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Wedding Bouquets (Part 4)

Flowers chiqweddings 2010.07.07 14:34:22
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A Traditional Wedding - Margaret’s bouquet had the perfect mix of formal (to match the church ceremony) and laid back (to match the BBQ, log cabin reception). She carried garden roses, poppies, herbs, scented geranium, berries, and bunny tail grass.

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A New Year's Eve Wedding - About 100 Black Magic roses made up Kristin’s gorgeous hand-tied bouquet. White sparkly fabric and crystal-and-pearl pins added a touch of winter elegance.

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A Beach Wedding - Vanessa carried a mix of white cymbidium orchids with a hot-pink lip and hot-pink calla lilies.

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An Outdoor Wedding - Kaili carried a mix of fuchsia hydrangea, yellow sunflowers, fuchsia dahlias, yellow calla lilies, and fuchsia cymbidiums. The stems were tied together with a pink knitted wrap that the planner’s sister made by hand.

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A Traditional Wedding - Erin wanted an all white bouquet and carried a mix of calla lilies and white roses with a few hypericum berries sprinkled throughout. It was secured with a white satin sash, pearl pins, and an emerald bracelet, which was supplied by a bridesmaid.

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A Traditional Wedding - Blue hydrangea, yellow ranunculus, yellow freesia, yellow pom-poms, and lemon leaves helped create the fresh-from-the-garden look Robin wanted.

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A Beach Wedding - Kandace carried an arrangement of simple white lilies. She left the colors for the maid of honor, who carried sunset-colored tiger lilies.

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An Outdoor Wedding - Jennifer walked down the aisle with a variety of garden blooms including hydrangea, peonies, garden roses, confederate jasmine, scented geranium, and ranunculus. A midori clover-and-cream striped ribbon added the finishing touch.

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A Casual Wedding - Brittany originally wanted to carry peonies but they were out of season. Her florist offered to get them but, as an alternative, showed her David Austin roses, which she loved.

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A Traditional Wedding - Lizzy carried a bouquet of pink roses, calla lilies, and green cymbidium orchids accented with crystal letters -- an “L” and an “H” -- for her and Howard’s initials.

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A Beach Wedding - Jenny opted for a lush all-white bouquet of peonies to fit in with the wedding’s natural, beachy vibe.

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A Tented Wedding - A round bouquet of calla lilies, jade roses, and delphinium reflected the colors of the day. A leftover piece of fabric from Ginny’s gown tied the stems together.

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A Winter Wedding - A red velvet ribbon secured the bride’s loose bouquet of snow white amaryllis, mistletoe, and fresh cedar.

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A Forrest Wedding - Sprays of black beads added an unexpected element to Melyssa's all-white bouquet of hydrangeas, ranunculus, stephanotis and dendrobium orchids.

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A Formal Wedding - Jessica carried a vibrant combination of yellow calla lilies, roses, spider mums, and chocolate cosmos in a gorgeous asymmetrical bouquet wrapped with twisted grapevine.

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A Mountain Wedding - The floral designer contrasted the soft look of dahlias, peonies, and tulips with hearty green succulents for the unique look Amy wanted.

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A Formal Wedding - In her own bouquet, Kelly carried soft pink and ivory peonies with fiddlehead ferns.

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A Traditional Wedding - Adrienne carried a white, cream, and orange bouquet of dahlias (they’re in-season during the fall) and roses packed tightly and wrapped with brown ribbon.

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A Beach Wedding

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A Modern Wedding - Orange roses and dark-purple calla lilies popped against Chandra’s dress and incorporated both traditional and more contemporary fall wedding hues.
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