Happy rose day

Rose Day: 1st Day of the Valentine’s Week

2 years ago

It is the second week of February and Valentine’s week begins with Rose day on February 7, followed by Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day and, finally, Valentine’s Day.

Why is Rose Day celebrated?

As the name says, the rose day is celebrated to give roses to loved ones and conveying true feelings to the person. As you look at the word ‘rose’, if we rearrange the letters the word will become ‘Eros’, which is known as  God of love. Valentine’s Week begins with this day where people gift roses as a symbol of love. Giving a rose is the perfect way to express your love. It is not important to gift only red roses but there are other options also like white, lavender, yellow and pink.

Different Roses: Different Meaning

Red rose

Red rose is the most popular.  Red roses are associated with romance, intense emotions, and passion.

Yellow rose

The yellow rose signifies friendship, it is a perfect choice to gift your friends. So if you want to tell your friends that they have added more joy to your life give them a yellow rose.

White rose

White is the color of peace, unity, and purity. This rose signifies the beginning of a new love story.

Pink rose

Pink roses are given to express your gratefulness to the person. You can gift pink roses to your parents, mentor, teacher, sibling or even a stranger to whom you are thankful for something. This rose is also known as a token of appreciation and admiration.

Lavender rose

Have you fallen in love at first sight?  Give lavender Rose to the special person.

So, if you want to convey your feelings to someone special, give them a bunch of exquisite rose along with a beautiful message that can add a spark.

Happy Rose Day!

Shruti Jain

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