Choosing Valentines day roses- flower bouquet or single rose?


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Choosing Valentines day roses- flower bouquet or single rose?

  1. 1. Choosing Valent ines Day Roses: Flower Bouquet or Single Rose?
  2. 2. Red roses are the classic most romantic Valentines Day roses. They are one of the most - if not the most - popular symbols of love. Millions of red roses are sent every Valentine's day, but have you ever wondered whether the message conveyed differs depending on the number of roses?
  3. 3. It is said that when you give a flower bouquet of roses, it means you really really love them. And it is easy enough to associate a single red rose with stinginess. While 'many' often leaves a lasting impression, 'simple' conveys an elegant statement. A voluminous 100rose flower bouquet looks spectacular and beautiful, but the beauty of a single red rose is its simplicity in expressing oneness, eternal devotion and sincere love. A single red rose says "There is no one else but you" like nothing else.
  4. 4. When we think of a bouquet of roses, it is customary to think of this as one dozen. The number 12 is often used to represent a complete cycle. 12 recurs in the 12 hours of the clock; the 12 signs of the zodiac; there are normally 12 pairs of ribs in the human body; the Chinese use a 12-year-cycle for time-reckoning; in Judaism, 12 signifies the age a girl matures; 12 Olympians were the principal gods of the pantheon in ancient Greek religion.
  5. 5. This significance of the number 12 in the numerous aspects of nature, religion, philosophy and mythological traditions give 12 a universal sacred and mystical quality that influences the significance of a dozen roses. A dozen roses adds richness to the underlying message... of complete and true love.
  6. 6. Of course, a flower bouquet is not limited to a dozen. A rose flower bouquet can be a limitless number of roses. Before you try impressing someone, make sure you know the meaning of the number of roses you give.
  7. 7. While bigger often means better, red roses - whatever quantity - will remain the perfect way to say "I Love You" during Valentine's Day. No man can go wrong with this. A single but elegant long-stemmed rose will be just as well received as a more flamboyant flower bouquet; it's the thought that counts!
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