Wedding Bouquet Flowers

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Searching for wedding flowers can be fun, but it can also be challenging because there are so many beautiful choices.

There are modern blooms and classic blossoms. There are big flowers and small ones. And, there are flowers in so many gorgeous hues. So, how do you choose? You look through tons of pictures, and you read a lot about flower combinations that will give you the look that you want for your wedding.

We wanted to offer you a few suggestions for flowers, and bouquets, that we thought would look amazing at a wedding. Here’s some that we think you’ll love:

Baby’s Breath Bridesmaid Bouquet

If you want flowers that are pretty and simple for your bridesmaids, give them a small bouquet of baby’s breath. This classic flower is stunning when used as the center of attention. It’s also affordable if you’re sticking to a tight wedding budget.

Colorful Bridesmaid Bouquet

We love a colorful bridesmaid bouquet, especially one made with vibrant purple blossoms like passion vine, clematises, garden roses, and wild berries. This unstructured bouquet works well for casual and formal affairs.

Oversized Bridesmaid Bouquet

Let your bridesmaids be seen with a whimsical, oversized bouquet of pink garden roses, hydrangeas, cymbidium orchids, and dusty millers.

Ivory Bridal Bouquet

For a bridal bouquet that’s simple, yet elegant, go with a combination of ivory garden roses, clematises, and passion vine. Add lavender and greenery for even more sophistication.

Garden Bridal Bouquet

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For a bridal bouquet that looks like it was just picked from the garden, choose an arrangement of Queen Anne’s lace, garden roses, scabiosa, ranunculus, and lisianthus.

Any of these flowers, or bouquets, would surely look beautiful being held by you or someone close to you.

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Searching for wedding flowers can be fun, but it can also be challenging because there are so many beautiful choices.There are modern blooms and classic blossoms. There are big flowers and small ones. And, there are flowers in so many gorgeous hues. So, how do you choose? You look through tons of pictures, and you read a lot about flower combinations that will give you the look that you want for your wedding.

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