Roses are most commonly associated with love. As a symbol of the goddess Aphrodite and her great love, Adonis, the rose symbolizes eternal love but may also represent beauty or balance. The number of petals on a rose can... More »

A bouquet of 18 roses symbolizes that the recipient remains beautiful in the eyes of the giver. The number and color of the roses chosen for the nosegay can symbolize different meanings. More »

The red rose most commonly symbolizes love. Red roses are typically associated with romance and are used to portray deep emotions. More »

Depending on the specific culture or spiritual mindset, the peacock symbolizes wisdom, wholeness, dignity, beauty, immortality, patience, kindness, compassion, love, nurturing, good luck, bad luck or renewal. Ancient Chr... More »

In the Bible, wheat is a sign of charity and love. The harvesting of wheat is a sign of advanced love and charity, and the field the wheat grows in is representative of the church. More »

In general, candles symbolize life, love and celebration. Candles can have customized meaning through personalization. They are also commonly used as part of religious ceremonies and holidays, and in each instance, the m... More »

Doves are commonly seen as symbols of peace, love and hope. Some ancient cultures viewed doves as motherly figures that symbolized maternal nature and comfort. More »