Did you know that Rosaholics has spray roses and bouquets bustling with small flower varieties, too? Take a look at how small flowers can make a big impact in creative bouquets.

Let’s be honest – small flowers are not really our focus here at Rosaholics. Instead, we’re all about creating bold bouquets made up of loud, luscious roses with massive bloom size for maximum impact. And if you’re looking for a drop-dead-gorgeous bouquet of radiant roses, you’re in the right spot! All-rose bouquets are always stunning, but sometimes the beauty of big blooms can be enhanced with a little help from understated greenery and small flowers, too.

Small flowers certainly have a place in sweeping displays, and though they may not always get the main spotlight and attention, they can be vital to dynamic floral arrangements that feature multiple flower varieties. As the saying goes, “There are no small parts, only small actors.” When creating mesmerizing floral arrangements, this statement truly blossoms. Every flower – no matter how big or small – adds to the composition of a flower bouquet, and each bud carries incredible importance.

Bouquets that combine small buds, big roses, greenery, and more must find a compelling balance that allows each flower to contribute to the beauty of the whole bouquet. It can be a balancing act, and there are many thoughtful techniques and methods that go into the making of an unforgettable bouquet. As any artist or designer will tell you, it is not always the beauty alone that makes for a stunning floral arrangement – using each piece perfectly is essential in the art of floral design. 

Best Small Flower Varieties

There are many small flower varieties that are popular picks for creative displays. And not all supporting stems are flowers, either! Greenery can also add depth to floral arrangements, which is why grasses and other natural sprigs are often used to boost the impact of flower bouquets. Here are a few common small flower varieties and grasses that are used in fresh flower bouquets:

  • Alstroemeria (also called Lily of the Incas)
  • Daisy
  • Dahlia
  • Hydrangea
  • Spray Roses
  • Baby’s Breath
  • Eucalyptus
  • Ruscus

5 Gorgeous Bouquets with Small Flowers

Mixing and matching different sprigs of flowers and greenery requires careful attention and a special eye. While many Rosaholics bouquets feature a breathtaking rally of roses alone, there are also many bouquets available that include small flowers, spray roses, and fresh greenery to enliven the aesthetic and create a dynamic floral display. Take a look at 5 gorgeous bouquets available that feature small flowers and a striking mix of fresh varieties alongside beautiful roses.

Maroon Unique Rose Bouquet – Classic red roses are delicately surrounded by sprigs of green eucalyptus and crisp white baby’s breath in this fresh flower bouquet. This combination creates a delicate display that feels elegant and timeless, making it perfect for sincere occasions, like weddings, anniversaries, graduations, and more. The contrast of the white baby’s breath with the deep red roses brings visual intensity and helps emphasize the spectacular form of each individual red rose. 

Ti Amo Fresh Flower Bouquet – Sweet little pink daisies and delicate white lilies dress up this bouquet of big roses in soft cream and blush tones. The tiny daisies and lilies add different shapes and textures into the mix, making this bouquet delightfully charismatic. Small sprigs of greenery bring the bouquet together, resulting in a lovely arrangement fit for almost any event. 

Principessa Fresh Rose Bouquet – Small, peach-colored spray roses are gently tucked between larger roses in soft pink and cream hues, adding depth and whimsy to this cheery bouquet. A subtle touch of greenery creates contrast with the light-colored roses, adding to the beauty of this arrangment. Perfect for birthdays, graduations, weddings, or other special events, the Principessa Bouquet shares a fun and celebratory spirit.

Grazie Mille Fresh Flower Bouquet – When mixing small flowers with larger varieties, sticking to a single color can help draw attention to the shapes and textures present. This technique is perfected in the Grazie Mille Bouquet, which combines roses, daisies, hydrangeas, and lilies in a sweeping sea of white tones. Sprigs of light green only deepen the beauty of the display, giving this arrangement an effortless allure that complements any occasion.

O.M.G. Fresh Flower Bouquet – Stemming from the monochromatic white theme, this bouquet plays with green tones a bit more, resulting in a fresh and fun arrangement. White daisies, roses, and hydrangeas are still present, but lime green succulents add a playful note that makes the O.M.G. Fresh Flower Bouquet extra unique.

These five bouquets show off the magic of mixing small flowers and greenery with bigger blooms, like traditional roses. Perfect as a special gift or a centerpiece at home, any of these vibrant bouquets are sure to brighten the day and bring beauty in the present moment. Plus, they can be shipped anywhere nationwide!

DIY Floral Design with Spray Roses

Have you ever considered tackling the art of floral design at home? If so, why not pick out a few different varieties of spray roses from Rosaholics and get going on your own flower arrangement?! Spray roses are small flowers that have a slightly smaller head size than our traditional roses, and they typically feature two or three buds on a single stem. This makes them PERFECT for practicing the art of flower arrangement with small flowers. Be sure to order a dozen or two of full-size roses to mix and match alongside spray roses in your bouquet.

In addition to full-size roses and spray roses, Rosaholics also has alstroemerias, hydrangeas, and sunflowers, so you can experiment with small flowers alongside bigger blooms. And if you like the idea of picking out your own small flowers, spray roses, full-size roses, and more, you can always assemble your own bouquet. We’ll cut each selected flower fresh and ship them all straight to your doorstep for an easy, unique bouquet that shows off your creative style!

June 19, 2023 — Aimee WF
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