Brighten up somebody's home or office, wish a happy birthday, or show someone you care with these bouquets of colorful roses.
With the gamut of colors that roses come in, they have become the staple flower to give on any occasion. Colorful roses are often mixed together in a variety of bright flowerarrangements, each with their own meanings. These can be given to anyone important in your life, whether that is a close friend, relative, or the love of your life. Colored roses are fantastic accents to any special occasion in someone's life. While individual rose colors have their own meanings, some colors can be mixed together for their own special significance. Other groupings are chosen on the basis of color—for example, while red and white roses together are a symbol of unity, florists may choose to group red, yellow, and orange roses together in an arrangement in order to create a bright bouquet that matches the autumn leaves outside. This means that roses are never out-of-place. Colorful roses can be found at weddings, births, and funerals alike. At weddings, a mixture of red and white roses can symbolize the joining of two families, or yellow and red roses can show everyone the happiness expected in the marriage. Pink and white roses, with their respective meanings of love and new beginnings, is an excellent way to celebrate the arrival of a new baby. Yellow and orange roses laid onto a casket can brighten anyone's gloomy day with their warmth. Roses often appear on caskets in order to remind the bereaved of the beauty that their deceased loved one brought to the world. Colored roses can add life and color to someone's home or office for at least a week, and, while they are available any time of the year, colorful roses are most beautiful and available in the spring, summer, and fall. When ordered in a group of one dozen, roses show your dedication and commitment, while two dozen shows that the recipient is never far from your mind. Order multi-colored roses for any occasion, whether that is to surprise someone you love or to express your sympathy for someone who has recently passed away.