Seraphim means "burning ones". In Christian, Islamic, and Jewish literature, the seraphim were celestial beings with two or three pairs of wings who guard the throne of God. In Christian angelology, seraphim are the highest-ranking in the hierarchy of angels. They were often referred to as the "firey ones" and the colors pink and red were used in their reference.
Pink carnation, bourbon vanilla, gardenia petals, allspice, nutmeg, frankincense, Madagascar clove, vanilla cream, white amber, balsam peru, cinnamon bark, and the flutter of angel wings.