David Austin Roses Announces New Beatrice Wedding Rose Introduction

David Austin Roses Announces New Beatrice Wedding Rose Introduction

David Austin Roses, a renowned English breeder of premium garden roses, today announced the introduction of a new wedding rose variety named Beatrice. This new variety joins the company’s collection of luxury garden roses that are now available to the United States wedding market.

Beatrice features large, full-petaled blooms of rich buttery-yellow paling to cream on the outside layers, carried on a strong, upright stem. The ruffled cup opens fully to a classic rosette. Its 83 petals radiate from the center in a loose swirl, giving it a natural garden rose appearance. Beatrice has a strong delicious fragrance with hints of honey, lilac and almond.

This new rose variety will be available in limited quantities beginning spring 2014, increasing to full accessibility towards the end of the year.

For more information about David Austin Roses’ Beatrice wedding rose, visit the company’s website at www.davidaustinrosesusa.com.

A Countryside, Beautiful Dream Wedding

A Countryside, Beautiful Dream Wedding

David Austin Roses is happy to have recently partnered with two distinguished wedding service-providers located in Alabama. The beautiful J&D Farms, a high-end end wedding venue whose owner is also a wedding photographer, and Hothouse Design Studio, a well-known and talented floral design company, collaborated with us in contributing professional wedding services to design a dream wedding for an authentically southern, wonderful couple.

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The wedding ceremony and reception abounded with 1,200 David Austin Roses wedding varieties in an array of floral designs. View the following photos and read their captions for the whole story.

The wedding took place on May 10, 2014, at J&D Farms. The venue’s owner, Danny McEachern, owner of J&D Farms, not only coordinated a beautiful setting for the event, but he also served as the wedding photographer. His talents are easily seen in this photo of the bride and groom stealing a kiss at their bucolic-style evening reception.

David Austin Roses donated over 1,200 luxury roses for the wedding, while Mandy Majerik, owner of Hothouse Design Studio, and her team of experts planned the wedding’s gorgeous floral décor. Seen above, Juliet roses were used to bed the bride and groom’s rings atop a countryside-style wooden plank, which was carried down the aisle by the ring bearer.

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The floral designs highlighted four David Austin Roses varieties, including Juliet, Patience, Charity, and Edith. They were featured as the predominant floral selections throughout the wedding’s rural, natural and slightly bohemian theme.

Taking center stage in the bridal bouquet, boutonnières, hanging tree accents, pew décor, and table centerpieces, David Austin Roses’ garden roses created a breath-taking ambience in keeping with the couple’s desired wedding concept. The bride’s bouquet included Juliet, Patience and Charity roses, blended with red and yellow hypericum berries and small-petalled pink floral accents.

Other floral arrangements with the roses included the bridesmaid bouquets, roses used as cake décor, altar ornamentation, and food table accent roses. As seen in the photo above, Juliet and Edith roses were carefully placed by Mandy and her team to create a cascading floral design atop this buttercream, textured cake.

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Hothouse Design Studio’s Mandy Majerik is known for bringing creativity to every wedding design, capturing the moment through setting the scene and making a wedding truly a reflection of the bride and groom, and her floral designs for this wedding were no exception.

J&D Farms’ wedding venue features an array of ideal countryside ceremony options for brides looking for indoor or outdoor weddings. For this particular wedding, the bride and groom chose a beautiful apple orchard for the wedding ceremony. In addition, the property’s barn, adorned with roses, hosted portions of the reception.

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The beautiful bride, Catherine Honeycutt Elmore, takes in the gorgeous J&D Farms wedding venue setting from an upstairs balcony, while holding her lovely bouquet of David Austin Rose varieties designed by Hothouse Design Studio.

Bridesmaids with their handheld bouquets, featuring Juliet, Patience and Charity wedding roses, designed as smaller replicas of the bride’s bouquet.

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A country-themed, pre-wedding scene captured by the artistic Danny McEachern, J&D Farms owner and photographer, showcasing the gorgeous bridal party bouquets by Hothouse Design Studio’s expert floral designer.

Learn more about David Austin Roses, J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studio, and gain creative ideas for your own dream wedding by visiting: www.davidaustinrosesusa.com, www.janddfarms.com and www.hothousedesignstudio.com.

David Austin Roses Helps Create Dream Wedding, Forms Alliance with J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studio

David Austin Roses Helps Create Dream Wedding, Forms Alliance with J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studio

David Austin Roses, a renowned English breeder of premium garden roses, today announced a strategic alliance with two distinguished wedding service-providers located in Alabama, including J&D Farms, a high-end end wedding venue whose owner is also a wedding photographer, and Hothouse Design Studio, a well-known floral design company. Joining forces, each company contributed professional wedding products and services to create a dream wedding for an Alabama couple.

Blog_CountrySide_2The wedding took place on May 10, 2014, at J&D Farms. The venue’s owner, Danny McEachern, not only coordinated a beautiful setting for the event, but he also served as the wedding photographer.

David Austin Roses donated over 1,200 luxury roses for the wedding, while Mandy Majerik, owner of Hothouse Design Studio, and her team of experts planned the wedding’s floral décor.

“We are happy to have partnered with J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studio to help make the Honeycutt-Elmore wedding a beautiful affair,” says David Austin, managing director of David Austin Roses.

The floral designs highlighted four David Austin Roses varieties, including Juliet, Patience, Charity, and Edith. The roses were featured as the predominant floral selections throughout the wedding’s rural, natural and slightly bohemian theme. Taking center stage in the bridal bouquet, boutonnières, hanging tree accents, pew décor, and table centerpieces, David Austin Roses’ garden roses created a breath-taking ambience in keeping with the couple’s desired wedding concept.

Blog_CountrySide_4Other floral arrangements with the roses included the bridesmaid bouquets, roses used as cake décor, altar ornamentation, and food table accent roses.

Hothouse Design Studio’s Majerik is known for bringing creativity to every wedding design, capturing the moment through setting the scene and making a wedding truly a reflection of the bride and groom, and her floral designs for this wedding were no exception.

J&D Farms’ wedding venue features an array of ideal countryside ceremony options for brides looking for indoor or outdoor weddings. For this particular wedding, the bride and groom chose a beautiful apple orchard for the wedding ceremony. In addition, the property’s barn, adorned with roses, hosted portions of the reception. The setting was planned to evoke memories of a bygone era. Weathered floors, rough sawn pine, primitive farm décor, and soft dramatic lighting created an atmosphere layered in rustic elegance and charm.

David Austin Roses, J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studios collaborated on the wedding to ensure the bride and groom’s day held special meaning. The alliance partners will now co-promote each other for public relations and relationship-building purposes. This includes post-wedding marketing campaigns wherein each alliance partner will share details about the event and contributors by way of social media platforms and traditional editorial and magazine campaigns. Photos of the wedding will be posted during May on each company’s websites and social networking channels.

For more information about David Austin Roses, J&D Farms and Hothouse Design Studio, visit www.davidaustinrosesusa.com, www.janddfarms.com and www.hothousedesignstudio.com, respectively.

Brides

Brides

BridesOnline_050514Brides recently featured David Austin Roses’ Juliet garden rose as a wonderful wrist-corsage for bridesmaids. See why this trend is becoming more popular for 2014.

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New Jersey Bride

New Jersey Bride

NJBride_050514The Spring 2014 issue of New Jersey Bride showcases Juliet and Patience wedding roses in a styled wedding headpiece and table centerpiece. Learn from the editors how to be this creative and gorgeous on your special day!

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