Whether you are a DIY bride, a Wedding Planner, a floral designer, or all of the above, this post will surely catch your eye!
Garden roses are timeless and beautiful blooms that go great in any kind of flower arrangement or centerpiece, regardless of the style or the season. Their versatility and natural beauty allows them to stand out equally in a boho-chic bouquet, a romantic venue, a relaxed beachside ceremony, or a glamorous table decoration. They simply fit in wherever you place them!
They are a favorite amongst brides due to their soft, sweet, delicate look, and since they can be found in almost any color imaginable, the possibilities are endless! Either by themselves or paired with other trendy wedding flowers, such as anemones, dahlias, or peonies, garden roses are a MUST in any wedding bouquet.
And just in case I haven’t convinced you to choose these lovely blooms yet, take a look at the bridal bouquet selection we’ve put together…Their beauty will blow you away!
Our 31 favorite Garden Rose Bouquets:
Soft pink garden roses mixed with white ranunculus and burgundy dahlias, all paired together with mixed greenery for a modern and bohemian look.
A sweet and delicate combination of pink and red garden roses, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, and a touch of astilbe. Perfect for a romantic, garden-inspired wedding.
A stunning cascading bridal bouquet made of contrasting bold and soft colored blooms such as: Burgundy garden roses and orchids, cream garden roses, peach hypericum, queen Anne’s Lace filler flowers, star of Bethlehem flowers, pink and burgundy spray roses, and mini areca palm leaves for an added woodland feel. A true eye catcher!
Peach and white garden roses contrast beautifully with burgundy dahlias, ruscus, willow seeded eucalyptus and mixed greenery. This bouquet would look perfect for a barn or rustic-style wedding.
Garden roses in different hues of white, pink and magenta, veronica fillers, deep purple scabiosa flowers, and greenery to put it all together in perfect harmony. A bright and delightful bouquet, perfect for a boho-chic wedding.
A vintage-inspired bouquet made of antique lavender roses, blush garden roses, white dahlias, and mixed eucalyptus greenery, to create this romantic and whimsical look.
A classic that never fails! Soft peachy garden roses and a mix of silver dollar eucalyptus, astilbe, and dusty miller, create this sweet, velvet-like, delicate look.
Bold and bright, this combination of light and hot pink garden roses with hot pink peonies is a show stopper! Check out the playful touch of cherries for an extra fresh summer look.
Peach garden roses together with burgundy peonies, dark purple scabiosas and mixed greenery, create this stylish and unconventional bouquet. A true beauty that would be perfect for an urban bride.
Simple yet gorgeous, this bouquet pairs creamy white garden roses with white anemones and baby blue eucalyptus greenery. Sweet, soft and elegant, it perfectly describes the motto: “Less is more”.
A timeless color palette that beautifully combines cream and blush garden roses, lavender roses, purple and white ranunculus, eucalyptus, dusty miller, and white veronicas. A gorgeous vintage-meets-industrial look for a bride that wants to stand out.
Romantic, soft, sweet… Our Mayra Peach garden roses create a stunning bridal bouquet by themselves. A classic and delicate look that adds a touch of color and cheer to any summer wedding.
This Rustic-chic bridal bouquet is made of gorgeous peach garden roses, white spray roses and white ranunculus. To add volume and texture to the bloom combination, a mix of fillers was also added: astilbe, eucalyptus, dusty miller, and a green succulent flower to top it all off.
The neutral color palette of the roses and white ranunculus contrasts beautifully with the bold, burgundy dahlias and purple ranunculus. All tied together with mixed greenery for extra texture and color. This bouquet would be perfect for a rustic, barn wedding.
White hydrangeas, light pink garden roses, creamy white dahlias, silver dollar eucalyptus, and hints of stock create this dreamy garden-style bridal bouquet. The soft shades of pink and white, together with the sage green of the eucalyptus, create a whimsical and romantic look that never disappoints!
The bright colors and mixed textures of this bouquet go perfectly with a boho-chic wedding theme. Anemones, garden roses, carnations and roses in different hues of pinks and corals, contrast gorgeously with silver dollar eucalyptus. The added hops vine gives extra length for a cascading look and a very unique texture.
Coral and white ranunculus, peach garden roses, yellow craspedia balls and succulent flowers, with a hint of seeded eucalyptus greenery, make this gorgeous beach wedding bouquet an unforgettable one.
Soft coral-peach garden roses tied with a big and fluffy ribbon make this classic romance wedding bouquet. A timeless choice for an elegant bride.
This modern lush look is made of soft pink garden roses, burgundy dahlias, dark red hypericum, proteas, and lots of greenery, such as: Willow seeded eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, olive branches, and hanging red amaranthus. What a beauty!
Soft hues of white and pink peonies, garden roses and ranunculus, together with a touch of fresh greenery, put together this sweet bridal bouquet.
This bridal bouquet would work beautifully in a beach-style wedding. The combination of peachy-pink roses, garden roses, and spray roses, sage green succulents and craspedia balls, put together with some hints of greenery, makes for a lovely floral arrangement, perfect for an outdoor ceremony.
Casual, rustic and cheerful, this bridal bouquet gets all the attention due to its vibrant colors and beautiful contrasting textures. A combination of peonies in different hues of dark pink, light pink and peach garden roses, orange and red ranunculus, astilbe, and hints of greenery, for a perfect bohemian backyard wedding look.
Creamy white garden roses and peonies, together with mixed eucalyptus greenery, is the best combination for a stunning, romantic garden look.
Dark chocolate dahlias stand out in this soft colored bouquet. Salmon and white roses, combined with peach spray roses and blush garden roses take the lead, and little touches of astilbe and seeded eucalyptus create contrast and add texture. A beautiful cascading bouquet for a rustic and garden-inspired wedding.
Romantic meets garden-style in this vintage-inspired bouquet. A beautiful blend of peach David Austin roses, white garden roses, pink astilbe, purple liatris, white stock, baby’s breath and dusty miller. The result is a delicate and whimsical look that would be hard to forget!
A darker palette of pinks and reds with subtle blue accents that mixes peonies, roses, thistle eryngium, astilbe, and different green and burgundy leaves. A lush bridal bouquet that would be perfect for an industrial or urban wedding theme.
Pure romance. This bouquet’s combination of creamy ivory garden roses, white ranunculus, peonies, and willow seeded eucalyptus, is simply elegant and graceful.
Dark red garden roses, white and dark red mini callas, Café au Lait dahlias, light pink lisianthus and mixed greens make this bohemian-rustic bridal bouquet that would be perfect for an outdoor Fall wedding.
Vintage and romantic, this bridal bouquet is pure sweetness! Garden roses and peonies in hues of white, blush, and antique pink, combined with soft pink astilbe and willow seeded eucalyptus to add texture and contrast.
Garden roses and spray roses in hues of ivory and soft pink, together with the sage green of dusty miller leaves, create the perfect combination for a soft, vintage look. As the cherry on top, Silver Brunia balls add a magical touch of whimsy to this bouquet .
And last but not least, we have this colorful bohemian and rustic bouquet. It gorgeously combines light pink anemones, peach roses, light pink garden roses, pink lisianthus and light pink dahlias. To add volume and different textures they also included silver dollar and willow fresh eucalyptus, orange crocosmia, white phlox, and tender blackberries. The result? This spectacular wildflower look!
Which is your favorite? What do you look for most in a bridal bouquet?