Saying “I’m Sorry” with Roses

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Saying “I’m Sorry” with beautiful flowers is sometimes necessary, and beyond that, you occasionally need to take it a step further with a beautiful bouquet of roses. When a simple mixed bouquet of beautiful flowers is not enough, you have to get out the “big guns” and really go for the luxurious bouquets. Here are some perfect apology rose bouquets:

Two Dozen Roses

If you need to express that you are really, really sorry, you can’t go wrong with two dozen roses. This stunning arrangement features 24 long-stemmed red roses, beautifully arranged in a 10-inch clear glass vase, wrapped with soft green foliage. These are available for delivery, although would also make a stunning impact if delivered personally.

Mini Rose Plant

If the person to whom you are apologizing particularly loves plants, this lovely Mini Rose Plant features 6.5-inch blooms, in a bold red. The plant arrives in a sleek black container, that is fashioned to look like a gift bag, with a black and gray rose-patterned organza accent. Having a potted plant will be a continuous reminder to the recipient of your apology and caring for them.

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Pure Elegance Mini Rose Plant

Roses and Calla Lilies

If the recipient of your floral apology likes a mix of flowers, this elegant blend of red roses and white calla lilies is a great way to say “I’m sorry.” The soft white calla lilies provide a dramatic contrast against the bold red roses and dark green foliage. The roses say “I love you,” while the white calla lilies symbolizes pure intentions. A beautiful message bouquet, this bouquet is available in 13 stems, 17 stems and 21 stems.

Sometimes finding the right words to completely express your remorse can be difficult, let a big bouquet of beautiful flowers get the conversation going!

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