It can be fun to play with the numbers of flowers in your bouquet.
For those men planning on proposing this year, consider two red roses entwined with one another: It's a romantic way of asking her to marry you! It represents a beautiful, fresh love and a pureness of emotion.
It's a way to say "I admire you" or "I appreciate you" (good for girls giving flowers to their boyfriends or husbands! A pink rose bouquet is a way of saying to your girlfriend or wife that being around her is pure bliss.
These are a great choice for expression your appreciation for everything your sweetheart does in your relationship, and for her being there for you.
You may also choose carnations, which have a similar color selection, or a mixed bouquet.
Just be mindful of the colors in the bouquet when you purchase.
The giving of pink roses, for example, is associated with the giver saying "thank you" to the recipient, and the giving of a thornless rose indicates that the giver fell in love at first sight with the recipient.
Knowing the differences in these colors and how the numbers of roses change the meaning helps you to convey your message for any romantic occasion, not just Valentine's Day.
If you like, you may flip through the thumbnail images above.
The captions give information about what the different numbers of flowers represent.
Roses come in many colors and varying shades of the common colors.
Each of these colors (and often their varying shades or variations) represent something different in a relationship.
It is symbolically used in magical rituals relating to fertility because its wavelength increases passionate feelings.