Now introduce a new greenery into your hand-tied rose bridal bouquet. This feathery fern is commonly known as Tree Fern. I like it better than plumosa, which has sharp tiny thorns.
Note how the greenery isn't longer than the flower heads. The goal is for the greenery to peek out between the roses - not overpower them by being taller than the roses themselves.
Rotate your bouquet around and cross the third rose across the already taped flower stems.
You should see a definite triangle shape developing, with greening in between the flower heads.
Before taping this third rose, I add another piece of tree fern with it.
See how the triangle shape is beginning to form? The three open sides is where you'll be placing additional roses, filling in those spaces with a methodical turning and taping of more flowers.