The 40th wedding anniversary or red wedding anniversary is a special occasion, why not celebrate it in style. The red roses are symbolic of the big milestone, symbolising passion, victory, triumph and impulsive love, each couple must reach that important milestone. The red roses also represent the bride and the groom symbolising their eternal bond. If your wedding is on the big day, you should be thinking about having red roses for your attendants, they will love them. The bridesmaids and the attendants are the people who attend your wedding for years together and their participation in your special day is priceless, so they deserve to get special attention from you.
You can get your red rose bouquet either as long as the couple and their guests or shorter like the guests of the bride and the groom, either way they are equally important and must have their own place on the table. The main idea is that every person at the reception will wear their own red rose. One red rose bouquet per guest and one for the bride and groom. There is no need for any longer than that. A red rose bouquet will make your wedding day a success if it is beautifully arranged.
The most common form of the red rose bouquet is the traditional long robe, which can take up to four hours to be ready. For some couples, they prefer to make their bouquets in their own unique style, this would be a nice touch as well. To do this, you can order a long red rose bouquet, but choose only the leaves that fit with the theme. The most popular is the long red rose, but there are other styles available, depending on what sort of theme you want to have.
A simple red rose bouquet could include just one flower. It could be a small rose or an arrangement of roses. It would look best as a single flower on the long bouquet with a matching ribbon around it and tied around the base. The same bouquet could be used for the bride and the groom, and if they are both wearing red, the ribbon would match, but if the bride is not, you could add a ribbon for her. and a bow for him. You could also include a smaller pink or red rose and white or yellow roses to accentuate the long red bouquet.
The bouquet could also be made with more than one rose. If it is a long red rose, a few smaller red roses could be placed at various places around the bouquet, and tied up together for a more elegant look. If it is a longer rose bouquet, the bride and the groom could wear some short red roses at different locations, either on their right hand, left hand and on their foot and at the back of their dress. Again, it would look good if the ribbon was used on top of the long roses and if the bouquet was longer you could tie them up on their head.
You can have long red roses tied at the bottom of the long bouquet and use one red rose for each of the bride and the groom and a rose for the bridesmaids. If the bride has pink roses and the groom has red roses, then they will be placed on each shoulder. The bridesmaids will have their own red rose, as these are traditionally used as symbols of loyalty, friendship and fidelity. For the men, you can have pink roses to signify their loyalty to the bride to the groom and you can also add the traditional black rose to symbolise their friendship.