Your bridal bouquet will be one of your most memorable accessories, so let your taste and style shine through. Keeping fashion trends in mind and joining them with your own personality are vital when it comes to selecting your bouquet and all of your wedding flowers.
A fashionable white-on-white look is achieved in this bouquet from The Floral Garden. The flowers are phalaenopsis (or butterfly) orchids, mini white calla lillies, dendrobium orchid buds and tucks of white hydrangea. They are spiral-handwrapped with the stems kept long. A bride can do this treatment with ribbons that match her dress. (photo: Lisa Kretschmann)
Mark Felthousen prepares the Black Magic rose bouquet for a wedding at Felthousen's Florist and Greenhouse in Niskayuna.
This bouquet created by Felthousen's Florist in Niskayuna includes Black Magic roses, Excellent Flair red hypericum, purple ranunculus and japanese iris with a collar of lemon leaves.
The Black Magic rose bouquet from Felthousen's is also hand-tied with the stems kept long.
Another hand-tied bouquet from Felthousen's features Freedom Red roses, white amaryllis, tucks of white hydrangea and crystal-accented stephanotus.
This table centerpiece from Felthousen's contains white hydrangea, Red Freedom roses on a tall pilsner glass filled with LED lighting and rose petals scattered beneath with votive candles.