Monday, 19 November 2012

Bridesmaids Bouquets Different from the Brides Bouquet

The bride chooses her bouquet first and then designs the bridesmaids' bouquets to coordinate, but not copy. The difference between a bride's flowers and those carried by her attendants can be quite subtle, it might be nothing more than a shift in size, shape, or color. But within these basic divergences exists a multitude of lovely and creative possibilities.

1. The bride's bouquet is generally larger than the bridesmaids' bouquets. The flowers might be bigger than those of the bridesmaids, or the bride's bouquet might have more flowers.

2. The bride's bouquet and the bridesmaids' bouquets are generally not all the same colors. The bride's bouquet might be solid red roses, while the bridesmaids carry roses in three coordinating colors.

3. The bride's bouquet can be more embellished than the bridesmaids'. The bridesmaid bouquet usually very simple. The bride might add Swarvoski crystals to her bouquet or she might add pearls to the ribbon on a hand-tied bouquet. If it is a country side theme wedding, the flowers not limited to rose and hydrangea, and the bridesmaids even can choose small wild flowers as bouquets.

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