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2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps
2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps
2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps
2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps
2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps
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2011 Wedding Roses Commemorative Forever First Class Postage Stamps

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Although modern couples plan weddings that reflect each person’s individuality, roses have remained a bridal tradition throughout many generations. Many people feel nothing conveys love better than a rose.

 Suitors introduced the rose as a symbol of love in the Victorian Era. Strict rules of conduct made it impossible for smitten young men to express their emotions verbally. A “language of flowers” developed, which allowed lovers to communicate sentiments by the type, color, and number of flowers they gave one another. 

 
The gift of red roses is a declaration of love, while pink roses convey sweetness, grace, and poetic romance. White roses carried on a bride’s wedding day signify eternal love, purity, and innocence.
 
According to tradition, long-stemmed roses are an expression of love and devotion. They represent love that is deep and long-lasting. Because the number twelve represents a complete cycle, a dozen roses are the symbol of complete love. Since there are 24 hours in a day, two dozen roses signify complete devotion each moment of every day.
 
Regardless of the color or number, a bouquet of roses is a special way to send a message of love.