Flower etiquette dictates that when giving flowers, number matters. And we’re not talking about how much the bouquet costs. When it comes to roses, numbers play a big role. Most people don’t think about it, but it’s something worth considering.
- Send one rose to say that you have been enamored at first sight. A single rose is something that you give to the person who has captured your heart the first time you laid eyes on her.
- When that person expresses the same feelings for you (fingers crossed), you can give her two roses as a symbol of mutual affection.
- Give her three roses when you’re ready to say these three big words: “I love you”.
- But if you’re not in a committed relationship yet but want to become a part of someone’s life, send six roses to say “I want to be yours”.
- Not so sure if you’re really in love? How about seven roses to express your infatuation?
- Planning to take the relationship further? Nine roses are all about saying that you want to be together forever.
- And just to let her know how perfect she truly is, give her ten roses and watch her blush in delight.
- Of course, if you’ve got someone perfect, you have to tell her that you want her to be yours. A dozen bright red roses should do the trick.
- Then again, roses are not only for lovers. Friends can give each other thirteen roses to show that their friendship will last forever.
- And just like many other friendships, yours is bound to experience some bumps on the road too. Say you’re sorry with fifteen roses.
- Why not make it twenty to show that you’re truly and deeply sincere?
- Show your devotion, whether to your friendship or romantic relationship, with twenty-one roses.
- And if you want her to know that she’s constantly in your thoughts 24/7, give her twenty-four red roses.
- Finally, when you’re ready to pop the big question, give her one hundred and eight roses. She’ll surely say “Yes!” to a lifelong commitment with you.
Sure, there are many occasions in between, and there are other meanings behind the roses’ numbers. You could give her a hundred roses or so, but the most important thing is the sincerity of your purpose in sending them.