Simple Color PaletteWe love the idea of picking one color, be it purple, pink, yellow, white or green, and creating a bouquet from its hues. Choose one or two of your wedding colors and pick varying tones from the same color palette to create a bouquet that has depth, but also doesnt distract from your dress or decor.
Blushing BouquetBlush is quickly becoming a classic for weddings. Traditional roses, pink peonies, and lovely ranunculus flowers are making a case for this pretty floral arrangement. Add a couple eucalyptus stems for some movement.
Babys BreathBabys breath is a classic wedding flower and has been for a very long time. If you want to keep things traditional, add this simple flower to a bouquet of pink roses for a classic style bouquet.
Pretty PeoniesWere fools in love for peonies any time of year but for weddings, it continues to make our favorites list of the chicest bouquets around. Choose different varieties of peonies for more texture and volume. You can also keep all the peonies in the same color tones or go with pastels for a cohesive look.
A Jewel Toned ArrangementJewel tones have been on trend for a couple seasons now and what better way to incorporate this trend than through your wedding bouquet! Were really crushing on this bouquet filled with deep burgundy tones mixed with soft greens and white and accented by lush pinks.
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