Post # 1
first of all, I don’t know how to rotate these so sorry about that! Also, pay no attention to how the flowers are wrapped on the bottom. I’m more concerned about what the top looks like. This really is my first time ever doing this so I need lots of help!
Some information: My colors are navy, gray (shade undecided) cream-ish and pops of burnt orange. My bridesmaids dresses will be navy and their bouquets will be mostly the cream hydrangeas with pops of the other colors. I really want my bouquet to have Lillie’s but I don’t know how they look!
Also, our wedding is going to be in October and is a very rustic theme. Mason jars, burlap, the works!
any tips or changes you all would make will be greatly appreciated!
Post # 3
I think you did a good job!
Post # 4
I like it alot! I particularly love the little bare twigs sticking out but they look not quite balanced to me. in the first pic they are in the top & left side but I can’t see any on the right- maybe it’s just the angle?
Post # 5
@Ritzbitz176: I hope you don’t mind but I rotated the pic for you! I think you did a great job and I like all the colors together and the twigs.
Post # 6
@Brokensound21: haha no problem at all! Thank you!
And thanks for the kind words everyone. I agree, I’ll maybe add some more twigs Because it is a little uneven.
Now for the next question; what am I going to do for my bridesmaids? I am very lost! All I know is that I want the base to be creame hydrangeas, and I don’t think Lillie’s will be in theirs.
Post # 7
@ritzblitz176 this is lovely! are these real or silk? I vote keeping all the other colors in it for the bridesmaid except for the navy, if that’s the color of their dresses.
Post # 8
@pkeenan1229: thank you! They are silk. I’ve messed around with a few Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets but non are post-worthy yet. Thanks for your input
Post # 9
Love the colors. U did a great job. Not a fan of the yellow pod thing sticking out though. I do like the twiggs