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Bouquets And Corsages

Sep 01, 2019

We are going to keep this short. Bouquets and corsages, need we say more? Have a look at some of these ideas.

Bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids
Photo courtesy of WhichKraftProjekt

A unique creation
Photo courtesy of Ninety Seconds Florist Studio

A classic pairing
Photo courtesy of Te'amo MY

Varying designs
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

Just a few tips :

  • Discuss your wedding theme with your chosen floral designer and how to interpret it via bouquets and corsages.
  • Do a head count of all those in  your families and bridal party who will require corsages and bouquets.
  • Contemplate flower types in relation to costs as well as weather conditions.

Simple and elegant
Photo by Sunny San Photography, courtesy of Ohara Florist

Corsages ready for collection
Photo by Jasmine.A Photography, courtesy of Nook Flowers

Colourful corsages
Photo by MedynMika, courtesy of Fleuri Flowers

Roses for the bride
Photo by Jasmine.A Photography, courtesy of Nook Flowers

Ivory blooms
Photo by Steven Leong Photography, courtesy of Lady Boss The Florist

Striking hues
Photo by MedynMika, courtesy of Fleuri Flowers

A few more suggestions :

  • Designers typically work well when given creative freedom.
  • Be upfront on the budget you have allocated for bouquets and corsages. Do ensure it is a reasonable budget though.
  • Choose blooms that do not stain attire.
     

Variety of blooms and shades
Photo courtesy of Ninety Seconds Florist Studio

Oversize bouquet
Photo by Arch & Vow, courtesy of WhichKraftProjekt

A vibrant bouquet
Photo courtesy of Te'amo MY

A rustic design
Photo by Steven Leong Photography, courtesy of Lady Boss The Florist

A unique corsage
Photo courtesy of Ohara Florist

Shades of red
Photo courtesy of Creativelines

 

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