Wedding season!

It’s that beautiful time when couples celebrate their love and tie the knot. And when it comes to wedding flowers, Sprayroses are a classic and popular choice. They symbolize love, beauty, and romance, making them perfect for weddings.

Spray roses, are a particular type of rose that is often used in wedding arrangements. They are smaller in size compared to regular roses, but they have multiple blooms on a single stem, creating a lovely clustered effect. Spray roses come in various colors, including white, cream, pink, peach, and red, allowing you to match them to your wedding theme or color palette.

New introductions which are now available on the market:

Tralala ® this bright pink/white bi-color is a beautiful rose when you go for the colorful / cheerful trend.

Sancerre® this unique shaped garden spray roses blends in beautifully with all pastel shades.

Sofie® is the perfect light pink spray rose with its big flower this is most sought after in the bridal sector.










These voluminous spray roses are versatile and can be used in different ways throughout your wedding. Here are some ideas:

  1. Bridal bouquet: Create a stunning bouquet by combining spray roses with other flowers and greenery. They can be the focal point or add texture and depth to your bouquet.
  2. Bridesmaid bouquets: Use spray roses to create charming and delicate bouquets for your bridesmaids. You can match the colors to their dresses or opt for a contrasting look.
  3. Boutonnieres and corsages: Spray roses work well for boutonnieres for the groom, groomsmen, and family members. They can also be used in corsages for mothers and grandmothers.
  4. Centerpieces: Incorporate spray roses into your reception centerpieces. They can be arranged in small vases or mixed with other flowers for a lush and romantic look.
  5. Cake decoration: Adorn your wedding cake with spray roses. They can be placed on each tier or used as accents alongside other decorative elements.

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