The Best Wedding Flowers You’ve Never Heard Of: Part 4

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Wedding flowers are always the stars at any wedding. If the couple isn’t careful an impressive floral arrangement or top quality flower can overshadow the couple themselves! Classic varieties come in white, peach, cream and lavender. But luckily there is a place in the world that is blessed enough to be able to grow more than just those colors and many different varieties. That place is Ecuador.This is the fourth part of a multi-part series that explores beautiful, but to many in North America, unknown varieties of roses that would look amazing in any wedding. Whether you are a bride, bridesmaid, groom or a wedding planner/floral designer, you are going to want to join me in this journey of unknown rose varieties.THE ROSITA VENDELA ROSEThe Rosita Vendela Rose is something special. White and pink colors are often found at wedding celebrations, so this variety gives you the best of both worlds. This variety is more than a light pink or pinkish white rose. This rose has very distinct white and pink coloring. You can clearly see the true pink and white all within this one flower. While the bloom is not super large, it does not have to be impress your guest. They will all be mesmerized when they stare deeply into the blooms magical pink center. The color combination has a playful elegance. The bloom is as magical as the chocolate factory of Willy Wonka. In one moment your heart will jump as it did as a child when encountering something made of pure wonder. In another moment you will immediately feel comfortable and warm. The softness of the white and pink together gives of a vibe of wellness and joy. Remember what it was like when a loved one served you the most comfortable meal of your life? That is what your guests are going to feel at your celebration. A combination of wonder and joy, now you can’t beat that can you?These are perfect for a festive bouquet or an elegant table decoration. They are unique enough that you can set the trend. There you go, be a trendsetter.Pictured above: Rosita Vendela RoseCredit: Austin Stewart