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From how to pick the best buds for your wedding bouquet to tricky questions about working with your florist, our wedding etiquette experts weigh in on all things related to your big day. How can I differentiate my own wedding bouquet from my bridesmaids' bouquets? There are several ways you can make your the blooms in your wedding bouquet look slightly different than your bridesmaids' bouquets. One option is to simply go bigger. Ask your florist to add a few more oversized buds to your bouquet or experiment with a different shape. Another idea is to play with color. Make your bridesmaids' buds monochrome and yours bursting with color, or vice-versa. Finally, you can also change the look (and price!) of a wedding bouquet simply by the flowers you choose. Design your dream wedding bouquet and then ask your florist to recreate it for your girls using less pricey floral counterparts.


Have you ever wondered if hydrangeas come in blue? (They do!) Are you curious as to whether or not you can find orchids year round? (You can!) Compiling your dream wedding bouquet is part inspiration, part knowledge, and we've got them both covered in this comprehensive guide to wedding flowers by color.

Ivory ribbon was all this bouquet required to keep the look crisp and classic. The bride worked with Marianmade Farm Fresh Florals to design a wedding that "highlighted all the colors of fall, the rustic elegance and purity of Maine, while remaining organic to our vintage style."


How can i make my bridal bouquet look different from my bridesmaids' bouquets