Post # 1
When I first starting looking for flowers, I wanted my bouquet to have lavander and ivory roses. I ended up having our florist make me a trial bouquet with lavander roses and mini callas. The first picture is what I originally wanted and the second one is my mock bouquet. There’s also a pic of my dress. Which one should I go with?
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Post # 3
i love the first bouquet but i think you should do it without the babys breath. just open roses:)
Post # 4
I really like the first choice, especially with your dress. It is classic. The second is a bit more “funky” if that makes sense.
Post # 5
I guess I’m in the minority here because I prefer the second bouquet. I’ve seen all-rose bouquets so many times that I like how the calla lily gives it a little flair/modern touch.
P.S. Your dress is the very first dress I tried on. It is gorgeous!!!
Post # 6
Thanks for all your responses! I’m really torn!
@baldor1: My dress was the first dress I tried on too!
Post # 7
The first bouquet is pretty but it’s just so expected, where the second choice is more fresh and modern. Really depends on the look you want, traditional and pretty or different and stunning.
Post # 8
The first is classic feminine. The second is modern. I’m definitely more of the latter type, but it depends on what you like.
Post # 9
I love the first one! I even love the Baby’s breath!
Post # 10
The other posters wrote what I was about to say: stick with the first bouquet, it goes better with the classic look of your dress. The second bouquet had more of a modern feel to it.
Post # 11
I much prefer the second bouquet. The Callas make it so much more interesting. I think the first bouquet looks outdated, especially with the baby’s breath.
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I really love the second one – I think it makes it a little more whimsical and fun!
Post # 13
I’m going for a more romantic look…but then again my girls are carrying callas down the aisle.