Posts tagged Roses
Posts tagged Roses
Wonderful Mix of Flowers! Whimsical but Elegant!
Love this bouquet of ivory and pink roses with Salal leaves and Italian ruscus.
Finding new ways to highlight roses is something I will never tire of! Rose garlands are a fresh decadent decoration for any celebration. Mix your palette or streamline with one hue to instantly add glamour, sophistication, and elegance your wedding ceremony or reception. A creative and alluring way to ensure your event space is in full bloom!
This soft, romantic rose and ranunculus bouquet would be perfect for an antique inspired wedding.
Print out the photo and take the recipe to your local florist to have this pink, peach and orange bouquet recreated.
Pink, Peach And Orange Bouquet Recipe
I Love this Peonies and Roses Bouquet.
* Photo Credit: Wedding Chicks
There are a few colors on the spectrum that I think are crowd pleasers and pink is by far one of them. It is delicate, lovely and reminds us of all things pretty. Just like this bouquet recipe designed by wedding florist Oak & the Owl Interior and Floral Design Studio.
Flowers needed to duplicate this bouquet
* Photographed by Tonya Goettsche.
Beautiful free-form bouquet of garden roses, nigella, and dusty miller tied with a pair of deep blue satin ribbons.
Pink roses, white daisies, and lush greens
I don’t know what it’s like in your neighborhood, but when I step outside my backyard is filled with leaves. So I thought I would share with you a simple and fun technique to turn your leaves into roses.
1. Using one of the smaller leaves, place the colorful side down and fold the points in. Begin to roll the leaf from one side.
2. Take a second leaf and fold the center point down. Place the first rolled leaf in the center, fold down the side points on the second leaf and wrap both sides around the first “bud.”
3. Continue to add leaves, rotating the flower as you go to get an even size. Work with the smaller leaves at the center and the larger ones toward the outside. When you rotate, it also helps to keep the petals tucked in so that it doesn’t unravel.
4. When you have added all your leaves or reached the desired size, pinch the leaf stems tightly and begin to wrap with florist tape. Trim the stem ends by cutting with scissors.
5. Finally, if you are wanting a “long stem,” use a stick and attach to the flower by wrapping it with a bit more florist tape.
6. You’re done!