17 romantic red bouquets for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is only a month away, so that means it’s already time for some early Valentine’s inspiration! Give our Valentine’s Day roses as a gift this year, or use them to decorate your home for a romantic dinner. The selection is sure to spark something. For everyone who doesn’t want to have cliche heart-shaped bouquets, we selected 17 gorgeous red bouquets you actually want to have in your home ❤️
Beautiful red bouquet in dark contrasts.
Via The Wedding Scoop
Gorgeous combination of deep red and light pink roses.
Via Style Me Pretty
The red rose Extase is a gorgeous rose with a rich and fruity fragrance. Extase opens to a beautiful
shaped rosette with a deep red color and develops velvety purple tones as the bloom ages.
Dark romantic red and peonies. Love it!
Via Happy Chantilly
Lovely red’s and pink’s in this posy wedding bouquet. A posy bouquet is typically small and round
so it can be held easily in one hand. It can either be constructed loosely with a hand-wrapped,
color-coordinated ribbon and an embellished trim, or by replacing the stems with florists wire for
a more structured look with one type of flower.
Via Wedding Chicks
When you think of a classic red rose for Valentine’s Day, the rose Lady Killer is what should
come to mind. A striking pure red rose with velvet petals and a strong, delicous scent.
Wonderful bouquet with David Austin Tess Roses.
Red, white and berries. Great combination!
Via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings
Fairly simple, but festive nonetheless.
Tess is probably the most perfect Valentine’s rose ❤️
Via Ruffled Blog
Love the garden style of this bouquet 🙂
Via 100 Layer Cake
David Austin Wedding Rose Tess’s spectacular blooms are made up of many, sumptuous, deep royal red petals.
They begin as rounded buds, with prettily waved edges. When fully open, the large outer petals surround smaller
ruffled petals, forming magnificent, saucer-shaped rosettes, which give the impression of great depth.
Long stemmed red roses with a simple tie. Gorgeous!
Via The Lane
Daring combination of red roses and red tulips.
Via Style Me Pretty
Want to see more garden roses perfect for Valentine’s Day? Just take a look at our assortment page! Make sure you order your roses in advance so we can ensure you their availability. Just give us a call or send your order to email@example.com. We’re happy to help 🙂 If you want a beautiful bouquet with garden roses for Valentine’s Day, have a look at our store locator and find a florist in your area. Let the romance begin!
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