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Stems Making Big Statements

Flowers are one of the best parts of being a bride. It’s not everyday you carry a bundle of blooms around in your arms, wear them in your hair or ceremoniously toss them to your friends.

What you choose says something about you; it’s a part of your wedding day style. Consider what colors, shapes and sizes best suit you in our guide below.

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Soft & Sweet

You know who you are. Soft shades of pink petals make for an inarguably feminine look. When choosing your wedding day blooms, look for garden roses, peonies, ranunculus and even double-flowering tulips (a less expensive peony look-alike).

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Full of Flair

For the bride that’s not worried about being overshadowed, the bigger the bouquet the better. Choose flowers with serious volume and texture, like Delphinium or Queen of the Prairie. With flowers like these,  they’ll make you’re bouquet something to talk about.

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Wild & Wily

Grocery store bouquets don’t interest you? We get it. Some bridal styles call for a little something unusual. Flowers like protea and orchids are natural beauties, even when arranged in bouquets they still look wild and exotic.

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Crisp & Clean

Simplicity will never go out of style—and you can count on that. If you’re a bride with an eye for simple design go with basic shapes, long stems and simple, singular arrangements. A bouquet full of white anemone or narcissus will add a crisp freshness to your bridal look, not overpower it.

Photos courtesy of Mansur Gavriel

Ashley Miller

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