The Versatility of a Rose
by Justin Grover
The rose is one of the most beautiful and stunning flowers of all. This quality also makes it a very versatile flower. The rose can be used in so many different situations. It can be given as a gift or used as a decoration. It is beautiful by itself and when combined with other flowers. The rose can be used at a wedding or for Valentines Day or it can be given as a flower. There are also many colors of roses for red to white roses to pink to yellow ones. Each is used differently and is beautiful in it own respect. Below you will find some suggestions on how to make different types of roses meaningful.
The Rose as a Flower
A rose works well as a flower. What I mean by this is that a rose can be used to decorate just any flower would be. It be combined with other types of flowers in arrangement, or it can be displayed singly. The rose has the ability to enhance almost any flower arrangement that it is in.
A Valentine Rose
Valentines Day has long been centered around the rose. A Rose can express your emotions to that special someone almost as well as your words. It shows that you care about that person and that they are important in your life. However, the delivery of the red roses can make their impact go a lot farther. For example think how impressive it would be to buy a dozen and a half roses and give your sweetheart one every waking hour of that day. Or imagine how you could make that special someone swoon when you buy a bouquet of rose, a vase and some rose pedals then put the roses in a vase on the table and sprinkle the pedal all over the table. Giving and effective Valentines Day rose takes little thought but is well worth the effort.
A Wedding Rose
At a wedding a rose has been the flower of choice. There are so many places that the rose can be used. Some people use roses as center pieces for the tables or sprinkle roses on the table where the guest book is. Some people use them in their bouquets. There are thousands of ways to us a rose at a wedding. One of my favorite was it to have a rose embossed with the names of the couple. However, you decide to use a rose at a wedding just remember that the rose is a symbol of love and beauty.
A Yellow Rose
Yellow roses are great for more impersonal gifts. They work great for secretaries, friends, teachers, and co-workers. Yellow is a symbol of friendship and trust however, it doesn’t have the connotation of love like red roses do. Yellow roses also mix well with other flowers; they look great in a bouquet. You can also give them at special events like birthday flowers and graduation gifts.
A Pink Rose
Pink Roses work well as gifts for family members like mothers or grandmothers. They symbolize the kind of love that exists between a mother and a father. Pink roses are best given in small number of about three or four at a time. Babies breathe and some greenery goes a long way at making them beautiful.
There are so many ways to use roses that it can almost be mind boggling. Just remember that there aren’t any rose police around so your creativity and taste are the only limits to the ways that you can use roses.
About the Author
Justin Grover is a Client Account Specialist for 10x Marketing. You can buy a Romantic Bouquet of personalized roses from Speaking Roses
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