(Closed) does this sound like it goes?

posted 8 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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  • Wedding: June 2010

I think it works, but I would make sure some red roses come into play again SOMEWHERE.  I think you’re doing a candle holder centrepiece, with petals?  Could you mix in some red ones there?

Post # 4
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I honestly think you can do what you want, and it really doesn’t matter so much about the color for anyone else other than the bridal party. We did all the extra flowers (Mothers, and Grandparents) in white or ivory (or whatever color they chose) so it was more neutral or matching  with their clothes.

I’d keep the bouts for the Groomsmen the same as the Bridesmaid or Best Man bouqets, but everyone else (I think) should be asked what they prefer. I only got fresh orchids for my hair as I hate corsages, and the other women wanted wrist corsages.

Post # 6
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  • Wedding: June 2010

@dynamic_duo: Then I think it ties together perfectly!

Post # 7
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Usually the florist will make the groom’s bout to coordinate with the bride’s bouquet (unless you want something completely different), and the Groomsmen are close to the same and smaller. Your Dad’s would match whatever you get for the men in the bridal party. Since his Dad is the only other one, you’ll probably want to get him the same as your Dad.

Did you ask your Mom what she wants? Most want to coordinate with their outfits.

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