Can you see the pattern developing as more and more roses are added to the design?
Don't forget to keep an eye on the sides of your design. Most bridal bouquets should have a three quarters view, to avoid the flattened look of only designing from the front.
All lines start in the center and spray outwards to the outer edges of the bouquet.
My roses in the front get cut a little shorter and are pushed directing in and facing outward.
The design is filling in nicely. You can see natural "holes" that need to be filled with more roses.