For many weddings, white roses are the flower of choice. Their meaning of true love attracts many brides to incorporate them in their nuptials. These white flowers carry with them a sense of innocence, purity and new beginnings. The history of white roses for weddings starts with Queen Victoria, using them in her wedding arrangements. Since then, would-be suitors would send bouquets of white roses to their beloved, signifying the start of a courtship.
The white rose also signify honor and loyalty. Which stem from the historical 15th century dueling English kings fighting for the crown – known as “The War of the Roses.” Those who supported the House of York would grow white roses, or pin them on their attire, to show support for their beloved king.
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