The quintessential classic wedding flower, the Rose, is a timeless choice for your special day. It makes every venue transform instantaneously, assuming destiny has always meant to place it there. From silk to foam, long single stems to bouquets, we stock an extensive range of Artificial Roses in a wide variety of colours.
Roses look beautiful as a stand-alone feature, but for a twist on the classic, try pairing your Roses with other artificial flowers such as Peonies or even some of our Artificial Native Australian Flowers or Artificial Eucalyptus Leaves. The beauty of our life-like faux Roses is that your Bridal bouquet will last not only all day but for many years to come!
Meaning and Significance
Roses have been long associated with love and beauty. As one of the most popular flowers in the world, it’s no wonder that roses are a go-to choice for many couples looking to incorporate floral arrangements into their wedding. Traditionally, red roses symbolize love and passion, while pink roses symbolize gratitude, grace, and joy. White roses are often used to represent purity and innocence, making them a great choice for a bridal bouquet or as decorations for the wedding ceremony.
What Other Flowers Pair Well With Roses?
When it comes to pairing roses with other flowers, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are seven of the best flower arrangement combinations for a wedding that fit well with roses:
Roses and Leucospermums: These unique flowers, also known as pincushion proteas, make a great complement to roses. Their spiky petals and bright colors add texture and visual interest to any arrangement.
Roses and Cherry Blossom: Cherry blossom branches with their delicate pink blooms can add a touch of romance to any rose bouquet. They’re a particularly great choice for a spring wedding.
Roses and Wisteria: Another beautiful flower to pair with roses, wisteria adds an airy, ethereal feel to any arrangement. They’re a great choice for a whimsical or bohemian wedding.
Roses and Lavender Flowers: The soft purple hue of lavender flowers complements the color of roses perfectly. Plus, their sweet, relaxing scent can help set a calming and romantic mood at any wedding.
Roses and Anthuriums: If you’re looking for a more modern and tropical feel, consider pairing roses with anthuriums. These vibrant flowers with their heart-shaped petals and glossy sheen will make a bold statement in any floral arrangement.
Roses and Proteas: Proteas with their unique shape and texture make a great addition to any rose bouquet. They come in a variety of colors, but the pink and red hues are particularly beautiful when paired with roses.
Roses and Billy Buttons (Pycnosorus): Also known as craspedia, these little yellow balls add a playful touch to any rose bouquet. They’re a great choice for a fun and cheerful wedding.
No matter which flowers you choose to pair with your roses, the end result is sure to be beautiful and memorable. Play around with different combinations until you find the perfect one for your wedding.