Hearts Aflutter: 11 Romantic Wedding Rose Bouquets

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As a wedding floral designer, roses are one of my must have flower varieties.  Like a chef with their favourite ingredient, for me, roses can be used in such a variety of different floral recipes and designs.  Their range of colours, shades, size, shape and softness means that no matter what your wedding style, they can be used in anything from vintage rustic to modern glamour.

Here, I have chosen my favourite rose wedding bouquet designs from our outstanding flower gallery,  showcasing different colours, varieties and ways that roses can be used in wedding bouquets.  Brides, get ready for some serious wedding bouquet inspiration!

Round Rose Bouquets

In this gorgeous design, pastel pink standard roses are mixed with cluster roses and heavenly helleborus which blooms in winter and spring.  The silver suede foliage gives this bouquet by Leah Mitchell Floral Design a pretty softness.

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Pink tone rose bouquet | Leah Mitchell Floral Design

Pink tone rose bouquet | Leah Mitchell Floral Design

Classic white roses are displayed in this bouquet by Alba Roses, mixed with white lisianthus and chrysanthemum with brown and green magnolia foliage scattered through to add interest.

white rose bouquet | Alba Roses

white rose bouquet | Alba Roses

I adore when different varieties of blooms in the same colour tones are mixed together.  CH Floral Designs shows how three different tones of roses in the same palette, dark peach, light peach and a very pale peach rose can be mixed with peach carnations and alstroemeria to give this beautiful bouquet display.  A very traditional round posy design but the use of colour in varying shades adds great interest.

tonal rose bouquet | CH Floral Designs

tonal rose bouquet | CH Floral Designs

I am also totally in love with cluster roses, used in this example by Prestige Flowers and Gifts.  They have a similar look to David Austin roses as there are multiple petals and blooms with buds on one stem.  They can be a great alternative if David Austin roses are not available at the time of your wedding.

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Cluster Roses

Cluster Roses | Prestige Flowers and Gifts

Textured Rose Bouquets

Pale or dusty pink and white would have to be the most popular and requested colour for rose bridal bouquets.  So with that brief in mind, mixing pale pink David Austin roses and white lisianthus would be a perfect combination.  To add texture to this bouquet design by Sassafras Flower Design the rose and lisianthus buds along with snowberry has been scattered throughout, so pretty!

white and pale pink rose bouquet | Sassafras Flower Design

white and pale pink rose bouquet | Sassafras Flower Design

For brides wanting to move away from the lighter popular colour palettes, a great option is deeper hues of pink, lavender and plums.  We can see these colours being requested more and more this wedding season.  Be inspired by Flower Face Floristry’s bouquet of plum roses, deep plum ranunculus, green and purple kale and light purple statice all framed with magnolia foliage.

pink, lavender and plum tones | Flower Face Floristry

pink, lavender and plum tones | Flower Face Floristry

Going even deeper in colour is the deep red rose which has petals almost like velvet.  Unveiling Poppy combines them with different shades of red David Austin roses, port wine peonies, plum cymbidium orchid blooms and for amazing texture and interest, red hypericum berry, black berry, blue sea holly and just a hint of cream to break up the design.  That is one very lucky bride!

red rose bouquet | Unveiling Poppy

red rose bouquet | Unveiling Poppy

Autumn is here and wow what a way to celebrate the season with this stunning rose bouquet from Alisha Ellis.  Apricot roses are paired with autumn foliage and dark red leucadendrons to give the deeper colour tones in the bouquet.  Lisianthus adds, even more, texture with the buds of this flowers and green fern, highlights different parts of the design.

autumn rose bouquet | Alisha Ellis - Wedding Floral Designer

autumn rose bouquet | Alisha Ellis – Wedding Floral Designer

Garden Rose Bouquets

I know so many brides would simply adore this bouquet by Autumn Kisses.  It displays the garden bouquet style that in bang on trend and the most insanely gorgeous large head roses, mixed with spray roses, tuber roses, Queen Anne’s lace, snapdragons, snowberry, ferns and foliage.

garden rose bouquet | Autumn Kisses

garden rose bouquet | Autumn Kisses

This would have to be one of my all time favourite colour combinations, dusty pink roses and mint, it is just so fresh and sweet.  The texture in these bouquets from Twig is delicious.  David Austin and garden roses are the hero ingredient here but they are complimented ever so beautifully and delicately with fern, sea holly, soft suede foliage,

dusty pink and mint rose bouquet | Twig

dusty pink and mint rose bouquet | Twig

My heart’s aflutter looking at this bridal bouquet design by KC Blooms.  The orange roses have been clustered in a group to balance the size of the large blue hydrangeas.  The colour of the roses also compliments the orange and black butterflies beautifully.

butterfly rose bouquet | KC Blooms

butterfly rose bouquet | KC Blooms

Traditionally roses would stand alone in a bouquet, but these inspiring designs show that with so many different colours and varieties of roses available they can be used in so many unique ways.

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Kyla Helgeson is one Australia's top wedding florists operating as The White Orchid Floral Design. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Kyla has studied in New York and is a former finalist in Tesselaars floristry competition. In 2015 Kyla joined the Tesselaars marketing team as our floral content advisor and has since authored over 50 popular floral style blogs.

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