Post # 1
i am clueless about flowers (fortunately, my florist is great). I want the flowers to be simple and elegant. My bridesmaids dresses are cornflower blue. I was going to have them carry 2 white callalillies bound together.
As for me, my dress is a white halter, very simple and elegant. I am considering white roses with blue Delphiniums (they come in light blue and darker blue). I am trying to decide between both or just the darker blue.
Here’s a link with both: (25th bouquet from the top).
Post # 3
First, is there a reason that you want two callas? If not, please do three! I promise it will look better. 1, 3, 5…never 2, 4 or 6! I am a firm believer in odd numbers for things like flowers, candles, etc.
Is this your bouquet? I like the two shades of blue, I think it would be too stark without that. Such pretty blues!
Post # 4
Yes, that’s it! Thanks for posting it (I am not great with computers). I said two because my friend used two and it looked good. MAybe I should just have one.
Post # 5
i agree that if your buget allows, 3 is better than 2 for calla lilies.
Post # 6
I’m with Kate- it’s a standard design rule! Definitely choose 1 or 3 🙂
Post # 7
Flowers are beautiful with both shades! I say if you want 2, go with 2. You’ve already seen what it looked like and loved it that way, so why change it.