(Closed) Single flower bouquets

posted 10 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2007

About your sister in law to be, how about decorating her wheelchair instead?

Post # 4
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Wannabee

My dress is white with a pool blue sash AND I am toying with the single color flower idea also.  This is gonna sound bizarre, but I was thinking of doing an all white babysbreath bouquet for the girls and kind of clueless on what to do for myself.  The girls all have the pool blue color dresses, all in a different style.I was also thinking about doin just 1 single flower for them to hold, all different ones since the dresses are different.  I’m interested to her other people’s opinions on this…. 🙂  I think mine sound crazy 🙂 What are your accent colors?

For your fiances sister if she’s going to throw things, maybe put petals all on her lap, rather than in a basket incase she tries to throw that.  Or put a sash around the back (kind of like a chair bow)

Post # 5
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Worker bee

Perhaps mango callas?  I have always liked the look of calla-only bouquets.  You could carry white or cream callas and  the bms could have another color.  They come in several different colors and look very elegant and minimal in bouquets and centerpieces.

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

My dress is ivory and my bridesmaids are two shades of blue (light blue and cornflower).  I was going to make my own bouquets/ centerpieces out of hydrangeas.  I figured I would carry blue with my ivory dress and my bridesmaids would carry white with their blue dresses.  I was thinking to maximize the contrast…  White matches red and blue too (of course let’s hope its not too close to July 4th). 

Post # 8
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Worker bee

Beccs, here’s a visual of the mango callas I was talking about: http://www.hibiscusflorals.com/larger_image.asp?PID=329

Granted these are faux flowers, but they are of course available fresh as well (though I can personally vouch for the quality of these particular faux flowers, having used them myself for our portraits!).

If the red dresses are "warm" enough I think they could work, and then you could have the white or cream callas for yourself.  I think they also come other varieties too!

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