Juliet Roses Are Having A Major Moment in Weddings Right Now

One of our favorite roses right now has to be the Juliet rose, and we’re seeing it everywhere in weddings. These large-headed blooms add volume, texture and softness to your wedding day floral arrangements. They also come in a variety of colors. Think romantic pastel hues, a variety of neutrals and even deeper jewel and wine tones. If you’re looking to incorporate Juliet roses in your wedding florals, you might want to try mimicking Oregon bride Andrea, whose entire bridal bouquet was made up of pastel Juliet roses, or combining the large blooms with pale pink and peach hydrangeas, like Natalie and Dax did at their Nashville farm wedding. You can also try playing with texture by combining soft, romantic Juliet roses with more structured eucalyptus leaves, thistles and white berzelia, like Nicole and David did in their NYC soiree. Take a peek below at our eight favorite Juliet rose arrangements from our real wedding gallery to get inspired!

Colorful Bouquet of Juliet Roses, Anemones and Greens

Bright pops of orange, peach, blush, hot pink and red combined in this bridal bouquet of Juliet roses and anemones.

From the album: A Romantic Garden Wedding at a Private Residence in Ojai, California

Romantic Pastel Juliet Rose and Hydrangea Centerpiece

Mixing a variety of pastel roses with hydrangeas and Queen Anne’s lace makes for the perfect low reception centerpiece.

From the album: A Romantic Country Wedding in Nashville, TN

Ivory and Peach Juliet Rose Bridal Bouquet

A nosegay of the same flower can be interesting if the arrangement is made out of Juliet roses, which have an ombre effect — lighter on the outside, and darker toward the center of the flower.

From the album: A Romantic Beach Wedding in Cannon Beach, OR

Soft Pastel Juliet Rose, Ranunculus and Succulent Bouquet

This bride combined silvery greens (like succulents, seeded eucalyptus and lamb’s ear) with ivory ranunculus, orange spray roses and large, blush Juliet roses.

From the album: A Romantic Fall Wedding in Chicago, IL

Wine-Colored Juliet Rose, Peony and Hydrangea Centerpieces

Juliet roses also come in deeper colors, like burgundy. This arrangement of darker Juliet roses, blush peonies and hydrangeas is soft and textured.

From the album: A Soft Spring Wedding at Power Plant Productions in Philadelphia, PA

Textured Dahlia, Juliet Rose and Thistle Bridal Bouquet

This bouquet plays with an abundance of different textures. From the hard, ball-like white berzelia, to the prickly thistles, circular eucalyptus leaves, vibrant dahlias and soft Juliet roses, it has a little of everything.

From the album: A Hip Autumn Wedding at PUBLIC in New York, New York

Cascading Hypericum and Pastel Juliet Rose Centerpiece

This small, low centerpiece packs a lot of punch because it’s greens and berries make an interesting, sprawling statement. Snow white hypericum berries, leafy greens, dusty miller and romantic Juliet roses pull the whole look together.

From the album: A Laid-Back Glamorous Wedding at Lovett Hall in Dearborn, Michigan

Dusty Miller, Dahlia and Juliet Rose Bridesmaid Bouquets

These bridesmaids carried soft, textured bouquets of juliet roses, dahlias, dusty miller, sweet peas and stock flowers for a wild, lush floral look.

From the album: A Classic English Wedding at Fulham Palace in London, England

 

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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