Post # 17
Love it! I thought about doing that near the beginning, so pretty and smells so nice.
My bouquet was all baby’s breath with some greenery around the base, as were my bridesmaids’ bouquets. The flower girl had a bouquet of light green carnations. The corsages and boutonnieres for our families were also light green carnations (it’s my mom’s fave flower and I let her pick what she wanted). The wedding party men had millinery boutonnieres we bought from Etsy.
Post # 18
I really considered lavender too but I don’t think it matches the green shade we are using on the bridesmaids. It’s gorgeous!
Post # 19
Sounds gorgeous! I love those flowers.
Post # 20
phaleonopsis orchids. I can’t wait to see them.
Post # 21
Orange gerber daisies, white cremons (similar to football mums), green spider mums, and bells of Ireland (green)… handmade by Mom the night before the wedding.
Post # 22
I will be using real touch flowers. Here are some pictures of the flowers not put together. My daughter will be making our bouquets.
Post # 23
We each had a rose arm bouquet:
Our Maid/Matron of Honor had a smaller version that was also a more traditional bouquet shape:
Post # 24
Carnations, this is my inspiration 🙂
Post # 25
I am going to get roses, tulips, calla lillies, another kind of flower I cant remember the name of right now, and some green hydrangea. This is the inspiration photo I showed my florist:
Post # 26
I’m going to DIY all my flowers. My bouquet will be white and green roses with blue hydrangeas,
Post # 27
i’m doing carnations as well! I think they’re a very underrated flower, and are definitely great on the budget! they look very pretty bunched tightly together like in your photo.
Post # 28
I’m actually making a fabric boquet out of ivory lace and other informal fabrics, with vintage buttons and brooches as the center of the flowers.
Post # 29
Yellow and White Roses with baby’s breath painted blue.
Post # 30
Your bouquet became my inspo…W/ less than a week to go I was informed that my flowers weren’t available. I think the dried lavender is going to suit my wilderness theme even better though, and we can keep them…as sachets if not bouquets. Thanks!
Post # 31
Only difference is mine will have dahlias instead of roses…