Rosy Valentine’s Day Tea

A Rosy Valentine Afternoon TeaThe Victorians were fond of flowers, especially the genus Rosa. In an age when every flower had a meaning, different hues of roses were used to communicate various sentiments. Yellow roses symbolized friendship and caring, and red roses were an unmistakable expression of love. Pale-pink roses, like the ones used here, expressed the gentle emotions of innocence and admiration, while deep-pink blooms conveyed deep gratitude and appreciation. For your own version of our Rosy Valentine Afternoon Tea, choose the flowers that communicate what you’d like to say. 

For instructions on how to make our rosette napkin, visit our helpful step-by-step tutorial to recreate this beautiful look.

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