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What this bouquet signifies:
12 is the number of cosmic infinity and this bouquet reflects that with the quantity represented in red roses. Red in itself is the colour of love and with red roses, themselves the traditional cut flower of fondness, they connote a romance that will never end. This floral arrangement is the traditional way to tell someone you adore them beyond anyone else.
What flowers are in this bouquet?
There’s no greater floral symbol of love than red roses. There are two ways to interpret the meaning of 12 red roses. One is that they symbolise eternal love. Alternatively, it can be seen as an arrangement that symbolises love for each of the 12 months of the year. With one fresh flower to celebrate each month together.
White gypsophila (sometimes known as Baby’s Breath) brings a bubbly, soft feel to the bouquet. Capturing a little of the serenity and purity of your love, as white flowers often do, this snowy bloom also represents unlimited love itself, giving this red rose bouquet even more potency to set pulses racing.
Giving definition to the arrangement is decorative greenery. These striking green leaves add a touch of refreshment and calm to the energetic tones of the red roses, whilst adding a fine touch of contrast in colour.
Why you should give someone this bouquet:
It’s pretty obvious. This is a fantastic bouquet for someone who you love more than anything else. We think it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. However, this rose bouquet could be used it in a snap for any romantic occasion you want to celebrate. It will just as likely make your partner swoon on your anniversary or any day you want to make romantic.
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