A general symbol of love and beauty, roses are concurrently classic and contemporary, omnipresent but never overdone, always current yet immersed in history.
The following are concrete reasons to pick roses for your special occasion:
According to the Society of American Florists, at least 120 rose varieties are commercially available these days. Styles can go from small blooms with strong leaves to bigger flowers with soft, delicate petals. But that’s not the real beauty. Roses are extensively available and could be reasonably priced (although rare varieties may increase from $ 4-10 per stem).
There are three key types of roses that are the most likely contenders for wedding flowers: hybrid tea roses, spray roses, and garden roses. Here’s a swift glance at what makes each exceptional:
With its typical shape, the hybrid tea rose is, in fact, prized for its evenness, durability (it can go the whole day without wilting!), and availability.
These tinier roses come with five to ten small heads every stem and so fill out bouquets more than one stem. They are available in single shades or bicolor, such as the hybrid. With the variation in size, they are great for giving texture as well as visual interest to a flower arrangement.
These roses are a lot bigger and lusher compared to any other variety. They are generally very open, natural and freeform. With their fragility, they are rarer and thus more expensive.
Combine white roses with a classic bloom such as a white hydrangea or a gardenia. Or throw some 200 roses of the same type and color into a classic silver bowl for a fresh and clean look that makes tremendous impact.
Romantic and Enchanting
For the bouquets, picture beaded or fur-trimmed wraps, or how about jewel-tone (citrine or ruby) tear-shaped beads that hang from rose-filled candelabra. Think feminine but contemporary– and integrate sweet elements, such as satin ribbon looped into an arrangement of large and lush open garden roses.
Fun and Stylish
Monochromatic arrangements have grown in popularity, whether all white, or a combo of hot purple and pale lavender. Pick the single-color cluster of flowers (for instance, hydrangeas, stephanotis and white roses) and put everything together in a glass cube or a vase with an eccentric geometric shape. Contrast roses with spiky dahlias in vivid colors, such as orange and yellow, and arrange them in unconventional vases in stylish colors, like deep blue ceramic water pitchers.
Whether your wedding will be held outdoors or in a posh ballroom, roses will definitely make you shine. Of course, if you choose the right florist, everything is possible.
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