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BloomsByTheBox.com is thrilled to announce the new offering of bulk roses, making affordable roses for weddings and events an achievable wedding feat. It seems hard to find quality and price coupled together, usually one of those is comprised for the sake of the other, but not here.  Our specialty farm direct program allows you to purchase premium bulk roses at an extremely affordable price. All bulk roses are harvested, prepped, and packaged in Ecuador and shipped directly to your door with FedEx International Express Service.

Affordable Roses for Weddings

We have every color bulk rose you can imagine! From hot pink to bi-color orange roses! Take a look at our extensive color options, including specialty variety and even grower’s choice.

Bulk Rose Black Magic

We offer multiple sizes that allow you to pick not only the best price point but the best sizes for your arrangements. The 40cm roses are our economy size roses. They are just a bit smaller thank your standard size rose and sport a 40cm stem and are commonly used for corsages. The 50cm rose is the standard size rose that you most often see at your local florist, this is the best size for making bouquets. The 60cm rose has a large head and long stem. The large roses are most often used in large centerpiece arrangements.

Eskimo Rose

The bulk roses need to pre-ordered (need to order at least 10 days ahead) but if you are working on a shorter timeline than you can order from our in-stock roses category. You still get the amazing quality, can buy them in smaller quantities, and get them next day! BUT if you are ordering a large quantity, in advance, you can get a big price break by ordering from our bulk rose category.

Affordable Roses for Weddings

Affordable Roses for Weddings

Don’t see a color or variety that you need? Call us or get in touch! We look forward to making sure you get the exact flowers you want and need to your event, at the right price!

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Incorporating floral accents like wedding flower hair designs into your budget wedding decor can be a breeze. Placing flowers in your hair can be just as easy, affordable, and quick as it sounds. Here are some tips for flower hair designs for your wedding.

Wedding Flower Hair DesignsFlowers in Picture: Hydrangea florets, Baby’s breath!

1. Select light flower. Large and heavy flowers like lilies, roses, peonies, garden roses, and succulents are going to be hard to work into hair. They are too heavy and bulk for a simple DIY and the last think you need on your wedding day is frustration with your hair. The best flowers for the job are: Fillers (baby’s breath, waxflower, solidago etc.), freesia, ranunculus, florets from hydrangeas, spray mums, spray roses, sweetheart roses, anemones, lisianthus and dendrobium orchids.

 Flower Hair Pin

Make this design by using floral adhesive to attach and position white larkspur florets, pieces of cream astilbe, greens,and scabiosa to a plastic hair comb. Its very simple!

2. Don’t try to make a complicated design. Place simple clusters of flowers in your hair. If you plan on making a head band or halo make sure you have practiced in advance. Those designs can be a little more complex but easy to learn if done a few times. Check out with DIY floral head band tutorial if you want to learn how to make a floral head band.

3. Don’t over order. Less is more in this circumstance. You will not need to order extra flowers for this simple addition to your DIY. Just use a few blooms (remove them from their stems) and tastefully decorate.

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This week, Katie Couric‘s “Wednesday Weddings” featured Darcy Miller, the Editorial Director of Martha Stewart Weddings, giving advice on budget DIY wedding centerpieces! Darcy Miller walked through a beautiful display of DIY tables capes that are budget friendly, easy to create, and fashionable. Watch the full video and read below to download the corresponding resources.

1. Baby’s Breath & Printed Vellum Lace Vases – See how cylinder vases paired with baby’s breath can be jazzed up with Vellum paper! Simply print the lace design on vellum paper, you can download the pattern at Martha Stewart Weddings. To replicate the idea in the video, wrap the vellum paper around cylinders, napkin rings, and decorate votives. We particularly like this project because it is very low stress, low cost, simple, yet beautiful. It gives you the best of both worlds, aesthetic and budget friendly!

2. Fruit Centerpieces -  The trendy fruit centerpieces are super simple to put together. Get a bowl-like shaped vase, add lemons with greenery to achieve the look in the video. Darcy Miller added special candy decor that is very simple to DIY. Martha Stewart provides the candy labels for your wedding, just print the PDF, cut out each label, and glue them to tins!  And if you really want to venture out, alternate between fruit and flowers on your ceremony tables to introduce multiple textures to the atmosphere.

3. DIY Carnation Ombre Centerpieces – Ombre is trend that seems a more difficult to pull off than you think. Just grab flowers in multiple shades of the same color and them place them together from lightest to darkest! If you can’t find a specific flower in every shade you want, don’t rule out the option for floral spray (very authentic looking on flowers!). In the video, Darcy Miller and Katie Couric agree that using carnations in this way makes them look sleek and fashion forward. They are very affordable and can jazz up a wedding when used correctly.

Budget DIY wedding centerpieces are not as hard to put together as you may think! So many brides get in touch with us after creating DIY arrangements and tell us how much fun they had being creative. They had fun arranging and making the flowers so personal for their big day. So what do you think? You think you will make your DIY centerpieces?

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