Rose Bouquet



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A classical rose bouquet has graced weddings for many years. Whether combined with other flowers or used alone, you'll be delighted with the huge variety of colors that growers can now bring you. No wonder they are still the all time favorite!

Peachy pink roses paired with white miniature callas and filled in with purple limoneum is absolutely gorgeous!

A bright combo bouquet made of hot pinks, including roses, calla lilies, and tiny spray roses. White baby's breath gives just the right depth and contrast to offset so much pink.

Softest pink roses, white lisianthus, and white dendrobium orchids create a graceful crescent bouquet.

Standard roses and white lisianthus make up a very formed, traditional cascade.  Cascade bouquets should be made on slanted bouquet holders while straight handles are used for round bouquets.

This casual beauty has the feel of a garden setting bouquet, with white frilly Queen Anne's lace as a filler.  Personally, I'd rather substitute baby's breath since it holds up better in warm settings. 

Besides the standard white roses and pink lisianthus, I adore the white scabiosa with green hydrangeas peeking out from underneath.

Several of these flowers are very water loving, so I suggest a water wicking SuperWet bouquet holder.

Tiny star-like pale pink bouvardia filler is one of my absolute favorites. These tiny blooms open in clusters. They come in varying shades of pink and white. Perfect cymbidium orchids and green roses finish off this stunning nosegay.





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