Wedding Bouquets

Your wedding bouquet is a very personal choice. After all your bouquet reflects your personality. Minimalist and stylish or bright and bubbly, your bouquet should be styled according to your wedding theme and reflect your personality. It is such an important decision for you. Email us your ideas and pictures and we will hep you bring them to life.

Button Holes

Button Holes or boutonniers are worn on the left lapel of the suit jacket. They are worn by the bridegroom, bestman, groomsmen, and the fathers of the bride and groom. These are usually made up of a flower that matches the bride’s bouquet.


Corsage tradition. It is thought that originally the gentleman would bring a gift of flowers for the parents of his date, and would select one flower to give to his date which would then be carried or attached to her clothing. Corsages of course have become more formal and besides being a gift for their date they also are worn by the important people in wedding parties. Corsages are also sometimes worn on a woman’s wrist. Our wedding co-ordinator will be able to assist you in selecting the right design.

Gift Bunches

Flower Bouquets are collections of flowers in a creative arrangement. Flower bouquets can be arranged for the decor of homes or public buildings, or may be handheld. Historically we find that the Egyptions used flower bouquets as early as 2500 BC. However we can’t imagine that they would have the luxury of a rose bouquet from Murambi Roses. Giving a gift or expressing your emotions of sympathy or love couldn’t be done better than with a Murambi Rose Bouquet. Call us today to have your bouquet delivered.

Funeral Arrangments

Many people consider roses a symbolic gesture of intimate love towards a person. While this remains true of certain colors and varieties, roses can be a great addition to funeral flower arrangements. For instance, white roses evoke feelings of reverence, innocence, humility, and youthfulness. Pink roses stand for love, appreciation, grace, and gentility. Dark red roses express grief and sorrow. Friends of the deceased can give yellow roses to symbolize their loyalty. A single rose in a bouquet symbolizes enduring love for the recently passed.


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