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Wedding Bouquets (Part 3)

Flowers chiqweddings 2010.07.07 14:34:22
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A Modern Wedding - Ryan’s florist upped the glamour of her cascading bouquet of white Oriental lilies by adorning it with rhinestones and satin ribbon.

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A Casual Wedding - Rebecca’s bouquet consisted of orchids and roses and her bridesmaids carried calla lilies. She repurposed them as decorative elements on the cake table.

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A Traditional Wedding - Because Minou and Joshua had a traditional Iranian sofreh aghd (a lavish cloth covered with food and other items representing various elements of a blessed marriage, in front of which wedding vows are exchanged), which is always decorated in rich jewel tones, Minou wanted to keep the ceremony flowers white. She carried a bouquet of cymbidium orchids and stephanotis.

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An Outdoor Wedding - Melissa left the design of her bouquet entirely up to her florist. She was thrilled with the results: a gorgeous bouquet of romantic peonies, ranunculus, hydrangeas, calla lilies, tulips, and sweet pea.

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A Modern Wedding

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A Casual Wedding - Kim wanted a large pop of color when it came to her personal flowers so she opted for a bouquet of red dahlias.

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A Casual Wedding - To personalize her bouquet of white mini calla lilies, tulips, dahlias, and roses, Kara added a crystal brooch that matched the one on her dress.

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A Traditional Wedding - The bride’s bouquet of white ranunculus, peach tulips, white hydrangea, and white roses stood out just enough from the ivory and champagne theme to look special without being too different.

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A Garden Wedding - White ostrich feathers added a unique flare to Jennifer’s hydrangea and rose bouquet.

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A Modern Wedding - Ana wanted her all-white bouquet to have texture and dimension --she achieved that by carrying an arrangement of hydrangeas, cymbidium orchids, cabbage roses, calla lilies, and freesia. The wrap incorporated a rosary that she’d bought at the Vatican on a trip to Italy. “Since I’m Catholic, and we weren’t having a Catholic ceremony, I wanted to carry a little piece of that with me.”

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A Courtyard Wedding - Alison carried a mostly monochromatic bouquet but the loose arrangement of red roses, orchids, and gloriosa lilies made it visually interesting. Her maid of honor’s bouquet was a smaller version of her own.

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An Outdoor Wedding - Christine worked bleached peacock feathers into a lush bouquet of black calla lilies, ivory and green roses, ivory ranunculus, begonia leaves, and green hanging amaranthus.

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A Modern Wedding - Katy loved her white and green bouquet of hydrangeas, orchids, and hypericum berries. An ivory satin ribbon stitched with the wedding date and adorned with her great grandmother's blue earrings personalized the bouquet.

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A Mountaintop Wedding - Andrea carried a bright pink bouquet of her favorite flower -- peonies.

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A Casual Wedding - To contrast her bridesmaids’ bright-colored dresses and bouquets, Sarah carried an all-white bouquet of garden roses.

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A Rustic Wedding - Hinako carried a bouquet of delicate baby’s breath wrapped with champagne ribbon.

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An Outdoor Wedding - Amy carried a lush pink bouquet of dahlias, roses, and calla lilies with a few white calla lilies in the mix.

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A Vintage Wedding - Yvonne worked with her planner to find seasonal flowers in shades of ivory. They chose heirloom garden roses, freesia, tulips, nerine lilies, and mint, which kept the arrangement smelling minty fresh all night.

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A Vineyard Wedding - Tami carried a soft bouquet of pink roses, hydrangeas, sedum, and white lisianthus accented with tiny crystals.

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A Classic Wedding - The couple decided all-white flowers would convey an elegant vibe, so Shawnti carried a full, round bouquet of white roses, freesia, French tulips, and gardenias.

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