Wooden Rose Ideas and Stories 2017-09-13T13:19:55+00:00

Wooden Rose Ideas and Stories

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  1. Cheryl Jenkins January 26, 2012 at 1:13 am - Reply

    Your Wooden Roses really added a nice decorative touch to our centerpieces. Our guests commented on them several times, and they all really enjoyed taking them home as a beautiful keepsake. Thanks guys!

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  2. Jaimie February 14, 2012 at 9:24 pm - Reply

    My fiance and I are planning on attaching our roses to pens for guests to use, we will have several by the guest book and one at each seat. (We’re making activity cards for with tidbits about us to give our guests something to do before dinner)

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  3. Mary Schmitt February 28, 2012 at 8:09 pm - Reply

    My daughter had blue as a wedding color and she had blue wooden roses made for every special person in her life that had passed that could not be at her wedding made with their name engraved on the wooden rose petal. We placed a photo of that person next to their little vase of engraved blue rose and at the end of the wedding she presented the photo with a special frame and rose to the special mother who had lost her son (my daughter’s classmate) her grandparent who had survived etc…. it was very moving and made the event very special in making sure they were there spiritually if not physically. We had a total of 5 memorials of grandparents and a dear classmate of hers and the memorial table lit with memorial candles and the vases were just beautiful! Everyone commented on it and loved the special memorial and thoughts of the loved ones. Thanks Mary

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  4. Linda May 20, 2013 at 7:47 am - Reply

    Centerpiece – using wooden roses w/baby breath in vase w/glass beads or water peals (colored – maybe w/light?) in vase w/heart sparkler as part of centerpiece.
    Guest favors – heart sparkler or wooden flower w/name and date tag of bride & groom/date
    Using 36″ sparkler for outside wedding for (lit) when bride & groom say “I Do” and presented to guests as “Mr. & Mrs.” (placed in ground on either side)

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  5. Darla June 2, 2013 at 2:37 pm - Reply

    I received a wooden rose for Valentines Day and fell in love with it. When my boyfriend proposed I knew that I wanted my bouquets made from wooden roses. I will be using wooden roses for all my flowers, bouquets and centerpieces. I know they will make my special day that much more special and I will be able to look at my bouquet years from now and remember that special day all over again.

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  6. Dianne Bartlett February 11, 2014 at 8:17 pm - Reply

    We are ordering 250 of these roses in various colors to sell as a fundraiser. I think they should sell well at $1.00 and we’ll make $200.00 profit for our non profit group. If they do well we’re gong to make this our signature fundraiser.

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  7. Angela October 17, 2015 at 1:58 pm - Reply

    My parents have a wedding photograph of their hands wearing their wedding bands resting together on a Birch tree trunk. My dad was so pleased to see Birch trees on the property of my venue to recreate that photo on my wedding day. As soon as I read that these wooden roses are made from Birch trees, I knew it would be the perfect surprise! I plan to use the roses for my centerpieces, guest favors, and for the Unity Rose ceremony. I am not telling my parents. I want them to be surprised! They are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary two months before my own wedding. It’s like it was meant to be!!

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