One of the easiest flowers to work with in a floral plan is the spray rose due to its diverse capabilities. Each stem contains 3-5 flower heads with different flower sizes and stem lengths so you can easily find a place for all of them! Below are some examples representing what I mean in a variation of bouquets and arrangements.Instead of separating each individual stem you can simply leave them in a cluster of three to create a pocket within the bouquet as represented above.This is perfection! Be sure to remove ALL thorns including those that may pop up on the greenery surrounding the flower heads!Instead of placing the roses in various places around the bouquet try creating small clusters for a larger impact as shown above.
Tight bouquets are my favorite when using a variation of flowers with different shapes and sizes because there is so much detail to be captured in every photo.Personally, this is my favorite out of the bunch. The loose bouquet with specific accents of flower pockets, just beautiful!When creating a simple glass vase arrangement you can either have a tight dome shape or a fun arrangement with various height.Both of these urns knock it out of the park. The greenery with a variation of color and heights, absolute perfection!Best of all, if you are working on your flowers and one stem breaks off you can always reuse them in your grooms boutonniere.As I said above, this flower can be used in so many ways which makes it one of the best to consider for your flower plan. When used the right way I think the spray rose can be an excellent addition to your wedding day look. Be sure to consider this flower when working out your budget details for your flower plan!