What Does A White Rose Stand For?


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The white rose represents innocence and purity, and are traditionally associated with marriages and new beginnings. The white rose is also a symbol of honor and reverence and humility.

In Wales, white roses are seen to mean innocence and silence, and are often placed on the grave of a young child.
White rose arrangements are often used as an expression of remembrance.
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My wife says that the white rose reminds her to never give up because every day is a new beginning.
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terry rossignol
terry rossignol commented
she is right!!!! thanks!!!!
Anonymous commented
When I was child and went to church regularly, we wore red roses to represent our Mother, symbolizing the red meant she was alive. After my grandparents died my parents wore a white rose symbolizing that their Mothers were deceased. Oh this was on Mothers Day.
Steve commented
We used to do something similar to that. Red roses for the mothers, white for the older mothers/grandmothers and pink for the youngest mothers.

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