Colours and Their Meaning on Valentine's Day
Before you choose a beautiful painting for your loved one, we would like to give you some of our color codes that provide the meaning you want to convey to your significant other.
What is the color's meaning? Colors in the red area of the color spectrum are known as warm colors and include red, orange, and yellow. These warm colors evoke feelings of warmth and comfort. They would truly enhance your gift and the message with it. However, don’t neglect colors on the blue side of the spectrum, known as cold colors, as they can communicate the depth and intensity of your emotions.
Red: I love you
The color of assertion, lust, and dominance, red is the symbol of intense possession and affirmation that you Love them, with a capital L, and want to be with them for the rest of your life. This color represents deep passion and respect for your loved ones, which is why it is the most common color on Valentine's Day. If you want to choose red, a scarlet red is the best choice, due to its moderate color intensity.
Pink: I appreciate you
The color of feminity and elegance, pink is the versatile color you want to choose whenever you want to show your loved one your appreciation. Darker pink represents a more intense feeling of gratitude and a mysterious sense of attraction, while lighter pink shows your gentler grace and admiration. Pink is usually associated along with red on Valentine's Day to express love and appreciation towards your love.
Orange: I’m passionate about you
The color of joy, desire, and enthusiasm. Orange also represents joyful admiration and attraction. If you choose orange as the main color for the recipients, you want your love to be passionate, full of elevation, joy, and adventure, and to always go up and never get down. In our painting Couple I, the couple achieves a sense of ecstasy and eternally embraces each other. This painting would be suitable for you if you love to be high on emotion.
Purple: I’m enchanted by you
This is the color of intuition, mysticism, and intensity of emotion. When you choose this color, you like your love life with your significant others to be deep, intuitive, and to have a mutual understanding on the deepest personal level. The use of purple harmonizes two of you, which allows you to become one.
White: We are young and in love
The color of innocence, purity, and truth. You would like your love to be free of guilt, desire, lust as the first day you met each other. When we choose One Heart, we envision the life of your love full of purity, elegance, and serenity, and embrace every moment of your life as it comes by, similar to how white is the combination of all basic colors.
Yellow: I love being friends with you
Love is not only about lovers but also friends. When you choose this color, you appreciate every moment of your friendship, every joy and caring that you give to each other, without any romantic harbor. Unless you have a fear of being friend-zoned, we would love to recommend you the Golden Clue, which represents the value of the love shared between friends.
Peach: Let's make this a memorable Valentines Day
Peach is directly associated with the expression of modesty, earnestly, and innocence. If you are ready to say, “Let’s get together,” with your significant other, peach roses are the ones to choose from, as the rose color symbolizes intimacy.
Red and white together: "We are a great match!"
Finally, what do you do if you would like to express your contentment and joy with the relationship you have with your dearly beloved? Make sure to send a mixed bouquet of red and white roses as they signify unity
You can take our gifting quiz to find the best gift for your valentine! If you want to see more work from our artists, you can visit the page here and their collections. And if you want to know more about our art services, you can always make an appointment with us.
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