Blue roses . . . are actually a lavender violet color when grown. Several varieties, such as "Cool Water" and "Blue Curiosia" are very pretty, but you can see a definite pink hue to the rose.
Cool Water has been used for the first boutonniere shown below.
These roses below have are Holland blue-dyed roses to get the deep, vibrant color of royal blue.
Lots of bling-bling has been added to these flowers, including a dip in silvery paint and a mist of silver flower glitter.
Silver bullion wire and other decorative wire can add a lot of sparkling interest to these flowers!
Shiny, clear rhinestones gives this boutonniere a sassy, new look. It's very popular treatment for proms and homecoming parties - where glitz and bling bling is the name of the game!
This decorative cone has taken the place of the traditional bouquet holder. Notice the wrap of decorative wire around it to match her escort's boutonniere.
Here is a simpler version of the same Holland dyed rose, without all the sparkle and glitter.
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