Meaning of Colour Roses

Did you know that rose colours have a traditional meaning? You can send arrangements or bouquets using the colours below to send a subtle message or if you are the recipient, use the information to work out what the sender is trying to say.

Rose, Black You are my obsession
Rose, Champagne You are tender and loving
Rose, Leonidas Sweet love
Rose, Nicole You are graceful and elegant, aristocratic
Rose, Orange You are my secret love
Rose, Pink Brilliant complexion; the glow of your smile; perfect happiness
Rose, Red Passionate love; I love you
Rose, Single Stems Simplicity
Rose, White I am worthy of you; spiritual love; Innocence & Purity; Secrecy & Silence
Rose, White & Red We are inseparable
Rose, White & Red Mixed Unity; Flower emblem of England
Rose, White, Dried Death is preferable to loss of virtue
Rose, Yellow Friendship; Jealousy; I am not worthy
Rose, Bridal Happy Love
Rose, Dark Crimson Mourning
Rose, Hibiscus Delicate beauty
Rose, Tea Ill remember always
Rose, Thornless Love at first sight
Roses, Bouquet of Mature Blooms Gratitude