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asked Jun 10, 2012 in Bridal Wear by anonymous
recategorized Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
  
 

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Roses are a more romantic choice, and are the most common, but most brides choose bouquet flowers depending on the color theme. But if you prefer something a bit cheaper then you might like alstroemerias—they're similar to orchids but are less expensive. For a summer wedding, a mixture of calla lilies and hydrangeas will also look great.


answered Jun 10, 2012 by anonymous
edited Mar 9, 2013 by anonymous
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It is all about personal preference and what is in season! Once you have picked your color palette take a look at what fresh blooms are available around your wedding day that blends with your overall vision. Be sure to compile inspirational ideas that your floral designer can view, whether they are photos from weddings or your favorite printed dress inspiration can help mold the perfect vision and help your florist understand you! Think statement flowers and personal touches for your bridal bouquet; it will be featured in all of your wedding day photos. If budget is a concern this is the perfect place to focus your specialty flowers. I’m a firm believer in quality over quantity for bridal bouquets, now is the chance to use the lush exotic blooms! Don’t forget to add a personal touch, this is the perfect spot for a small family photo in a charm or a piece of your mother’s wedding dress. A small touch that only you will know is there on your special day. -Jordan, Floral Director, Bold American Events


answered Jun 22, 2015 by anonymous