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Light pink roses have different meanings depending on what shade of pink the roses are.  Darker shades of light pink roses symbolise feelings of gratitude and respect, while presenting someone with a softer shade of light pink roses conveys the meaning of sympathy. There is something so sweet, elegant and unique about pink roses, and the receiver of a dozen pink roses will feel special and appreciated.

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About Pink Roses: The pink rose is most widely associated with grace and gentility. A pink rose says that you appreciate the beauty, refinement, and grace in a person. Pink is also the color of happiness, fun, and joy, and is commonly found in bridal bouquets and bowers. Pink rose bouquets can be gifted for birthdays, anniversaries, and occasions to celebrate an accomplishment. The pink rose is also a wonderful way to say "thank you," and to express feelings as warm as the color itself. It connotes sweet thoughts and gentle emotions, and suggests affections that could turn into deeper love. The gentleness of the pink rose petals suggests an innocent love that has not yet blossomed into burning desire.

Pink Rose Care Tips: Our roses are packaged with extra care and shipped overnight via fed ex to arrive in bud form to maximize bloom time. You roses may enjoy a vase life of between 5-8 days if properly care for. Following the care tips mentioned below will significantly increase the vase life of you red rose bouquet by up to 50%.

  • Cut the band securing the stems and remove your rose flowers from the box immediately upon
  • Remove all the outer guard petals left on to protect you red roses during shipment
  • Remove all the leaves that fall below the water line to prevent bacteria build up
  • Cut the stems of your red rose bouquet 1 inch under running water
  • Place your red roses in a vase filled 3/4th with luke warm water and packet of floral food
  • Keep your red roses away from drafts, direct sunlight and excessive heat or cold.
  • Red roses are heavy drinkers so add fresh water daily and re-cut the stems every three to four days