TEST pinterest organic cream bridal bouquet

OK, this bouquet is LAYING ON THE FRIGGIN' GROUND and still looks breathtaking!!!! It's the floral equivalent to that girl on Facebook that looks flawless 8 seconds after giving birth. I be like "HOW?!?!?".

But seriously, the sages, the creams, it's utter perfection!

The flowers below capture the muse of this arrangement. Pick out what you like, and make it your own, Sweetpeas!

Our recipes for recreating this look

This recipe will be enough to make approximately
1 bridal bouquet , 4 small bridesmaid bouquets, and 3-5 bouts/corsages
(Approximate cost: $320)
Add 1 bunch
(12 stems per bunch)

You can also sub a Romeo garden rose for an O'Hara garden rose 
Add 2 bunches
(10 stems per bunch)
Add 2 bunches
(10 stems per bunch)
Add 2 bunches
(10 stems per bunch)
Add 1 bunch
(25 stems per bunch)

You can also use 1 bunch of proud roses or 1 bunch of eskimo roses instead
Add 2 bunches
(Growers' bunch - sold by weight, not by stem count)
Add 2 bunches
(Growers' bunch - sold by weight, not by stem count)
Bridal bouquet
  • 8-10 stems garden rose
  • 5-6 stems lisianthus
  • 5-6 stems spray rose
  • 5-6 stems veronica
  • 1/4 - 1/2 bunch baby eucalyptus
  • 1/2 - 3/4 bunch gunni eucalyptus 
Bridesmaid bouquet x4
  • 5-6 stems standard rose (vendela/proud/escimo)
  • 2-3 stems veronica
  • 2-3 stems lisianthus
  • 2-3 stems cream spray rose
  • ~1/4 bunch baby eucalyptus
  • ~1/4 bunch gunning eucalyptus

Bouts & Corsages x3-4
  • 1-2 buds cream spray rose
  • sprigs of baby eucalyptus
  • sprigs of gunning eucalyptus
  • buds of lisianthus
  • Note: save your "scraps" from the bouquet assembly for your bouts!

Bridal

This recipe will be enough to make
1 bridal bouquet
(Approximate cost: $xxx)
Add 1 bunch
Add 1 bunch
Add 1 bunch
Add 1 bunch

Bridal Bouquet

  • 8-10 stems Romeo (or garden rose of your choosing)
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