There's an exhibition in England now with lots of opulent garments. Not a print to be seen, but lots of embroidery.
There's not a single rose that's semi double or double. (Sort of the opposite of the roses painted , maybe because it's easier to paint a centifolia.)
And the single roses on the royal vestments are all single as far as I could tell. Not only are they easier to embroider, but rose leaves are distinctive, as well.
Anyway, here's a link that includes Queen Mary's coronation gown as well as a piece of the only gown owned by Queen Elizabeth I. For the latter, there might be roses. For the former there are many.