Shakespeare’s Juliet, the queen of romance, famously said that “a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet”. It might well smell sweet, but will it mean the same thing?
For centuries, roses have been understood to be the most enduring symbol of love. But roses also speak of friendship, of forgiveness, of sympathy and of gratitude. The colour of roses in a bouquet can change its entire meaning.
Our comprehensive guide on the colour of roses and their meaning will help you in selecting the right roses for your bouquet to ensure the perfect gift, every time.
So stop leaving your bouquet to chance. Find the right rose colour for your next gift and find a new and meaningful way to tell someone how you really feel.