Wedding bouquet of roses

A bridal bou­quet is per­haps one of the most impor­tant acces­sories for a bride. The solemn part of the hol­i­day is always in sight, and at the end, the well-known tra­di­tion of throw­ing a bou­quet becomes the cul­mi­na­tion, so the selec­tion of a flower arrange­ment must be approached respon­si­bly. Flow­ers should har­mo­nious­ly com­ple­ment the wed­ding dress and be sure to fit into the main style of the wed­ding design.

Despite the huge selec­tion of flow­ers offered by florists today, every­one’s favorite ros­es, sym­bol­iz­ing love and desire, nev­er lose their pop­u­lar­i­ty. A clas­sic of the genre, the per­son­i­fi­ca­tion of inno­cence and puri­ty — a wed­ding bou­quet of white or cream ros­es. To make the bou­quet brighter, the con­trast cre­at­ed by the elon­gat­ed skim leaves and the green­ery of the galax will help. These exot­ic plants are also used to dec­o­rate plain wed­ding bou­quets of red or pink ros­es. Hot­house jas­mine, clema­tis and ferns bring a spe­cial roman­ti­cism and styl­ish touch.

Minimalism and conciseness — the fashion trend of the year

It is worth say­ing that styl­ists are increas­ing­ly rec­om­mend­ing choos­ing sim­ple bou­quets, based on three-dimen­sion­al flow­ers of the same type, com­bined with green twigs. This trend was demon­strat­ed this year by design­ers at Bridal Fash­ion Week in New York. Today, no one is try­ing to make the flower arrange­ment the main one in the image — the bou­quet only effec­tive­ly com­ple­ments it. A two-tone red-white wed­ding bou­quet of large ros­es can also be attrib­uted to the same cat­e­go­ry of sim­ple ones. White ros­es are dec­o­rat­ed with dec­o­ra­tive wire with red beads — it looks quite orig­i­nal. Pearls, gold or sil­ver details are also used as jew­el­ry.

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Exclusive bridal bouquet of blue roses

Brides from the CIS quite rarely choose bou­quets in blue and blue col­ors, but in vain, because they look just amaz­ing. Espe­cial­ly unusu­al look for a long time inac­ces­si­ble to mankind and cre­at­ed, in the end, arti­fi­cial­ly, blue ros­es. Due to the absence of these flow­ers in nature, a bou­quet of them can be called, to some extent, even fab­u­lous. Blue ros­es in the hands of the bride will def­i­nite­ly not go unno­ticed.

Here are some tips from expe­ri­enced wed­ding florists:

  1. In a wed­ding bou­quet of blue ros­es, it is best to com­bine flow­ers of white, pink, blue and yel­low.
  2. Blue flow­ers look most har­mo­nious against the back­ground of a white, blue, light blue or white wed­ding dress with blue trim.
  3. The tone of the wed­ding bou­quet should be shoes, the groom’s bou­ton­niere, oth­er acces­sories and wed­ding decor.
  4. A wed­ding bou­quet of blue ros­es is the per­fect choice for a snowy win­ter wed­ding.
  5. A bou­quet con­sist­ing exclu­sive­ly of sol­id blue ros­es must be dilut­ed with white twigs, inflo­res­cences and dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments.
  6. Remem­ber that blue ros­es with­er quick­ly in hot weath­er and are hard­ly worth order­ing for a sum­mer wed­ding.
Peony ros­es by David Austin

Last year’s trend — David Austin’s bridal bou­quet of peony ros­es — remains rel­e­vant this sea­son. Even more — we can say that today they are at the peak of pop­u­lar­i­ty. Mod­ern brides are sim­ply in love with them.

The most pop­u­lar vari­ety is the rose of a del­i­cate peach shade “Juli­et”. A slight­ly “gar­den” look to the bou­quet gives a rose with large, slight­ly curly petals, called “Miran­da”. Vari­ety “Keira” will help to cre­ate an orig­i­nal flower arrange­ment in vin­tage style.

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The main advan­tage of peony ros­es is their avail­abil­i­ty all year round. Often brides choose them for their bou­quets in win­ter.