Saint Valentines Day
Saint Valentines Day (also reffered to as Valentines Day) falls on the 14th of February every year.
St Valentines Day is named after two men, Valentine of Rome and Valentine of Terni, both became Christian martyrs and died in the month of February. The Valentines are honored on the 14th of February every Year.
In the United States and other western countries, it is a tradition for couples and lovers to express their love by exchanging love notes and gifts such as chocolates and flowers. It is also common to receive a card, gift or flowers from an admirer on Valentines Day.
Modern Valentine symbols include the heart-shaped boxes of candy or gifts, the figure of the winged Cupid or flowers; red roses being the most popular.
Symbolism of Rose Colors
- Red: love
- Pink: grace, gentle feelings of love
- Dark Pink: gratitude
- Light Pink: admiration, sympathy
- White: innocence, purity, secrecy, friendship, reverence and humility.
- Yellow: Yellow roses generally mean dying love or platonic love.
- Yellow with red tips: Friendship, falling in love
- Orange: passion
- Burgundy: beauty
- Blue: mystery
- Green: calm
- Black: slavish devotion (as a true black rose is impossible to produce)
- Purple: protection (paternal/maternal love)
Saint Valentines Day
Saint Valentines Day falls on the 14th of February every year. Send your girlfriend, boyfriend or loved one a single red rose or a dozen red roses to show her how much you love her. Other Valentines Day ideas include sending fresh flowers with chocolates, champagne, a teddy bear or flowers with ballons. For other great Valentines Day ideas, visit a local florist to see what flowers they have in season for Valentines Day.
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