(Closed) "All flower" bouquet?? Pastel colours??

posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

I don’t have any pics for you (posting from work and can’t access some sites) but I do like the look of all flower bouquets.  When there is a varieties of shades and colors like you described there is really no need for extra green in there.

For the BMs, I think it would depend on the colors of their dresses.  It would be kinda cool if their dresses matched the primary color in your bouquet so you would be inverse, them with colored dressed and white flowers and you with white dress and color flowers.  If you google “white bridesmaid bouquets” a few examples pop up in the first pages of image results 🙂

Post # 4
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@Spideykiss:  Here is an example of a bouquet that has no foilage and round shape you descibed with blue in it

This is a mix of pastels with blue….no greenery

 

This one has a little green in it but I don’t think it’s leaves…maybe a type of flower? This kinda fits your description too

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I think most bouquets nowadays (at least in my area) are free of greenery in the bouquet. In fact, several vendors I contacted were quick to point out that they do not use greenery in their floral arrangements.

My bouquet had a variety of blooms in specific shades and there was no greenery or foliage. We did include dusty miller, which looks like a fuzzy, grey leaf, but florists count that as a flower and it can be pricey (so it’s not exactly a cheap leaf-y filler).

Our florist didn’t use foliage/leaves in any of our floral arrangements (e.g. centepieces, aisle decor) aside from the dusty miller and maybe one or two leaves that came with the tulip accents we had in our arrangement. It’s just the one leave that is closest to the bloom itself.

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