4 Romantic Ways to Incorporate Roses

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 11, 2013

The rose has long been a classic symbol of love and beauty. No wonder it’s the quintessential wedding flower and the highest in demand around Valentine’s Day. Since there are over 120 different varieties in color and scent, according to the Society of American Florists, roses lend themselves to all sorts of stylish unconventional uses. Forget having a bouquet full of roses, instead swoon over one of these alternative ways to incorporate roses:

1. Aisle Runner: Can’t resist the ombre effect? Create an aisle runner with rose petals. It can visually enhance any ceremony space.

Photo: Liz and Ryan

Inspiration Board: Classic Green

Posted by Jeffra on Feb 17, 2010

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Bride and Groom: La Dolce Vita Studio

Centerpiece/Lantern: Say I Do Weddings, LLC

Cake: Megan Daubert Events

Invitations: The Left Handed Calligrapher

Programs: Laura Davis Events

Inspiration Board: Orange, Black and White Damask

Posted by Jeffra on Jan 27, 2010

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Photo Credits:

Invitations: Just Ink On Paper

Roses: Designs by Courtney

Cake: Elena’s Cakes

Chair Decor: Dawn Easter Events

Bridesmaids: Alissa Dinneen Photography

Chair: Just Say Yes Events

Centerpiece: ART & SOUL Weddings and Events

Placecards: PEAK a Boo Design

Hanging Flowers: Tiffany’s Floral Creations

Roses: A Bridal Favorite

Posted by tkau on Apr 22, 2009
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Roses are a popular wedding flower for their romantic beauty, the variety of colors they come in to match any color scheme, as well as for their size and durability. As a cut flower, about 1.69 million stems are sold in the United States each year! Roses grown in Ecuador and Colombia dominate the North American market. Of all the cut roses sold in the country, 95% are imported with 53.4% originating from Colombia and 43.4% from Ecuador.