Romantic Roses, 3 Ways
We recently teamed up with Fiftyflowers.com to craft a romantic, feminine shoot to showcase these pink and peach wholesale roses. We used the roses in three different ways, each of which would be perfect for a spring wedding or bridal shower. We hope you enjoy these images captured by the talented Boston wedding photographer Lara Kimmerer.
Roses offer such depth and variety in color, size and texture. We wanted to create a simple bouquet that really highlighted the peony-like blooms of the Cabbage Garden Roses, the frilly petals of the Peachy Cantaloupe Garden Roses, and the delicate blooms of the Perfumela Peach Spray Roses. The roses are offset by just a few sprigs of leaves.
2. Flower Crown
We love the flower crown trend, especially for spring weddings. The large roses and asymmetrical arrangement created a dramatic flower crown in vibrant pinks and soft shades of peach.
On the table, we again wanted to let the roses shine, this time with stems in a collection of glass vases, arranged from dark pink to peach to soft pink, creating a subtle ombre effect. We constructed a three-tier fresh flower chandelier to give additional drama overhead. Finally, the pink and peach roses were complemented with minty greens in the antique plates, votives and tablecloth.
Find out how to make these yourself; our easy DIY instructions were recently featured on Wedding Chicks!