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Flower Moxie is the only online DIY company with over 65 pick-up locations across the US. Click here to view cities!

Cream and Sage- Small Package

$ 365.00
What You Can Make and Approximate Cost Per Item:
  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet- $100
  • 6-7 Bridesmaid Bouquets- $35 each
  • 10-15 Bouts and Corsages- $3 each

Need a few more bouquets or centerpieces?  Click here!

What You Get:
  • 25 stems- White Escimo Roses
  • 20 stems- White Veronica
  • 20 stems- White Ranunculus
  • 10 stems- White Statice
  • 10 stems- Cream Spray Roses
  • 20 stems- White Lisianthus
  • 2 bunches- Gunni Eucalyptus
  • 2 bunches- Olive Branch
  • 1 bunch- Baby Blue Eucalyptus
  • 1 bunhc- Silver Dollar Eucalyptus

(Flower Moxie has a $350 order minimum- so you may need to add on a few bunches of your favorite blooms to hit this amount)

Suggested Recipe:

  • 1 Large Bridal Bouquet: 5-7 Escimo roses, 5 white veronica, 5-6 white ranunculus, 3-5 white lisianthus, white statice sprigs, 2 cream spray roses, sprigs of gunni, silver dollar, baby blue euc, and olive branch
  • 6-7 Bridesmaids Bouquets: 2-3 Escimo Roses, 2 white veronica, 2 white ranunculus, 2-3 white lisianthus, white statice sprigs, 1 cream spray roses, sprigs of greens
  • Bouts or Corsages:  I average 1-2 spray rose buds per bout, and 3 buds per corsage.  Add sprigs of statice and your favorite green!  I like to save a ranunculus for the groom's bout to make his special!  

    Here's our Cream and Sage Pinterest Board that inspired this combination of flowers.  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 guess-work 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.