The white callas were used primarily for the bridal bouquet and the groom's boutonniere with a couple placed in the Maid of Honor's bouquet. The rest were used for the centerpieces and other arrangements.
The horsetail was used in every bouquet, most corsages, most boutonnieres, and most centerpieces. They were especially pretty in the arrangements made for the bamboo arbor used during the ceremony and the markers for the parents chairs.
The greenery was used in every bouquet, most centerpieces, and the boutonnieres and corsages.
The orchids were placed in the bridal bouquet, in the bride's hair, and in the centerpieces.
The tropical amazone orange roses were used primarily for the bridal bouquet and wrist corsages for mothers and grandmothers. The loose and removed petals were used for the flowers girl's pails.
The hot shot orange callas were used primarily for the bridesmaids bouquets and groomsmen's boutonnieres. They worked perfectly against the Malibu blue dresses worn by the bridesmaids.