The Brights Grande Bouquet

Grace Rose Farm offers beautifully handcrafted bouquets with fresh roses straight from the farm. Have a birthday, graduation, or holiday coming up? Our Grace Bouquets make the perfect gift! 

Our Brights Classic Bouquet features medium to bright pink, fuchsia and apricot fragrant garden roses and may include any of the following varieties: Princess Alexandra of Kent, Munstead Wood, Carding Mill, Evelyn, and Princess Charlene of Monaco. Bouquets are handmade and tied off with ribbon. Our Grande Bouquetsare 36 stems and many stems have more than one bloom!

The Grace Bouquet

Our bouquets are designed at our farm and no two are the same. We artfully build them by hand, just like a bridal bouquet, so there is equal beauty around the entire bouquet. For this reason, there is no recipe when we create our bouquets. Each rose is hand selected by our designers to be paired with complementary roses and locally grown foliage to create one-of-a-kind bouquets.

Your roses are cut, designed and packed as tight buds per the photos shown here. Once you unwrap and place your roses in a vase, they will open fully.

If you need your roses to be fully open for a particular day, be sure to order them so you receive them 2-3 days in advance.

The Grace Rose Farm Difference

We are often asked what makes our roses different than roses one may find at a floral shop, grocery store or national website. Simply, our roses are sustainably grown outdoors in the USA, have a high petal count, heirloom shape, are beautifully fragrant and cut fresh just a day or two prior to arriving in our customers’ homes. With the majority of roses in the USA coming from overseas and grown indoors, we realize most Americans don’t know what a garden rose is unless they have rose bushes in their own garden. We are proud to be the only rose growers offering field grown garden roses direct to you and hope you fall in love with garden roses just as we have!

Learn more about how to care for your fresh garden roses here.

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