19/31 Details

It’s all in the details! Each bridesmaid is a unique individual! Express their own style by various accents to their bouquet. It is a growing trend that brides let their bridesmaids choose a unique dress in a specific color. Many dress designers create a line of dress styles and have them available to be ordered in various colors. Another trend is that all the bridesmaids have the same dress but they all have different bouquets. Either one single flower of which is used in the brides bouquet or even the bridesmaids favorite flowers.

If you do not want to have all the choices that are above, you can have the bridesmaids bouquets all the same with just a few accents that change the overall look. Below are four different accented that are added to the same bouquet. In continuing with tradition, each groomsmen have matching boutonnieres.

The flowers used in the bouquet are first cut ranuculas (they have a very short season and are not easy to come by, but aren’t they beautiful!), roses, wax flower and blue / purple wild flowers. A lemon leaf collar finishes off the bouquet and black satin ribbon is placed on the handle. Curly willow is wrapped around the edge to add movement.

The basic bouquet with out any extra accents.

The accent for an earthy bridesmaid. Round branch pieces are placed on a wire and swirled around the bouquet.

For the glitz loving bridesmaid. Sequences are attached to the curly willow and leaves.

The organic bridesmaid that likes very natural elements, a swirl of dried eucalyptus leaves.

For the young and hip bridesmaid, a swirl of bright sisal.

For the groomsmen the boutonnieres match the bridesmaids.

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