Post # 1
Do you think I can go with a white Baby´s Breath bouquet when my dress is champagne?
And how do you like the bouquet I arranged today? 🙂
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Post # 3
I think it will look good! Its enough of a contrast to look good. If it was ivory I prob wouldnt feel the same way.
Post # 4
I love baby breath bouquets!
Post # 5
My dress was fairly ivory and I had baby’s breath and you really can’t tell. Because they are so small and broken up I think it’s not as noticeable. My dress doesn’t even look as ivory as it did in ‘real life’ in this picture. I’m not sure how it would look with a champagne dress, but if you already tried out a bouquet, maybe you could do it again when you have your dress so you could hold it up?
Post # 6
Sure, I think the only reason this wouldn’t work is if you were unhappy with the color of your dress and wanted to make it look whiter, in which case you would want to contrast it with darker colors, not lighter.
I think the white on champagne looks beautiful though!
Post # 7
The bouquet is lying on my wedding dress in picture 1 and 2. And The ribbion around the bouquet is from my wedding dress (from the lace up). Picture 3 shows the bouquet lying on the kneeling pillow (for prayer of blessing).
@brianalaura – you look gorgeous! Thanks for your pic!
Post # 8
is your dress by chance the maggie Sottero Gatsby? I love all baby’s breath!
Post # 9
@zauberfee – no problem! If only the picture wasn’t ruined by the dollar store flowers my Mother-In-Law put on the trellis right before the ceremony. OY. MOTHER IN LAWS!
Post # 10
@vistgirl – yes, its the Gatsby 🙂 Isnt she gorgeous?
@Branalaura – sorry for you. I didnt even notice the flowers on the trellis before you mentioned it… does not look that bad, could be worse 🙂 Hope you didnt end up fighting about it …