A Blush Pink Rose for a Summer Wedding

A Blush Pink Rose for a Summer Wedding

Blush, blush and more blush!

A colour theme for your wedding can shape every aspect of your magical day, from your invitations to the ribbon tied on your bridal bouquet.  Whether you are looking for a modern theme or taking your guests back in time with a vintage vibe, Keira (Ausboxer) will happily lead your colour palette.  Her blooms are filled with petals of soft pink and clotted cream tones that will create a blush backdrop and lots of memories to cherish. 

Keira Wedding Stationery David Austin Cutroses

There is a saying from Jean-Francois de La Harpe “We never forget those who make us blush” and we couldn’t agree more.

Keira Blush Wedding Bouquet David Austin Cut Roses
Keira Wedding Bouquet David Austin Cut Rose

The palest of blush pink silk ribbons is chosen to pair perfectly with a natural-styled posy of Keira blooms.  White frilly sweet peas dance between each rose with just very light throngs of foliage to keep the overall effect dreamy and romantic.  The perfect wedding bouquet to accompany you down the aisle. 

Keira Wedding Table David Austin Cut Roses
Keira Wedding Table Runner David Austin Cut Roses

Adorn your wedding reception tables with swathes of Keira roses, entertaining your guests with their delightful fragrance.  Add the finishing touches of menu cards at each place setting so that guests can muse over the feast to come.

Keira Wedding Cake David Austin Cut Roses

Don’t forget that your roses can dress your wedding cake too.  Vaani at Sugar Plum Bakes took inspiration from Keira’s raspberry ripple colouring to replicate in buttercream.  The finishing touch – an asymmetric cluster of Keira roses .

“I simply adore decorating my buttercream cakes with fresh flowers. I love the natural look of real fresh flowers and it really suits my understated cake designs. I especially love David Austin roses for their fragrance, their beauty and their multitude of delicate petals. This particular buttercream cake design was created to showcase the stunning Keira rose, which is known for its combination of blush pink and cream colours. I blended buttercream in shades of ivory and pink to create a raspberry ripple effect to capture the essence of the colouring of the rose. The sleek, sharp edges and the touch of edible gold leaf maintained a contemporary modern look and formed the perfect backdrop for this cluster of Keira roses.”

If you haven’t yet found the right colour theme, why not take a look at our “Seasonal Style Guide” which can be found on the “Brides” page on our website…. Or visit our Pinterest boards.  Happy wedding planning to all brides to be! 

Keira Wedding Roses David Austin Cut Roses


Wedding Roses: David Austin Wedding Roses | Floral Design, Styling &Photography: Janne Ford  | Wedding Stationery: Peonies and Paperclips | Wedding Cake: Sugar Plum Bakes

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