Media Coverage

It’s All About the Dress

A bridal bouquet is a fashion accessory that "should accent the dress," not obscure it," says floral designer Lorraine Cooper, AIFD, in the September issue of Flowers& magazine. The article, aptly titled "It's All About the Dress," includes 12 bouquets she created...

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Flowers&: Raising the Bar on Wedding Style

Brides look to floral designers for fresh, creative wedding decor, but where do florists turn for inspiration? In the April issue of Flowers& magazine, editor Bruce Wright’s insightful article gets to the heart of an innovative program where floral designers can explore new approaches, improve skills and expand their creative scope.

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A Grower’s Story

Every bride deserves perfection — and that’s what she gets when she carries a David Austin Wedding Rose bouquet. Our blooms are perfect, because only the finest farms in the world are selected to grow our roses. In North America, that grower is Green Valley Floral in Salinas, Calif. The December issue of Flowers& includes a wonderful profile of Green Valley Floral, written and photographed by Bruce Wright. We’re pleased and proud to share it with you here.

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With wedding season well under way, today’s Wedding Wednesday blog post features a David Austin Roses Guide to help you choose if you’re a bride-to-be or wedding florist. Renown for their astonishing beauty, these luxury roses really do add a ‘WOW’ factor to bridal designs!

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Flirty Fleurs

Garden roses. The words evoke memories of a beloved grandmother’s garden, filled with soft, show-stopping roses that smelled like heaven. Nostalgia for these gorgeous, old-fashioned blooms has meant a huge surge in the popularity of garden roses in the bridal market and all signs indicate that they’re here to stay.

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ChicagoStyle Weddings

During his many years of breeding luxury garden roses for weddings, David J. C. Austin has become an expert on all things wedding floral design. David shares a few of his tips for stunning wedding floral trends in this feature article published by ChicagoStyle Weddings.

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California Wedding Day

The editors of California Wedding Day featured an exclusive interview with David Austin, founder of David Austin Roses, where he gave tips for making wedding floral design less daunting and much more fun!

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Florists’ Review

The August 2014 issue of Florists’ Review features four cut roses varieties available for weddings and events through floral designers: Beatrice, Constance, Carey, and Edith.

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Junebug Weddings

The editors of Junebug Weddings created their fashion report with the theme of “the art & architecture of fashion and floral design.” Bouquets of David Austin’s Juliet garden roses are paired with stunningly beautiful Vera Wang gowns in this high-fashion photo slideshow.

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Floral Verde

Floral Verde featured this lovely bridal bouquet of Juliet garden roses, peonies, astilbe, and sweet pea from a wedding at the Ault Park Rose Garden in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Romantic Homes

London-based interior stylist Selina Lake’s home was featured in the September 2014 issue of Romantic Homes. Throughout the house, multiple varieties of her favorite flowers, David Austin Roses, are on display for family, friends and her own enjoyment.

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The July / August 2014 issue of Flower features a North Carolina mountain wedding where the bride selected David Austin’s Patience roses as her bridal blooms of choice.

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Birmingham Home & Garden

Is there a better match than roses and rosé? Birmingham Home & Garden provides insight on summer’s favorite wines and roses, specifically David Austin Roses’ Juliet garden rose.

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Minnesota Bride

The Fall / Winter 2014 issue of Minnesota Bride encourages brides to add texture to their wedding florals in unexpected ways by using fruits, herbs and vegetables. The buttermilk white hue of David Austin Roses’ Patience easily complements these unique, fresh features.

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