White roses symbolize eternal love, or give them as well-wishes on a new job.
There’s a reason that brides wear white on their wedding day, because the color represents purity, innocence, and eternity.
This analogy will help you remember that the white roses’ meaning conveys those sentiments.
They can also signify a positive new beginning or everlasting love.
Their representation of eternity make them a popular choice for sympathy flowers.
What is the meaning of A Single White Rose?
The single white rose conveys a strong and deep message of hope, respect, and love. It conveys the purity of that love and deep respect. When a single white rose is given, it not only signals a level of humility but also conveys an everlasting love and devotion between two people.
The intention is one of innocence and honesty, acknowledging the powerful bond between two individuals and their ultimate trust for each other.
What is Flower Language?
Floriography, or the language of flowers, is an elegant and subtle code that was used to express feelings and emotions that the speakers were not willing to vocalize during the Victorian era.
As the language of flowers contained more than just roses, the plants, herbs, and flowers that they’re grouped with can add subtle nuances to their message of innocence and purity.
Today some of the more common meanings for the white rose are purity and youthful innocence.
White rose meaning when combined with other Roses.
The white rose combined with other rose colors can alter and enhance the meanings of both.
- White and yellow roses to gather can indicate harmony
- White and red roses indicate unity and bonding and are very appropriate for weddings.
- While a white rose can indicate truth it can also be implied in a white and red rose combination that the message would be one of true love.