I included creamy 'Crocus Rose,' which blends nicely with many other roses.
There were just a couple of peachy-pink 'Abraham Darby' blooms left, so I tucked those in as well.
'Princess Alexandra of Kent' had a bunch of blooms that would have faded quickly in the heat if I left them outside, so into the vase they went.
It's always nice but doesn't always happen that a beautiful bouquet also smells lovely. These roses have nice fragrances already, but a few springs of spearmint never hurt.
Smaller side blooms from 'Invincibelle Spirit' hydrangea were the perfect color to blend with these roses.
The end result was a tight bunch of yummy-smelling roses in a soft, warm color scheme.