Post # 1
I know for my bridesmaids I want them to have small baby’s breath bouquets. They will be wearing short, blush pink, one-shouldered chiffon dresses. The overall theme of the wedding is country, vintage romance and my gown is Maggie Sottero SaBelle (it’s a ball gown with pickups, a few rosettes, a beaded sweetheart neckline and some peak-a-boo lace on the bottom of the skirt).
Now the point of all this, I have no idea what I want for my bridal bouquet! I don’t want it to be just baby’s breath like the bridesmaids because it is supposed to stand out but I also want it to go together so it doesn’t look out of place with their bouquets either. I think I want roses because they are classicly romantic. So please help me figure something out! Any ideas????
Post # 3
I’m having an all rose bouquet. It will be red (my colors are red, white, black) and my bridesmaids will have smaller white rose bouquets. Here’s a picture of what I want:
I want my bouquet to be huge…hence this inspiration picture 😉
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2013 - B&B
I think the combination would be LOVELY together!!!
Post # 5
@IzzyBear: That is a large bouquet! Do you think an all rose bridal bouquet would look too different if my BM’s have all baby’s breath?
Post # 6
@Sunnyday278: Thank you for the pictures! Nice to see them together 🙂
Post # 7
@PinkAndPearls2013: I don’t think so. But like the PP showed, you can always add a little baby’s breath as a “filler” just to tie it in a little.
Post # 8
I am doing the same!! I am having babys breath bouquets for my bridesmaid (who will also be wearing a blush pink to match my sash and/or sage green). I am doing mismatched bridesmaid dresses. Since my wedding is an outside ceremony near a lake and cabins/cottages we are doing a vintage book lovers theme. Very countryesque. For my bridal bouquet I thought about babys breath WITH wild growth and flowers. Something similar to this . . .
Post # 9
My Bridesmaids all carried baby’s breath and I carried an assortment of roses, scabiosa pods, and dahlias with baby’s breath and dusty miller tucked in.
Post # 10
Here are some ideas:
with garden roses and lamb’s ear:
Post # 11
thank you all for the suggestions – they are really helpful!