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The Prettiest Bridesmaid Bouquets

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The Prettiest Bridesmaid Bouquets

Consider this your friend’s most important accessory

For most events, the shoes and the bag are key to an overall seamless look. For your wedding, they still are, but bouquets are equally, if not more, important to an overall seamless look. Ad when it comes to the bridesmaids, you can experiment more if you choose a classic bouquet for the bride. They can be modern or romantic, traditional or funky, but no matter what, they should work with your color pallette, their dresses and the overall feel for your decor. The bouquets will be a part of your wedding photos, and you’ll want everything to look cohesive, so have fun in choosing the bridesmaids’ bouquets, and get inspired by some of these beauties…

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SOFT & SWEET

Pale blue hydrangea and lavender sweet pea compliment any pastel gown. With fresh herbs, ferns, grasses and ivy this bouquet is perfect for a springtime affair in a garden, a barn or anywhere outdoors.  Bouquet by Renny & Reed. Photo by Julie Skarratt

MODERN MIXTURE

For a rustic, outdoor affair, consider this beauty. Juliette garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, asclepia, rosemary and lavender make this bouquet unique, yet special.  Bouquet by Rock Paper Scissors Events. Photo by Kelly Kollar

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ONE COLOR, ONE BLOOM

This clutch bouquet of purple vanda orchids creates drama simply from its bold color, it’s exotic appeal and the fact that all the flowers are uniform. Created for an event at the Maritime Parc in Jersey City, it looks great held up against the pale bridesmaids’ dress. Bouquet by Adam Leffel Productions. Photo by Vanessa Joy Photography

DIFFERENT ORCHIDS, DIFFERENT LOOK

For orchids that are softer in color and instantly look lighter than the purple vanda blooms, consider this bouquet of baby pink dendrobium orchids, white cymbidium orchids, pink throats and mini cymbidium orchids. This bouquet looks formal, but still dramatic and beautiful. Bouquet by David Beahm Designs. Photo by Gruber Photographers

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UTTER ROMANCE

A mix of coral charm peonies, blush stock, chocolate cosmos, astilbe, lavender and cornflower make for a quietly colorful bouquet. Used in a wedding a Wood Acre Farms in Connecticut, it is imaginative and full of charm.  Bouquet by Tinsel & Twine. Photo by Priyanca Rao

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