At Magnaflor we have the best wedding flowers. 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 third 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 Gotcha Rose is perfectly named for a wedding. After all, the brides and grooms got each other for life! This rose has a striking magenta vibe. So, it is not a classic red rose by any stretch of the imagination. This rose stands on its own and carries with it a very large bloom. These large blooms will stun your guests along with their bold natural magenta color. The Gotcha Roses are perfect for brides, bridesmaids, grooms and groomsmen. They also go great on tables, arches, chairs or wall decoration. The color of this rose is so striking that people will notice that what they are looking at is not a standard red rose. They will notice right away the subtle beauty of the purplish red. This variety would be perfect for a reception or wedding inside a warm space, dark woods and old world elegance. The magenta is both bright and warm so it adds enough contrast to the space without deviating too much from the vibe of the room. These work great in any outdoor scenario as well.
The Gotcha Rose will be a dynamic addition to the festivities of your wedding, you will just keep finding places where you can use them!
Gotcha is still unknown in many circles and so if you are someone that appreciates the unique things in life, the Gotcha Rose is perfect for your big day.
Pictured above: Gotcha Rose
Credit: Austin Stewart