Prepar­ing for such a cel­e­bra­tion as a wed­ding, you need to think through all the impor­tant details, espe­cial­ly when it comes to the image of the bride. And, of course, a sep­a­rate role should be assigned to the bou­quet, which will be in sight through­out the day.

Despite the fact that there are many dif­fer­ent types of flow­ers, nev­er­the­less, ros­es are the favorites of most women. Per­haps because they are so beau­ti­ful, grace­ful, but they can also prick. There­fore, many brides do not try to change their taste and choose a beau­ti­ful wed­ding bou­quet of white ros­es.

flow­ers of love

Many florists sug­gest that new­ly­weds care­ful­ly choose flow­ers, as they are very sym­bol­ic. So, accord­ing to some beliefs, a bride’s bou­quet of white ros­es promis­es a young cou­ple a hap­py mar­riage and a long, rich life. Snow-white ros­es are beau­ti­ful in them­selves, and with their help you can assem­ble an incred­i­ble com­po­si­tion. Since this col­or is asso­ci­at­ed with puri­ty and inno­cence, ten­der­ness and love, a wed­ding bou­quet of white ros­es will be the first step towards a hap­py fam­i­ly life.

Well, for those who do not believe in dif­fer­ent sym­bols and beliefs, it is enough that the rose is con­sid­ered the queen of the flower world, which means that, being an acces­so­ry for the bride, it will make her a real queen. And since all girls strive for this, there is sim­ply no more ide­al option.

You can also cre­ate an amaz­ing flo­ral com­po­si­tion using dif­fer­ent shades. The most com­mon­ly used com­bi­na­tion is the bridal bou­quet of red and white ros­es. It will be espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant if it coin­cides with the gen­er­al style of the cel­e­bra­tion. So, the red col­or will add pas­sion and fire to the pure and inno­cent image of the future wife.

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combinations of roses with red irises, blue eustoma and freesia for a wedding

An expe­ri­enced florist will help real­ize all your ideas or advise a suit­able option. For exam­ple, it can be a cas­cad­ing wed­ding bou­quet, con­sist­ing of white ros­es and green­ery descend­ing in a train. Fans of orig­i­nal ideas will sure­ly like the option with a ball on a rib­bon. Such a bou­quet is con­ve­nient and prac­ti­cal, because it can be hung on the wrist and the bride’s hands can be free.

What­ev­er com­po­si­tion you choose, at the end of the cel­e­bra­tion, any brides­maid will dream of catch­ing such a bou­quet, since every­one dreams of hav­ing a hap­py fam­i­ly life. And accord­ing to leg­end, the one who catch­es the bride’s flow­ers is also des­tined to get mar­ried soon.