15 Fabulous Non-Boring Ways To Use Roses at Weddings!
BY The WMG Bride | 03 Oct, 2015 | 3560 views | 3 min read
1. As Floral Ties
On mandaps with drapes - breezy and fun.They look like clusters used to dress up drapes - so chic and so elegant!
2. Floral Decoration on Cutlery
Okay, dress up your cutlery with a rose, will you? Just to add a bit of drama to a mundane plate!
3. Floral Crowns
Been there but this time, go big. Big roses are taking over weddings now so let your wreath be bigger!
4. Wooden Frames For Photobooths
To give a delicate French vibe to your phone booth - just add a few roses and bam, you're classic vintage awesome!
5. As Centrepieces in Cupcake Trays
Roses have been used again and again as centrepieces but give them an unconventional vase and they will fit right in. In this case, a cupcake tray!
6. Short Floral Centrepieces with an Indian twist
Big and badass is good but short and low centrepieces can be wonderful too. And in that case, short-stemmed roses can really make the table pop.
7. As Complete Domes
Yes, an entire dome of the mandap or seating space covered with roses - wouldn't that be a sight to see?
8. Quirk Them Up With Teapots
Vases, out. Teapots, in. Go quirky with your decor and your roses will respond to that. Suddenly from elegant, they are quirky.
9. Framing The Dessert Table
....Or any table at the wedding for example!
10. As a Gradient wall
Dior-inspired backdrops are cool - but ombre the roses up and you have a winner!
11. As Signboard Decor
Use them to jazz up any signboards. They will add character to any wooden surface!
12. As Rose Garlands on Chairs
Garlands for the bride and groom is old school. Fill them up and decorate your chairs and it's awesome!
13. Hanging Rose Chandeliers
We love anything upside down now - so long-stemmed roses going upside down is so so avant-garde!
14. Rose Chandeliers
Lighting is out, florals, especially roses are in. Use roses to create a fun chandelier - use dark ones to keep the look locked in.
15. Glass Globes
Running out of ideas with roses? Simply hang up glass globes that you get at any hardware store and push a rose in!