Post # 1
My first choice is peonies but my florist isn’t sure if she can get them so I need a Plan B.
My original plan B was this:
but now I don’t like it anymore (bit boring).
My wedding colours are navy and fuschia. Which do you prefer between the 2 bouquets below?
Post # 3
The mixed one is more interesting. I like the variety in colors.
Post # 5
i like the second one.
i’m getting married the day after you and i’m doing red peonies for me and for my girls. but i’m not getting married in amsterdam so i’m not sure about availability there. it looks like the second bouquet has cabbage or garden roses. i know many people sub them for peonies when peonies are out of season.
Post # 6
I love the colors and texture of the round one!!
Post # 7
I vote for the round/mixed bouquet!
Post # 8
I like the simplicity of the orchid-only one.
Post # 9
Add me to the round bouquet team.
Post # 10
I love the mixed round bouquet…it’s gorgeous.
Post # 11
If you switched from your original to be less boring, I would go with the mixed for sure.
Post # 12
Before I read your comment on the pic I scrolled down and thought “orchids… boring” then I lol’d when I saw you’d expressed the same concern. I love the mixed round one. The pink orchid one has too much of a 90’s feel to me because of the shape. Also, orchids are stupid expensive.
Post # 13
I am a HUGE orchid fan and love the all white one. If you think it needs a pop of something – can they add some greenery to it?
I think the pink combo one is lovely, but it doesn’t highlight the orchid to me (which is what I love about the first).
But – between the two colored ones, I prefer the round one.
Post # 13
I like the round one best!
Post # 14
I decided against the first (the white orchids) because I decided that I prefered a colourful (or at least SOME colour) one.
I’m definitely sending my florist the picture of the mixed bouquet to replicate (probably without the garden/cabbage roses as it’s probably not possible to get there)
@profiterole: If I got married in Amsterdam, flowers would be so much cheaper(peonies are sold everywhere for $5..and that’s $5 for 6 stems, not per stem) and much more beautiful and varied! Sadly, I am limited to basic roses, orchids, lilies, carnations, tropical flowers and possibly hydrangeas.
Post # 15
I chose the first one but thats mostly becuase I am not really a fan of cascading bouquets. I love the orchids!