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Roses for Weddings
Flowers set the scene for the ceremony and reception. Wedding bouquets and centerpieces reflect the uniqueness of the couple and showcase their personality. While wedding flowers follow trends, greenery was all the rage in 2018 while bold colors were popular in 2019, wedding roses are a timeless choice that can fit any theme, be it vintage, modern chic, or boho.
Rose Wedding Bouquets
Roses are extremely popular for bridal bouquets for a reason. Whether you are looking for a white bouquet, bright bouquet, or a bouquet to fit a rustic, country, or beach-themed wedding, roses are a go-to option for brides over the years.
Roses Centerpieces for Weddings
Roses make wonderful centerpieces for any wedding reception. They pair well with most other popular wedding flowers. Roses make a great star but also a wonderful supporting cast member to any floral centerpiece. They can also be used for the ever popular floral wedding arch or other wedding flower installations. Wedding centerpieces can feature white roses or yellow roses, garden roses or spray roses, combine with tulips, peonies, and other blossoms, or just complementary greenery or garlands.
Tips for Selecting Bridal Roses
- Look for inspiration - Moodboards, scrapbooks, and Pinterest boards are popular for all brides. They help you zero in on what you love about other wedding’s flowers and help you draw inspiration. They can give you new ideas or just reinforce styles you already love. Play with
- Seasonal colors - Roses can work with any seasonal themes for a wedding. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing a beach wedding in the summer, an autumn-themed wedding in the mountains or a winter ceremony at a ski resort, roses can complement any seasonal theme with class and elegance.
- Consider the formality of the wedding - When picking out wedding rose arrangements, think about the formality of the wedding. Roses play well at all levels of formality but the arrangement that will look the best for a casual beach or ski resort wedding might not be the best choice for a black-tie formal affair at a church and traditional reception hall.
- Complement the bridesmaid dresses and attendants - It’s always good to consider how bridesmaid bouquets will look with the color of dress. Especially for the photographs, you’ll probably want complementary colors. Think about color and meaning - The two most popular colors, by a margin, for wedding roses are white and red. Red symbolizes passion, love, and romance while white stands for innocence, new beginnings, and hope.
Ecuadorian Roses for Weddings
We source many of our roses from the side of a volcano in Ecuador. The unique growing conditions there mean that the roses grow with thicker stems, produce larger blossoms, and remain strong and healthy. The brilliance of our roses for centerpieces, bouquets, and floral installations (think flower arches and hearts) will help your wedding flowers look stunning in photographs.
How Many Roses Are in a Bridal Bouquet?
Anywhere from 2 to 20. It depends on personal preference and the overall design. Is there a theme or style the bouquet should match? Are you pairing roses with other blooms or eucalyptus and greenery? Do you want to highlight the roses or have a truly mixed bridal bouquet? These are all important questions to ask when devising your bridal bouquet. Unsure about anything? Don’t worry, contact our wedding team and we’ll help you find the perfect farm-fresh bouquet.
What Flowers Pair Well with Wedding Roses?
Chrysanthemums, calla lilies, snapdragon, ranunculus, dahlias, hydrangeas, and daisies are all good choices. Roses play nice with other blossoms so you can combine them with most of your favorite blooms to create a stunning wedding bouquet, centerpiece, or floral installation for your special day.