A box of spray roses may sound simple, but with just a few DIY tips from Blooms by the Box, it can turn into a truly stunning floral display. With this selection of spray roses, wholesale prices make for easy wedding and event planning. You can skip right past the overpriced florist and have these lovely spray roses shipped straight to your door. Blooms by the Box offers lush, beautiful flowers that can be shipped the very next day to ensure optimal freshness with every order.
Spray roses colors range from hot pink and orange to soft purple and white, which makes it easy to match these elegant flowers to your color palette for any event. In addition, the affordable prices are particularly appealing to budget-conscious brides and event planners. These roses are easy to arrange to fit any centerpiece or bouquet inspiration you might have in mind, so be sure to place your order for white spray roses, peach spray roses or another rose color at Blooms by the Box.
Popular Spray Rose Colors
Our spray roses come in a wide assortment of colors, including some you just don’t see every day! You’ll love Chablis, a soft, creamy color the hue of champagne, the sweetness of peach and the rare vision of lavender. Purple sky boasts a gradient like warmth of the setting sun, while light pink carries a uniform romance. You can’t go wrong with hot pink and red to make a bold statement, while orange and yellow will brighten anyone’s day. For a blank canvas, shop our white and pure white majolica tones.
Spray Rose Color Meanings
Red – Romance, love
Pink – Admiration, sweetness, care
Yellow – Friendship, joy, good cheer
White – Purity, innocence, both new beginnings and remembrance
Lavender – Love, relationships, just-to-say-I-love-you
Orange – Energy, feistiness, excitement, date night
Peach – Gratefulness, appreciation, thank you
Cream – Charm, thoughtfulness
Types of Spray Roses
Unlike single long stem roses, spray roses feature small, tight blooms that grow on multiple stems off one long stem. They create a nice complement in a bouquet to their single-stem cousins