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#1071 cherany

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    Posted 10 February 2013 - 09:16 AM

    If my dress were simpler and this didn't look super expensive, I think I'd want this:  

     

      I've had trouble deciding on flowers for many reasons. I'm much pickier about the flowers I like than I originally thought I would be (I guess it's one thing to like most flowers for everyday decor, another to like them for your wedding bouquet). I've looked at thousands of bouquets, but rarely see any I love, because they all seem to be a mix of flowers I like and flowers I don't like. I notice I prefer a lot of bouquets made with only one type of flower and nothing else added, but I think I would like bouquets with multiple types of flowers, if only I liked every flower used.    I love spider mums, especially in green, and I like roses in a lot of colors. I wonder how something like this would look when done with real flowers, perhaps with green spider mums and hot pink roses?

    The more I look at it, the more I love it! It's just hard when it's fake and different than a real bouquet would be like. I image real spider mums will look a bit more spiked, and real roses might not be as open, so they'll look smoother and tighter, creating a lot more contrast between the flower types than the fake bouquet has. I prefer less contrast in the shapes, I think. But this is different and really pretty.

      I wanted spider mums and dahlias for the bridesmaids, but dahlias turned out to be difficult to get (despite being the national flower and supposedly common - what's up with that?), so I'm trying to figure out what to do there, too. Maybe the spider mum/rose combo in different colors, but I have my fiancĀ© to think of, too. Her bouquet could be something different, but I wouldn't want it so different that mine would stand out as strange, matching the bridesmaids when I'm a bride.    I am probably obsessing over this in a way no one else will, but it's my nature. I am a perfectionist, for better or worse. 

    #1072 cherany

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      Posted 11 February 2013 - 07:28 AM

      Originally Posted by cherany 

      If my dress were simpler and this didn't look super expensive, I think I'd want this:  

       

      Sorry, I deleted the image by mistake.  Worth re-posting for its uniqueness:

       

       



      #1073 WeddingCancun

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        Posted 01 March 2013 - 03:00 PM

        hello brides!

        here an inspirational picture from one of our recent works, a bridal bouquet made from Mexican calla lilies (Alcatraz)

         

         

        mexican calla lilies bridal bouquet


        We help couples planning a beach destination wedding who want a splendid Wedding experience in Cancun and Riviera Maya get simple, elegant and romantic decoration without worring to deal with vendors who really dont care about your wedding. DO YOU KNOW ANYONE LIKE THAT?


        #1074 jrack

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          Posted 01 March 2013 - 07:29 PM

          Originally Posted by WeddingCancun 


          This color combinations it's fresh, clean, fun and simple but elegant and by adding an aditional color like fiucsa, brings a spring or summer feeling.

          white lisianthus with orange and fiucsa roses bridal bouquet

          I love the orange and pinks, pretty



          #1075 Cateyedcutie

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            Posted 03 March 2013 - 12:48 PM

            I used them! Judy was amazing bou.jpg

            I decided to go with http://www.thebrides...edding-bouquet/. Then added brooches once it arrived. Posted Image

            #1076 jrack

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              Posted 03 March 2013 - 01:14 PM

              Here's my inspiration



              #1077 WeddingCancun

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                Posted 04 March 2013 - 12:33 PM

                Originally Posted by jrack 

                I love the orange and pinks, pretty


                indeed, both colors are really pretty

                 

                here a photo of bride's bouquet, combination of orange ranunculus and ivory roses


                We help couples planning a beach destination wedding who want a splendid Wedding experience in Cancun and Riviera Maya get simple, elegant and romantic decoration without worring to deal with vendors who really dont care about your wedding. DO YOU KNOW ANYONE LIKE THAT?


                #1078 LKocelko

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                  Posted 05 April 2013 - 10:37 AM

                  So I've had my fake flowers sitting in our guest room for about three months, and finally decided I needed to buckle down and make my bouquets. I'm making one for my MOH and myself; this one is the one for my MOH. Mine will be mostly purple, with a few white. I want honest opinions. Do these look homemade? I'm worried eveything is going to look clearly like it was a DIY. I have no problem redoing it if it does, I'd rather do that and have it look perfect! I wasn't sure about the gray ribbon. But white just didn't look quite right with the ivory flowers/dress, and we couldn't find the perfect shade of ivory.

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   



                  #1079 cherbear327

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                  Posted 05 April 2013 - 10:49 AM

                  Most people do tropical colors when doing a destination wedding but I am such a fan of the soft, feminine, and romantic colors of ivory, blush pink and champagne. Although my wedding will be in Hawaii, I am still planning on doing a vintage theme with brooches! My tropical flair will be the addition of blush cymbidium orchids in my bouquet. My colors are ivory, blush, champagne and gold. Here are some of my inspiration pics for my bouquet.

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Will definitely be adding a brooch to my bouquet!

                   

                   



                  #1080 WeddingCancun

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                    Posted 10 April 2013 - 03:32 PM

                    Originally Posted by cherbear327 

                    Most people do tropical colors when doing a destination wedding but I am such a fan of the soft, feminine, and romantic colors of ivory, blush pink and champagne. Although my wedding will be in Hawaii, I am still planning on doing a vintage theme with brooches! My tropical flair will be the addition of blush cymbidium orchids in my bouquet. My colors are ivory, blush, champagne and gold. Here are some of my inspiration pics for my bouquet.

                     

                     

                     

                     

                     

                     

                    Will definitely be adding a brooch to my bouquet!

                     

                     


                    really pretty combo colors cherbear!

                    vintage theme it's perfect for a destination wedding!


                    We help couples planning a beach destination wedding who want a splendid Wedding experience in Cancun and Riviera Maya get simple, elegant and romantic decoration without worring to deal with vendors who really dont care about your wedding. DO YOU KNOW ANYONE LIKE THAT?





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