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Rose Color Symbolism

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.

Pink Rose Symbolism

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 Symbolism

Pink did have negative connotations way back in ancient Roman mythology. Apollo is said to have turned Rhoanthe into a pink rose when she unfairly tried to become the protectress of women. Pink roses thus came to depict pain, longstanding suffering and death.

Today, however, the color pink is all about happiness, innocence, and joy. Different shades of pink carry their own significance. Dark pink roses symbolize gratitude and appreciation. Light pink roses are associated with gentleness and admiration, and can also be used as an expression of sympathy.