Wedding Inspiration: Flowers Pt 2

So these pictures don’t need a lot of explanation other than that they use or combine several of the florals I mentioned in my last post. I like each arrangement for a different reason. I’m not sure of all of the flowers in each bouquet, and some of them do have the more traditional flowers—roses and calla lilies, but I would substitute them for something else. There’s a lot of photos…and I failed to mark where they’re all from. Oops—bad blogger etiquette.

Bridal Bouquets

Love the use of Lamb’s Ear and Ranunculus in this bouquet.

Love the combination of tansy and wildflowers in this one.

I think the white flowers are super–opened dahlias, and I think the long white and green guys are a type of Celosia(?).

Cotton in bouquets…

Bring on the succulents. Succulents is probably the one floral I am requiring be in my bouquet.

This one is seriously probably my absolute favorite out of the whole bunch.

Maids’ Bouquets
I’m not going to be too picky for the girls’ bouquets. Just as lock as they stand out from their dark blue dresses and have texture. Right now we’re thinking a monochromatic yellow with same mango colored accents. These two bouquets are probably 2 to 3 times the size my maids’ bouquets will be, but they both have the colors and texture I like. Check out the gorgeous dahlia in the second bouquet.

Bouts
I’m also not going to be too picky with the boutonnieres. Just as long as they stand out from the khaki/tan suits. I love the grass in these bouts, but it may be a bit overkill. Of course a bout made with whatever flowers are being put in my bouquet is fine as well.

And of course a cotton bout. These may not stand out too well on a khaki/tan suit but I still love how full the bout is.

I could have put up another 50 images, but I thought these kind of rounded out the flowers I had in mind to use and showed a nice variety. Now I just need to get an idea of what I’d like to do for reception decor…

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