Post # 1
Ok so now I think the flowers work together, but I’m trying to figure out which combination to do.
1) Dark Dahlias, Red Pincushion Protea, Red Berries, Red/Dark Pink Dahlias
2) Dark Red Dahlias, Red Pincushion Protea, Red Berries, Red Garden Roses
3) Red/Dark Pink Dahlias, Red Pincushion Protea, Red Garden Roses, Red Berries
4) Dark Red Dahlias, Red Pincushion Protea, Red Garden Roses, Red/Dark Pink Dahlia, Red Berries
Bridesmaid bouquet options:
1) White Dahlias and White Pincushion Protea
2) White Dahlias, White Pincushion Protea, White Berries
3) White Dahlias, White Pincushion Protea, White Garden Roses, White Berries
4) Total curveball for bridesmaids
Post # 3
I like Bridal Option 3, the color and textures will make an awesome bouquet! And for the BM’s I also picked 3 because I LOVE the berries and roses are always an inexpensive flower that are very pretty. I might consider throwing in #4 so it ties into your colors a little bit, maybe replace it with one of the other white ones or add it?
Have you checked availability on these flowers? Sometimes one flower can be sooo expensive to get in your area and during a specific time a year. My bouquet jumped $100 from adding a few Gardenia’s to it.
Post # 4
@VermontBride13: I know the red protea, red dahlias (not sure of red vs dark red vs dark pink), red berries, and white dahlias should be available. I’m pretty sure garden roses are available year round. I’m not sure about the white berries but I’m pretty sure the florist could figure something out. I have no clue about the total curveball (two tone dahlia) but I suspect it would be available since Dahlias in general are in season.