Pink Roses Meaning
Pink roses come in many shades including blush, salmon, mauve, hot pink, cerise, baby pink and magenta. As opposed to red roses that represent passion, the pink rose expresses joy, affection, pride and gratitude, and symbolizes a gentle romance and beginning of a wonderful relationship. When you combine pink roses and white roses or other white flowers together, your bouquets symbolize youth and innocence, so they are a perfect choice to send to newborn babies or your children. While pink is most commonly associated with femininity, it doesn’t mean that it’s only limited to the females in your life. Pink roses can also mean gentleness and affection, so they are often placed in Sympathy bouquets to honor the deceased. Did you know the color takes its name from the flowering plants called pinks? The name is derived from the frilled edge of the flower, not the color. The verb "to pink" means "to decorate with a perforated or punched pattern”. But in most European languages, pink is called rose or rosa after the rose flower.
Pink Rose Bouquet Delivery
Each arrangement of pink roses is hand-arranged by a local Teleflora florist, ensuring your roses arrive fresh, beautiful and ready to be enjoyed. Same-day flower delivery is available on most flower arrangements, so order your pink roses ahead or place your order before 2:00 PM, Monday - Friday, or 12:00 PM, Saturday or Sunday (in your recipient's time zone) in order to get same-day delivery. No matter what occasion you send pink roses for, whether as a Birthday flower arrangement, Anniversary bouquet, or even as Thinking of You flowers, they’ll be loved and cherished by all who receive them.