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  • Suggested
    Recipe
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    Substitutions
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    Inspiration

What this package makes and approximate cost breakdown:

  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet – $100
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets – $35 each
  • 8-12 Bouts and Corsages – $3 each

Almost there, but not quite the right quantities?

  • 25 stems- Minerva Carnations
  • 12 stems- Golden Mustard Roses **Golden Mustards are a high-demand color and can sometimes be scarce. Will sub with Combo, Honey Dijon or another muted yellow if off crop.
  • 25 stems- Blueberry Roses
  • 20 stems- Mini Fuchsia Carnations
  • 10 stems- Deep Purple Lisianthus
  • 10 stems- Rubicon Spray Roses
  • 20 stems- Indigo Anemones
  • 20 stems- Thistle
  • 1 bunch- Nagi
  • 1 bunch- Salal Tips
  • 1 bunch- Leather Leaf

  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet: 3-4 Minerva carnations, 3-5 golden mustard roses, 3-4 blueberry roses, 3-4 fuchsia mini carnations, sprigs of deep purple lisianthus, 2 rubicon spray roses, 3-5 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, leather leaf, and salal tips
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets: 2 Minerva Carnations, 1 Golden mustard roses, 2 blueberry roses, few fuchsia mini carnations, 2 purple lisianthus, 1 rubicon spray roses, 2 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, salal tips, and leather leaf
  • Bouts and Corsages: Each one can look a bit different, and you can use mini carnations, spray roses, thistle, lisianthus buds, and all the greenery

Here's a handy Jewel Toned Recipe Printable!

Flower Moxie reserves the right to make changes or substitutions. All substitutions are only done as a last resort, and only when the reasons for doing so are reasonable and genuine. For example, if a flower or greenery becomes unavailable (off crop), incorrect color, or not in good condition to grace a wedding function we will select a substitute that has a similar color, shape, and price-point. We are not always able to notify you in advance of a substitution.

 Watch our video on Flower Substitutions and why you should not be frazzled or stressed if it happens.  

Here's our Jewel Tone Pinterest Board that inspired this combination of flowers (you must be logged in to view). We hand-selected predictable and year-round flowers that will be easy to work with and give you the same or similar vibe that's happening within these moodboards to take the guesswork out of it!

The Pinterest Inspo links are not an exact replica but a great visual image of similar colors and flowers pulled together to help with the "...but what's it all gonna look like together?" question.

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  • Package
    Makes
  • What You
    Get
  • Suggested
    Recipe
  • Flower
    Substitutions
  • Pinterest
    Inspiration

What this package makes and approximate cost breakdown:

  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet – $100
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets – $35 each
  • 8-12 Bouts and Corsages – $3 each
  • Centerpiece Options (Pick One Style OR Mix and Match):
    • 10 Centerpieces using a 5-6'' Vase Diameter- $35 each
    • 25-30 Mason Jar or 3'' Vase-  $14 each
    • 65-75 Bud vases, 1-2'' Diameter- $5 each

Almost there, but not quite the right quantities?

  • 50 stems- Minerva Carnations
  • 12 stems- Golden Mustard Roses **Golden Mustards are a high-demand color and can sometimes be scarce. Will sub with Combo, Honey Dijon or another muted yellow if off crop.
  • 50 stems- Blueberry Roses
  • 40 stems- Mini Fuchsia Carnations
  • 20 stems- Deep Purple Lisianthus
  • 30 stems- Rubicon Spray Roses
  • 40 stems- Indigo Anemones
  • 30 stems- Thistle
  • 3 bunch- Nagi
  • 2 bunch- Salal Tips
  • 3 bunch- Leather Leaf
  • 2 bunches- Yellow Button Poms

