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The Best Bouquets from David Austin Wedding Roses in 2023

Updated: Jan 25

David Austin Wedding Roses are the ideal choice for discerning brides who dream of gliding down the aisle with an exquisite rose bouquet full of scent and style. The options are endless for designing a rose bridal bouquet that is as unique as you are, so we’ve curated a collection of our favorite bouquets to inspire you and share with your florist.

Cascading bridal bouquet with yellow and cream roses

Ivory and buttery yellow is a beautiful and surprisingly under-used wedding color combo that we loved seeing last year and is set to be big for spring/summer 2024. Reminiscent of milk and honey, it is a soft and elegant choice that looks perfect in the golden glow of summer. David Austin offers a gorgeous array of fluffy scented roses to achieve this look, including our white collection and three yellow beauties – Beatrice (Auslevity), Effie (Ausgray), and Edith (Auspluto) – which range in tone from creamy blonde to rich amber.

Classic red rose bouquet

Just like the bold elegance of a classic red lip, a bouquet of red roses is the ultimate in effortless French simplicity. When displayed en masse, our voluminous red rose Tess (Ausyacht) has all the allure of sumptuous luxury. With no green foliage or complementary flowers, all the focus is on the classic blooms of Tess and the bride’s timelessly chic look, with her curve-enhancing Leah Da Glória gown and flowing Hollywood waves. See more of this classic red rose wedding in Paris here.

Yellow rose bouquet for Spring

Nothing says spring quite like the fresh color palette of zesty yellow and classic ivory with splashes of verdant green. We love the combination of Effie (Ausgray) and Patience (Auspastor) used in the spring rose bouquet at this French chateau wedding, which beautifully complements the cool blue and pale grey tones used throughout the outdoor ceremony set-up, escort card display, and banquet-style reception table. The cool tones pick out the colors of the château shutters and wrought iron gates, seamlessly blending the wedding décor with the majestic French architecture.

Pink ombre bridal bouquet

The pink wash of Barbiecore shows no sign of fading for 2024 and we’re not sad about it at all. Pink symbolizes unconditional love, health, and playfulness, making it the perfect choice for any style of wedding but pink does require a careful hand to keep it chic and sophisticated. This gathering of pink David Austin Roses is exquisite and show-stopping in its simplicity. From our palest blush roses like Eugenie (Ausimage), Purity (Ausoblige), and Keira (Ausboxer) to the watercolor tones of Constance (Austruss) and pillowy candy-pink Miranda (Ausimmon), this ombre bouquet of pink roses feels decidedly modern and wildly romantic.

Blush and ivory rose bouquet

Blush endures as the most popular hue for wedding flowers and it’s easy to see why. Soft and romantic, blush roses are the choice for the bride who loves a neutral, timeless style with a feminine twist. David Austin has developed a medley of heavenly blush roses that vary in tone from barely-there Bessie (Ausperidot), Eugenie (Ausimage), and Leonora (Auswagsy) to the marshmallow-hued Charity (Auswasher) and raspberry-rippled Keira (Ausboxer). This cluster bouquet of blush and ivory roses is stunning in its simplicity and looks just glorious with the appliquéd Leah Da Gloria gown.

Photography, Production + Design, Florals: @jannabrowndesignco

Photography: @jeremie_hkb


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