How to Make a Gorgeous Garden Rose Wedding Bouquet

Last Updated on January 12, 2021

How to Make a Gorgeous Garden Rose Wedding Bouquet

This quick video by Alexandra Farms walks you through how to create a stunning garden rose wedding bouquet, even if you’ve never tried to put one together before.

Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced floral designer, this quick video will answer many of the most commonly asked questions about using garden roses in wedding bouquets and arrangments.

It’s a video we think you will truly enjoy, especially if you love beautiful and fragrant garden roses, and want to use them in your bouquet. Take a look and see if you feel the same.

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I hope you found the video useful and can’t wait to give it a shot.

When you’re ready, all of the fresh materials used in this bouquet, including the garden roses, acacia foliage, and Dusty Miller can easily be bought online at sites like FlowerExplosion, BloomsbytheBox, and GlobalRose. I know there are others, but these 3 are the only ones that I’ve had personal experience with.

If you want to work with garden roses from Alexandra Farms, I recommend purchasing them from your local florist. Always my favorite choice!

The supplies mentioned in the video, like the Floralcraft Gala bouquet holder and the Chrysal Professional flower finishing spray, can be found on Amazon.

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