Wedding roses! Nothing says love like a bouquet of roses.
Roses have long been the symbol of love and given as a gift to show how much you care.
The lover’s red cover bursts open to dozens of red roses with bright green leaves in a fancy white vase. We call this card Wedding Roses, but you could also use it for Mother’s Day, for a Valentine, a lover, a Wedding invitation or Wedding Congratulation, a Birthday card, or anytime you want to express your love and affection.
Red is the color of the passion running through your veins. Yet a bouquet never lasts as long as your love does. Why not give a gift of roses that lasts forever, and can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime? This is one of our most popular and beloved cards. Lasts longer than a live rose, and just as beautiful.
I looked at you as a friend, until I realized I loved you.
The heart has its reasons, of which reason knows nothing.
Nothing says love like a bouquet of roses.
Forever begins today.
The sound of a kiss is not so loud as a canon, but its echo lasts a great deal longer.
The world needs more love and less paperwork.
I will love you forever and a day.
One love, one heart, one destiny.
Love and a red rose can’t be hid.
If love is the answer, could you rephrase the question? ~Lily Tomlin
Prefer red tulips?
What are Wedding Roses?
Brush up on your knowledge of roses with these fun facts.
- The botanical name for the rose is rosa.
- The world’s oldest living rose is thought to be 1000 years old.
- There are no actual black roses. If you see them at a florist shop, they have been dyed.
- Each rose color has a meaning.
- There are over 100 species of the rose.
- Roses are symbols of love, passion and balance.
- Rose fossils date back 35 million years.
- The rose is one of only three flowers that were mentioned in the Bible. The other flowers are lilies and camphire.
- Most species of roses have 5 petals but a few have only four.
- The rose is the national flower of England and India.
- No flower can match the romantic appeal of wedding roses.
- President Ronald Reagan officially made the rose the national flower emblem of the United States on November 20, 1986.