For starters, your bridal bouquet should be unique from the rest and you should try avoiding picking the same colour palette as your own for your bridesmaids' bouquets. Instead, use a varying palette of hues that will go with your bouquet.
You can pick colour tints from their bridesmaid’s dresses but don’t pick the exact shades as the bouquet might drown in the dress itself.
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Pick one flower and go monotone! This curates a look that is sophisticated, clean and elegant.
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Try to avoid flowers like jasmine, lilies or lilacs as they exude a lot of fragrance which might cause your lovelies a headache or allergies.
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Times are changing, which allows you to experiment on how you want to incorporate florals on your big day.
Instead of going mainstream with a bouquet, you can opt for a floral cuff or hair accessory like a floral crown.
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Don’t let the blooms steal the attention from your bridesmaid’s outfits!
Use flowers as small accents to enhance the overall look. Delicate picks like baby’s breath, dried lavender and other dainty blooms should do the trick!
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If you’re looking to wow your guests, get your bridesmaids a bolder hued bouquet even if yours is one on the neutral tones.
This works gorgeously against darker dresses and photographs beautifully!
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