Maggie Sottero Divina Dress/Flower Choice *PICS*

posted 3 years ago in Flowers
Post # 2
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Newbee

Charcoal grey is essentially a neutral color. Black, like the grey, goes well with pretty much everything.  The first bouquet would be an excellent choice. The pop of the pink roses would echo the blush of your bridal dress.  The lighter color flowers gives them a background that makes them stand out.

Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

My dress is also Maggie sottero. It’s blush with ivory over it. 

it definitely isn’t as blush as yours, but you can see it in person for sure (the pink hue) 

here is my dress next to bridesmaids

 

My bouqet will be pink and white peonies, theirs will be white. 

Dont know if this helps at all!

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

My bouquets are ivory, blush, & champagne colored roses. I think that would look beautiful with your dresses too. My dress is ivory & my girls are wearing long black dresses.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee

My daughter had a blush dress with charcoal gray bmaids dresses.  She had a winter-ish wedding.  Not a winter wonderland, more garden-y with a touch of pinecones and snowflakes but very little.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

Little flushes of pale green would look stunning against the blush, along with the white, IMO. 

Post # 8
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Worker bee

WOW,@SkinnyLatte17  just wondering if you dont mind, how much did your Maggie Sotterro Divina gown retail for? I have been in the market for a gown with my first fitting on 7/19/2014 and have fallen in love with this gown! Problem is my budget is 1200 dollars have yet to find it in my size at that price. Ive even search preowned wedding sites with no luck. My second choice is a Mori Lee 5108 but i still want that blush color incorporated, by either removing some tulle on the Mori and replacing it with a few layers of blush tulle or simply finding a blush sash/belt.

Post # 9
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Newbee

SkinnyLatte17:  Stunning!

Several thoughts:

– Maids: keep it simple because it will photograph better than ‘busy’ bouquets.  I would do soft pink stock mixed with cream roses, possibly some dusty miller

–  Bridal bouquet:  The dress is such a statment, I would choose a simpler bouquet, as well, but put a pop in it.  so I’m thinking all cream with dusty miller and some white anemonies to make it pop

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