Blue

Roses cannot produce a blue pigment, which makes this color magical, as well as mysterious. Royal blue expresses mystery and rarity, paired with an imagination and magical outlook on life. This hue is perfect for a unique or exotic individual, always capable of achieving the impossible. Royal blue also represents royal blood or demeanor.

Grey

Gray is a cool, neutral, and balanced color that’s associated with formality and sophistication. Give someone gray roses when you want to send a statement that’s timeless and practical, communicating strength and mystery.

White

White roses represent innocence, truth and new beginnings. Traditionally used in weddings, white roses also figure prominently in other significant celebrations, such as baptisms, graduations and confirmations. White roses also have deep connections to notions of purity and can express remembrance and reverence.

Vibrant

Purple

Purple roses primarily stand for enchantment. The giver of the purple rose seeks to convey that he or she has fallen in love with the recipient at the very first sight. A deep magnetism and charm that makes the recipient almost irresistible is what the purple rose seeks to convey. The purple rose also stands for majesty and luxury, making it a perfect hue to convey luxury to it’s recipient.

Metallic

Gold

When the delicate rose is preserved in gold, it represents both the love that the rose symbolizes and the permanence of the precious metal. Dipping roses in gold preserves the elegance and beauty of a rose forever in a metal that is just as exquisite as the rose itself. It makes a lasting statement of the emotions expressed by giving roses. 

Metallic

Rose Gold

Rose gold, also known as pink gold, represents love. Both warm and flushed, rose gold adds a vintage, old world luxury to any arrangement. Can be used alongside another color or as a full arrangement. It’s the perfect hue for that classic gift.

Soft Pink

As a color, soft pink represents admiration, grace and joy, and, when combined with the universal beauty of a rose, expresses admiration and appreciation. Pale pink roses signify sweetness and grace and are the perfect gift at the beginning of a relationship or romance.

Hot Pink

Pink is the color of tenderness and love. Long associated with softness and femininity, it is said to increase sweetness in one’s life. Hot pink adds a spike of excitement and sexiness to any arrangement. Perfect for the irresistible individual.

Red

Used by many early cultures as decorations during marriage ceremonies, red roses are the traditional symbol for love and romance, and are a way to say "I love you." The red rose has also reflected beauty and perfection.

Baby Blue

Blue roses do not occur naturally. Because scientists have never been able to engineer a rose to bloom in blue, blue roses symbolize mystery and longing to attain the impossible. Some believe that those who hold a blue rose will have their wishes granted. Perfect for gender reveals, baby showers, and spring festivities, baby blue is soft and inviting enough for every occasion.

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