 
  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet: 3-4 Minerva carnations, 3-5 golden mustard roses, 3-4 blueberry roses, 3-4 fuchsia mini carnations, sprigs of deep purple lisianthus, 2 rubicon spray roses, 3-5 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, leather leaf, and salal tips
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets: 2 Minerva Carnations, 1 Golden mustard roses, 2 blueberry roses, few fuchsia mini carnations, 2 purple lisianthus, 1 rubicon spray roses, 2 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, salal tips, and leather leaf
  • Bouts and Corsages: Each one can look a bit different, and you can use mini carnations, spray roses, thistle, lisianthus buds, and all the greenery
  • 10 Centerpieces with 5-6'' Vase Diameter: 2-3 Minerva carnations, 2-3 blueberry roses, a few fuchsia mini carnation buds and purple lisianthus, 2 rubicon spray roses, 2 indigo anemones, 2 yellow button poms, sprigs of thistle, salal tips, nagi, and leather leaf
  • 25-30 Mason Jar or 3-4'' Vase Diameter: 1 Minerva carnations, 1 blueberry roses, a few fuchsia mini carnation buds and purple lisianthus, 1 rubicon spray roses, 1 indigo anemones, 1 yellow button poms, sprigs of thistle, salal tips, nagi, and leather leaf
  • 60-70 Bud vases: Each one will look different. I average 2-3 blooms and sprigs of greens per bud vase. Here are the flowers allotted for the bud vases: 25 Minerva carnations, 25 blueberry roses, 20 fuchsia mini carnation buds, 10 purple lisianthus, 20 rubicon spray roses, 20 indigo anemones, 20 yellow button poms, 2 bunches of thistle, 1 bu of salal tips, 2 bu of nagi, and 2 bu of leather leaf

Here's a handy Jewel Toned Recipe Printable!

Flower Moxie reserves the right to make changes or substitutions. All substitutions are only done as a last resort, and only when the reasons for doing so are reasonable and genuine. For example, if a flower or greenery becomes unavailable (off crop), incorrect color, or not in good condition to grace a wedding function we will select a substitute that has a similar color, shape, and price-point. We are not always able to notify you in advance of a substitution.

 Watch our video on Flower Substitutions and why you should not be frazzled or stressed if it happens.  

Here's our Jewel Tone Pinterest Board that inspired this combination of flowers (you must be logged in to view). We hand-selected predictable and year-round flowers that will be easy to work with and give you the same or similar vibe that's happening within these moodboards to take the guesswork out of it!

The Pinterest Inspo links are not an exact replica but a great visual image of similar colors and flowers pulled together to help with the "...but what's it all gonna look like together?" question.

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  • Package
    Makes
  • What You
    Get
  • Suggested
    Recipe
  • Flower
    Substitutions
  • Pinterest
    Inspiration

What this package makes and approximate cost breakdown:

  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet – $100
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets – $35 each
  • 8-12 Bouts and Corsages – $3 each
  • 2 Large Ceremony Urns OR 2 Large Foam Cages for Arch- $90 each
  • Centerpiece Options (Pick One Style OR Mix and Match):
    • 10 Centerpieces using a 5-6'' Vase Diameter- $35 each
    • 25-30 Mason Jar or 3'' Vase-  $14 each
    • 65-75 Bud vases, 1-2'' Diameter- $5 each

Almost there, but not quite the right quantities?

  • 75 stems- Minerva Carnations
  • 12 stems- Golden Mustard Roses **Golden Mustards are a high-demand color and can sometimes be scarce. Will sub with Combo, Honey Dijon or another muted yellow if off crop.
  • 50 stems- Blueberry Roses
  • 40 stems- Mini Fuchsia Carnations
  • 20 stems- Deep Purple Lisianthus
  • 30 stems- Rubicon Spray Roses
  • 40 stems- Indigo Anemones
  • 30 stems- Thistle
  • 5 bunch- Nagi
  • 3 bunch- Salal Tips
  • 5 bunch- Leather Leaf
  • 4 bunches- Yellow Button Poms
  • 20 stems- Dark Blue Delphinium

 
 
