The bridal bouquet. What options do you have?

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By LZ Floral Design

The music has changed and everyone has stood and turned to see the bride enter.  The next thing you notice is her flowers.  The bridal bouquet has been a sign of fertility and hope for centuries and is now also used to display the unique style of the bride.  No longer do brides have to carry a solid white bouquet of roses or a small nosegay of daisies.  The flowers in her bouquet can be as traditional or extravagant as the bride herself.

Roses are an easy way to go but why not change it up?.  Add some texture with a multitude of blooms.  A bride can be subtle staying within the same color pallet or do contrasting colors for a wow factor.

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By LZ Floral Design; Photo by Kasey Lynn Photography

Another textured floral that has become more prevalent this year is succulents.  Their non-traditional look sets them apart from traditional flowers and gives an richness to the look of the bouquet while adding a different element of color.

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By LZ Floral Design

Often I hear brides who want a freshly picked from the field look for their bouquet, while it is more involved than that, the overall look gives a very whimsical feel when the flowers you choose are a more natural and free formed look.  Add in burlap, wheat, twine to give an old-fashioned design that will set the mood for your entire event.

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By LZ Floral Design; Photo by Kasey Lynn Photography

Your wedding flowers serve as an important part of the wedding, even for the bridesmaids. But it is the bride’s bouquet that should stand out from the rest. Whether the bride decides to have roses or daffodils, it is ultimately her bouquet and her choice. What flowers will you use in your wedding? Please browse through my website www.lzfloral.com then call or email me to set up a consultation for your wedding flowers.

 

LZ Floral Design    www.lzfloral.com    flowers@lzfloral.com     281-813-5145     Spring and Greater Houston, TX area Wedding Flowers   Making your event Beautiful with Flowers

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