A guide to the meaning of pink colors
When it comes time to choose your wedding flowers, it can seem like the options are truly endless. From long-stemmed clumps and unique single-stemmed options to lush clumps of many colors and exciting texture, there really is something for everyone. Not to mention the floral decisions you’ll have to make when it comes to centerpieces and even altar decorations. Conclusion: Flowers play a major role in setting the tone and infusing personality into your wedding ceremony and reception.
While popular wedding flowers such as peonies, ranunculus, and lily of the valley are beautiful choices, there is one flower that exudes beauty and has had a sense of romance for centuries. Enter: roses.
“Farm-grown garden roses have individuality because no two flowers are the same,” says Gracie Poulson, owner of Grace Rose Farm. “The ‘garden grown’ look is so popular for weddings, and nothing could be more perfect than fragrant field grown garden roses.”
Meet the expert
Gracie Poulson is the owner and producer behind Grace Rose Farma garden rose farm based in Somis, California.
Whether you choose garden roses or opt for traditional roses, these pretty blooms have meaning. Roses are the original romantic flower symbolizing love. But their meanings go much further than that. From white and yellow to pink and red, each rose color has its own meaning, allowing you to incorporate even more meaning into your wedding day bloom choices.
Curious about what rose colors you should consider incorporating into your big day? Read on for a guide to the meanings of the color pink.