A fairly new rose variety called Toffee has florists and brides equally excited for this coming 2019 wedding season. The toffee rose is a beautiful vintage looking rose that has a unique creamy caramel colour and opens to reveal a very full and lush rose with a large head size compared to many other rose varieties. We've had the privilege of using these South American grown roses in 2018 for some of our events and can report that in addition to their amazing colour and fullness, their vase life is also incredible, lasting up to two weeks and sometimes longer. Will you be incorporating this dream rose into your wedding floral design?
Scroll down to see how the team at Flowers by Janie has incorporated Toffee roses into our recent wedding and event floral design work.
Our bride Brittany's favorite flower is the Toffee rose so it was a must for her fall wedding, which turned into a winter wonderland on their mid October wedding day. Other flowers in her bouquet included anemones, ranunculus, eryngium and white Playa Blanca roses. Photos by Rocky Mountain Photo Co
Megan and Justin eloped at Lake Louise this fall. We designed Megan's bouquet to feature Toffee roses and toffee coloured Sahara Rudbeckia (aka Black Eyed Susan). Other flowers included Merlot and Black Knight scabiosa, Roseanne brown lisianthus and chocolate lace flower.