Photo by Carlo Mendoza. Styling and stationery by Megan Wappel Designs. Flowers by Stôk Floral & Design.

For chic centrepieces, we love the look of David Austin roses in soft shades of pink mixed with greenery and set in low vases. Complete the vibrant look by adding a few complementary florals in vibrant shades of yellow, pink and orange.

Photo by Christine Choi. Flowers by Milieu Florals.

Another reason we love David Austin roses? The Juliet variety has the same pretty vibe and colouring as peonies–so they’re a great choice when peonies are not in season.

Photo via Floral Magic.

If you love the look of David Austin roses but want a more vintage touch, we suggest using the Keira rose, which is a ruffled variety available in blush pink and cream. Add this type of flower to a wreath to decorate your ceremony space or the backs of head table chairs at your reception.

Photo by Meg Fish. Flowers by Margaret Joan Florals.

When it comes to bouquet trends for 2016, bigger is better. For a touch of elegance, David Austin’s Kate rose is the perfect addition. Available in a rich raspberry shade, the Kate rose also gives your classic green bouquet a nice pop of colour.

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Bring your love of flowers to your ceremony with a decked out arbor covered in nothing but David Austin roses. Ask your floral designer to disperse them sporadically around your arbor for that romantic English garden look.