Consider Avalanche Roses for Your Bridal Bouquet

The perfect flower for exquisite weddings

Bridal bouquets come once in a lifetime, and while they may seem like just another accessory to your wedding gown, never miss the opportunity to add a touch of elegance to your wedding with the perfect flowers. As BridalMusings.com says, it’s an accessory you’ll never be able to replicate, and every bridesmaid and woman in the crowd will be scrambling to get their hands on that bunch of flowers later on. It’s your chance to create a beautiful bouquet of flowers that speaks towards you and the future you want for you and your husband-to-be.

But brides are often lost when it comes to picking out the flowers, and they end up simply leaving the decisions to the florists. If you don’t know the first thing about flowers, then it’s important to fall back on a tried-and-tested classic that’s sure to spruce up your wedding, and go well with your dress.

According to Examiner.com, roses are among the most popular flowers in bridal bouquets. In truth, they’ve become something of a staple in weddings, as they come in a variety of colors and sizes. While there are different kinds of roses available, there’s a certain grower in Holland that’s been gaining popularity among the most prominent florists. Known as Avalanche roses, flowers from this line always bloom perfectly, with a higher petal count than most other lines of roses. These roses come heavily recommended by the Flower Council of Holland for their year-long availability, and Marks & Spencer’s flower expert Simon Richards calls them “one of the best roses in the world”, perfect for special occasions where you’re really seeking to impress.

Avalanche roses are often used in big celebrations, and they also come in a great selection of colors that are perfect for any theme of weddings. Here are some beautiful bridal bouquets that use Avalanche roses:

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