Post # 1
I’m getting overwhelmed. It’s my fault because I was like, “la-di-da I don’t need to pick a palette! it will all come together!”. . . but now that I’m trying to book a florist I don’t know what to do. So I seek the wisdom of the hive. My taste is vintage/romantic. It’s an urban, end of winter wedding in a church and then a full Chinese banquet. We’re not allowed to have white as a main color (except for my wedding dress) because it’s against tradition. I generally dislike green bouquets.
My flower girl dress is dusty rose and silver and my bridesmaids are wearing a pattern with gold and green in it (not the one below, but the same shade of green).
But both my venues are full of gold and crimson colors. Should I ignore that and go with a sweet dusty rose/mauve floral palette? or I thought of doing a deeper burgundy/plum palette to match the red everywhere, but I don’t want my little flower girl to clash.
these two bouquets I lifted from theknot.com. Pretty please help me!
Post # 3
I think your actually doing ok. I like it. I personally would be leaning towards paler colors for bouquet if its vintage but then again dark red can be vintage..
Confusing! maybe your florist has some suggestions?
Post # 4
i would use the paler colors in that bouquet — gorgeous! and your fg dress is soo cute i almost want it for myself!
Post # 5
If it helps, I don’t think your flower girl bouquet has to be the same as the Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets. I would stay in the mauve family. I think the crimson and the green might look a little Christmas-y. I also think the dusty rose is more vintage feeling. Love the Flower Girl dresses!!!!!!!
Post # 6
thanks everyone on their input so far and the compliements on the flower girl dress. For those who are interested, it’s made by monsoon.co.uk but I bought it on eBay.co.uk. I sent my flower girl three pictures and she picked that one out herself. I’m still waiting on its arrival from across the Atlantic.
but back to bouquets– I found this one on floraverde.com/blog and I think it might incorporate the burgundy and the mauve.
Do you think it’s too garden-y for my wedding? It’s a church wedding with a cocktail hour and sit down dinner in March. I’d do the bridesmaids like this; small, with more greenery and my own bridal bouquet more saturated and bold.