You can exper­i­ment end­less­ly with the types of flower arrange­ments for the bride on the wed­ding day, but a wed­ding bou­quet of ros­es is always a win-win option. This noble flower is asso­ci­at­ed with the strongest feel­ing — love. And what is a “wed­ding” if not a cel­e­bra­tion of love? Thanks to breed­ers and their tire­less work, today there are hun­dreds, if if thou­sands, of vari­eties of ros­es. Some of them are so dec­o­ra­tive that at first glance it is dif­fi­cult to deter­mine if you real­ly have a rose in front of you. Incred­i­bly del­i­cate white, roman­tic pink, pas­sion­ate red, eccen­tric blue, green and even pur­ple ros­es are an excel­lent mate­r­i­al for cre­at­ing a work of flo­ral art.

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Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the bride’s bou­quet is made up of medi­um-sized white or red ros­es. White flow­ers are in per­fect har­mo­ny with the bride’s out­fit, and red ones allow you to dilute the image with a bright accent. An image filled with ten­der­ness can be cre­at­ed if the bride has a bou­quet of pink ros­es in her hands. By the way, this col­or is in per­fect har­mo­ny with the out­fits of red, pink and cream. If the bride care­ful­ly fol­lows the lat­est trends in wed­ding fash­ion, then her wed­ding is like­ly to be themed. Such cer­e­monies often involve not only the pres­ence of orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tions and a wed­ding venue. Non-tra­di­tion­al col­ors of the bride and groom’s out­fits are also wel­come, so a bou­quet of blue ros­es in the hands of a girl can look quite har­mo­nious. By the way, such a com­po­si­tion of ros­es of an unusu­al col­or is suit­able if the bride chose a dress with a blue belt, or dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments in a sim­i­lar range.

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Why are incred­i­bly spec­tac­u­lar ros­es with large heads and long stems rarely used? Every­thing is trite — with such a bou­quet the bride will be uncom­fort­able. Gar­den vari­eties for these pur­pos­es are more appro­pri­ate. Such a wed­ding bou­quet can con­sist of 10–30 ros­es. The more flow­ers, the denser they should be to each oth­er, and greens, physalis and oth­er flow­ers can be added to a com­po­si­tion of a small num­ber of ros­es. The bridal bou­quet of spray ros­es looks great. Small dou­ble flow­ers of dif­fer­ent shades make the wed­ding image of the bride ten­der, roman­tic. A bridal bou­quet of gar­den and small spray ros­es usu­al­ly has a spher­i­cal shape, but you can order a cas­cad­ing com­po­si­tion or a bou­quet on a stem. Florists use rib­bons, greens, beads and sisal as decor.