Garden roses are a gorgeous blossom with lots of texture and rich color. Their round shape & tightly packed petals are a fierce contender with ranunculus and peonies. An aesthetically versatile blossom, garden roses are a perfect addition to any look. Whether your vision is sophisticated and elegant, or laid-back and bohemian garden roses will be the perfect compliment. Get inspiration with these weddings featuring garden roses in their design plan:
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We were so happy to be a part of this beautiful wedding celebration in Cohasset, MA. The day was filled with love and was perfectly captured by Sarah Weston Photography. The bride had an elegant bohemian look, with a full floral crown and long, cascading bouquet. A palette of blue hydrangeas, blush garden roses, ivory spray roses, deep green ivy, and eucalyptus paired perfectly with her soft lace bridal gown. With an ode to New Orleans (where the bride and groom met) the wedding had southern touches like a crawfish boil! (We can't get enough of the adorable crawfish pictures with the bride and groom!) For the reception, each table had a wooden lantern glowing with soft candlelight and surrounded by a garland of mixed florals and ivy. The celebration ended with a sparkler exit, a gorgeous end to a perfect day!
Wishing A & D a long & happy marriage!
With peonies all the rage, everyone wants the gorgeous, lush flowers adorning their table. A quick scroll on instagram or a flip through any magazine could prove you that! But with only short availability, and the kind of price that comes with seasonality and demand, the gorgeous garden rose can save the day! Delightfully full & voluptuous in their own right, these blossoms can go "head to head" with with any peony I know! And one of the biggest perks is that they are readily accessible all year (Nevermind the fact that they have the most divine fragrance!).
So when you're looking for something lush and luxe for your next event or for your wedding, think garden rose! (Or if you're in the right season... hellooo, garden rose + peonies!)