  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet: 3-4 Minerva carnations, 3-5 golden mustard roses, 3-4 blueberry roses, 3-4 fuchsia mini carnations, sprigs of deep purple lisianthus, 2 rubicon spray roses, 3-5 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, leather leaf, and salal tips
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets: 2 Minerva Carnations, 1 Golden mustard roses, 2 blueberry roses, few fuchsia mini carnations, 2 purple lisianthus, 1 rubicon spray roses, 2 indigo anemones, sprigs of thistle, nagi, salal tips, and leather leaf
  • Bouts and Corsages: Each one can look a bit different, and you can use mini carnations, spray roses, thistle, lisianthus buds, and all the greenery
  • 2 Large Ceremony Urns OR 2 Large Foam Cages for Arch: 13 Minerva carnations, 10 dark blue delphinium, 10 yellow button poms, 1 bunch of nagi and leather leaf, and 1/2 bunch of salal tips
  • 10 Centerpieces with 5-6'' Vase Diameter: 2-3 Minerva carnations, 2-3 blueberry roses, a few fuchsia mini carnation buds and purple lisianthus, 2 rubicon spray roses, 2 indigo anemones, 2 yellow button poms, sprigs of thistle, salal tips, nagi, and leather leaf
  • 25-30 Mason Jar or 3-4'' Vase Diameter: 1 Minerva carnations, 1 blueberry roses, a few fuchsia mini carnation buds and purple lisianthus, 1 rubicon spray roses, 1 indigo anemones, 1 yellow button poms, sprigs of thistle, salal tips, nagi, and leather leaf
  • 60-70 Bud vases: Each one will look different. I average 2-3 blooms and sprigs of greens per bud vase. Here are the flowers allotted for the bud vases: 25 Minerva carnations, 25 blueberry roses, 20 fuchsia mini carnation buds, 10 purple lisianthus, 20 rubicon spray roses, 20 indigo anemones, 20 yellow button poms, 2 bunches of thistle, 1 bu of salal tips, 2 bu of nagi, and 2 bu of leather leaf

Here's a handy Jewel Toned Recipe Printable!

Flower Moxie reserves the right to make changes or substitutions. All substitutions are only done as a last resort, and only when the reasons for doing so are reasonable and genuine. For example, if a flower or greenery becomes unavailable (off crop), incorrect color, or not in good condition to grace a wedding function we will select a substitute that has a similar color, shape, and price-point. We are not always able to notify you in advance of a substitution.

 Watch our video on Flower Substitutions and why you should not be frazzled or stressed if it happens.  

Here's our Jewel Tone Pinterest Board that inspired this combination of flowers (you must be logged in to view). We hand-selected predictable and year-round flowers that will be easy to work with and give you the same or similar vibe that's happening within these moodboards to take the guesswork out of it!

The Pinterest Inspo links are not an exact replica but a great visual image of similar colors and flowers pulled together to help with the "...but what's it all gonna look like together?" question.

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Step 2: Choose Your Package

Pinterest
Inspiration


"What is this gonna look like?"

Glad you asked! We'd love to show you our Pinterest inspiration board for this palette!

Printable Recipe
PDF


"What flowers go where?"

We made it easy! Snag your printable recipe for this collection and print copies for your helpers!

Design Explanation
Video


"Can you talk me through this design and color palette?"

Glad to! We built this palette with specific design elements in mind!

Step 3: Adding Flowers (optional)

Want to add more flowers to the package? Please do - we want you to make it your own! The below flowers are either part of the collection or the perfect add on blooms to compliment the vibe!

(Note: Although you cannot swap out flowers within the packages, you can add on or email us to help you customize the package)

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Photo Inspiration

These are photos of real Moxie brides!

jewel toned wedding flower DIY packages
Thank you to the fabulous photographers who gave us permission to use their image in our moodboards! Justina Bilodeau Photography

Bouquet (main image) - Black Bird Tale  and flowers by Signature Floral Design
Couch - Justina Bilodeau Photography and flowers by Minka
Bottles - Swak Photography and flowers by Inspired Help
Left Corner Bouquet: Brianna Wilbur Photography and flowers by Petals With Style
Anemone Photos: Unsplash