So, you’re getting married and you have three very lovely, very different friends. How do you honor them all and still have a coherent, cohesive look? Well, Violet will show you how with this weeks Bouquet Inspiration!
Of course, you can customize colors and flowers to fit your style, but here’s how to create this look:
Violet used a palette of blue, peapod green and bright green with pops of brown. The bridal party could consist of three friends and she even threw in an extra arrangement for a flower girl or junior bridesmaid. But, let’s start with the bridal bouquet:
Wholesale Flowers used in this project:
- Green Anthurium
- Scabiosa Pods or Fiddlehead Fern
- Blue Hydrangea
- Green Lisianthus
- Green Cymbidium Orchids with Brown Lip
Combine ALL of these flowers into a gorgeous, lush bouquet. You will have all of the same flowers that will appear in your bridesmaids bouquets and this will act as the focal point of the cohesive look.
Now on to your Maid of Honor and your Bridesmaids, which include, the artistic friend, the romantic friend, and the modern friend. In this case, your MOH is the artistic friend and your first bridesmaid is the romantic friend…
For your artistic friend, create a bouquet of blue hydrangea and scabiosa pods (or fiddlehead ferns). The blue hydrangea will provide the bulk of the bouquets and will be the cohesive thread through all of the bouquets. The pods or fiddlehead bring a pop of unique texture and design, perfect for the artistic type! Blue hydrangeas and green lisianthus create a soft and lush bouquet perfect for your romantic friend. The lisianthus is a delicate flower with multi-layered petals that create a super soft look, and you can use the un-bloomed buds to add some romantic texture.
Blue hydrangea and green anthurium provides the perfect blend for your modern friend. Anthurium flowers are unique tropical flowers with large, leaf-like heads that are sure to catch your eye! If you have another bridesmaid, a flower girl or a junior bridesmaid, you have some extra options. For a bridesmaid, you can make another bouquet, or if you have a flower girl or a junior bridesmaid, make a posy (like a mini bouquet) or a kissing ball with the green orchids and then accent with small sprigs of blue hydrangea.
There you have it. A cohesive, yet unique look for everyone in your bridal party! Copy this inspiration (that’s what it’s here for!) or shop our large selection of wholesale flowers to create your own unique and cohesive look!