Rose wedding bouquets can take on more interest if you vary the size or colors of contrasting flowers. Since roses and stock are my main flowers in this design, I'm going to create a little texture interest by adding some (smaller) white spray roses.
There are usually about 3 or 4 rose heads and buds on every since spray rose stem.
Peel off any outer damaged guard petals until you have a perfect rose.
Cut off excess roses and set aside for corsage and boutonniere work.
Keep the stem of the remaining single spray rose a little longer, since you'll have to work it down between the stock and standard roses.
Angle the stem in towards the center and the flower head outward like it's larger counterpart.
Tuck a few spray roses here and there. Don't feel it has to be too perfect.