Post # 16
I prefer the bolder one. I think it’ll work well with both your dress and bridesmaid dresses and bring a pop of colour of the day. My choice might be influenced by the fact that I had a bright bouquet though. Also I don’t think bright bouquets need to be relegated to outside, we had a church wedding and filled the church with beautiful bright flowers. I think the softer bouquet is the more fashionable choice at the moment.
Post # 17
I love the bolder bouquet!
Post # 18
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
Loving that second one!!!
Post # 19
I think the white one will blend in with a dress too much and you’ll hardly be able to see it. I’d go with some color.
Post # 20
I like softer colors. Both are beautiful.
Post # 21
- Wedding: May 2018- Stan Hywet Gardens
I prefer the bold bouquet! I love the contrast!
Post # 22
Something in the middle maybe? I like the colors and texture of the first but the foliage in the second.
Maybe find something in the middle like this?
Post # 24
I like the softer – it adds a little pop without taking the focus off of you
Post # 25
I am even thinking of having the ‘softer’ bouquet for myself and then adding a slightly bolder pop of colour for the girls
Post # 26
Personal preference. I personally did soft, but maybe get some eucalyptus leaves to get some more green in there would be perfect.
Post # 27
I like the bold but not with that random red flower. I like the bold colors in the middle and then the lighter ones around it. If that makes sense.
Post # 28
It would be hard to say without seeing you in your dress. I like both soft and bold bouquets!
I also like your idea to go softer for your bouquet and then with some stronger accents in your bridesmaids bouquets.
Post # 29
The below is my dress but i ordered in all ivory not blush.
here are some more bouquets that i have found.
My worst fear is having yellow flowers against my ivory dress.
i think i will have a dusty pink bouquet and give the girls maybe whiter/greener bouquets.