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A single variety of flower -- here, long-stemmed wine-colored calla lilies -- loosely arranged in an architectural bundle is simple and dramatic.
Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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This inexpensive composition uses casual flowers in a formal shape: pee gee hydrangeas, chamomile, Queen Anne's Lace, lady's mantle, and tweedia. Mint adds greenery and a subtle scent.
Photo: Paul Costello
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With ultra-vivid hues, this charming little cluster just might steal the show. The palette is achieved with deep lavender roses, lavender sweet peas, and stock in pinks and purples. Bonus: The roses and sweet peas have a heavenly fragrance.
Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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Think baby's breath is old fashioned? Think again. When used on its own in a massive mound, this delicate little flower has an entirely fresh appeal. Bonus: Baby's breath is inexpensive, making this a very affordable bouquet. It also dries beautifully.
Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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Adventurous, attention-getting color adds a twist to a classic dome bouquet. Fiery miniature amaryllis mix here with russet and gold calla lilies and two-toned Leonidas roses.
Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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Everyone's favorite wedding flower gains something in a spectrum of colors which gradually grow more intense. Here, an assortment of roses in cream to russet hues: Elize, Sahara, peach, and two-toned Leonidas.
Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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Carried in the arms like a beauty-queen prize (hence the name), the pageant bouquet takes a modern turn in this version of unadorned long-stemmed calla lilies and French tulips in creamy ivory. Bonus: Place the bare stems in water at your reception for an extra floral decoration, then enjoy the blooms at home after the wedding.
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In this autumn mix, unconventional bridal blossoms like yellow and chocolate sunflowers mix with deep Black Magic roses; orange dahlias pull it all together. Bud bonus: using flowers in season helps cut costs. Photo: Paul Costello
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Even an armload of blooms can have a bridal look. Pee gee hydrangeas are a lovely, lacy accent to stock and pale blue tweedia; roses in a range of related hues (Sahara, Rustique, and peach) keep the color fresh. Photo: Paul Costello
Peter M. Krask
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Smaller-scale bouquets are a good way to experiment with texture. Here, spiky blue veronica, a cost-cutting wildflower, pokes up above blue hydrangea and tweedia. Photo: Paul Costello
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For this all-white bouquet of calla lilies and ranunculus, a little "something blue" comes from the fragrant grape hyacinth.
Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY.
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Softly colored roses exude a romantic feeling. Here lavender roses mix with sweet peas and parrot tulips in the same palette. Sage-colored seeded eucalyptus keeps in the soft tones.
  Photo: Wendell Webber
Rebecca Cole, New York, NY
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Trailing over a bride's arms, a cascade offers a visual impact of abundance. This example features purple lisianthus, deep burgundy peonies, dark purple calla lilies, red roses, and lavender passion flower.

Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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You can get a less formal feeling with a simple hand-tied bouquet of white roses, ranunculuses, and anemones mixed with the soft texture of green lady's mantle.

Photo: Wendell Webber
Rebecca Cole, New York, NY
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This colorful version includes ivory and pale pink roses in its outer rings, then stephanotis, followed by darker pink roses and a Bull's-Eye center of white ranunculus topped with a single stephanotis.

Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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Simple stephanotis looks virtuous and lovely.



Photo: Wendell Webber
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Lush and full, this nosegay is designed with ranunculus, roses, narcissus, hydrangeas, ornamental kale, china berries, and lady's mantle.

Photo: Wendell Webber
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This bouquet is pretty in purple -- made of lavender roses, astilbe and agapnathus.


Photo: Troy House
Blue Petal, New York, NY
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The loose, free style of a hand-tied bouquet has a picked-it-yourself quality. This one features lisianthus flowers, lady's mantle, seeded eucalyptus, and astilbe.


Photo: Wendell Webber
Color of Magic, New York, NY
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Blue, purple and green hydrangea clusters make for a fluffy puff of fabulous style.


Photo: Troy House
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This bouquet is a mix of chartreuse cymbidium orchids, button mums, and lady's mantle, plus white and green parrot tulips and yellow-green roses.
Photo: Wendell Webber
Rootstock and Quade, Brooklyn, NY
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The spiky, striking shape of dahlias is as bold as their warm red and pink colors.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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A round bouquet is the most classic in shape. This example includes tulips, ranunculuses, narcissi, lilacs, hydrangeas, and seeded eucalyptus.

Photo: Wendell Webber
Color of Magic, New York, NY
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An all white bouquet can be as bold as a colorful one -- this one has sleek calla lilies, sweet lily of the valley, soft lisianthus, and lush peonies.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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This luxurious cascade is designed with a mix of ranunculus, amaryllis, hydrangea, amaranth, lady's mantle, astilbe, china berries, and ornamental cabbage.

Photo: Wendell Webber
Color of Magic, New York, NY
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Roses in all shapes and sizes makes this armful an eyeful.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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Though most popular for flower girls, there's no reason the bride herself can't carry a pomander. Made with hydrangea, this one looks especially soft and full.Photo: Wendell Webber
Color of Magic, New York, NY
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This bouquet of green and white roses and galax leaves gets its texture from oregano blossoms.Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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This bouquet is made of gloriosa lilies and Splendid Renata roses.


Photo: Troy House
Lotus NYC, New York, NY
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A fresh, simple bunch of lily of the valley makes a quietly beautiful bouquet.


Photo: Wendell Webber
Leslie Palme Event Design, New York, NY
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Red looks rich in this bunch of Red Lion amaryllis, Fancy Amazon roses, and exotic-looking chinaberries.




Photo: Troy House
The Daily Blossom, New York, NY
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Spiky blue thistle poke their heads through a bountiful bed of white roses and gardenias.





Photo: Troy House
Lotus NYC, New York, NY
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In this composite bouquet, several amaryllis flowers are joined together to form what looks like an enormous single bloom.




Photo: Wendell Webber
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This example is actually made of four mini bouquets, including a mix of gladiolous florets, orange tulips, orange protea, burgundy dahlias, fatsia japonica leaves and eucalyptus buds. The spiky protea adds a little bit more texture.


Photo: Troy House
Lotus NYC, New York, NY
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Beautiful roses in pinks and reds look hand-picked in this gorgeous grouping.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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An array of roses and stephanotis make this bouquet sweet and sublime.

From the Minnesota wedding of Betsy and John. 


Photo: Hilary N. Bullock Photography
Dilly Lily, Minneapolis, MN
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A simple selection of calla lilies makes a bold and beautiful bouquet.

Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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Simple white calla lilies look modern with their touches of greens on the ends.

Photo: Laurie Schneider Photography
Floret, Plymouth, MN
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All you need is a natural bunch of New Zealand waxflowers for a bouquet with understated elegance.

Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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This budding bouquet is a simple bunch of pale pink, dark pink, and white peonies.



Photo: Thomas Studios
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Peonies look lush and lovely when tied with a simple thin ribbon.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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Cream and white dahlias look soft yet sophisticated.




Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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An all-white bouquet can be as bold as a colorful one -- this one has sleek calla lilies, sweet lily of the valley, soft lisianthus, and lush peonies.



Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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A multi-color bunch of sweet peas makes a strong yet sophisticated statement.



Photo: Jasper-Sky Photography
Wisteria Floral Artistry, Irvington, NY
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A simple bunch of lily of the valley looks sweet and subtle.


Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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This bouquet gets its velvety hue from lavender roses, astilbe, and agapanthus.


Photo: Troy House
Seaport Flowers, Brooklyn, NY
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Roses, hydrangea, tulips and orchids mix beautifully together.


Photo: Ashley Garmon Photographers
Verbena Floral Design, Austin, TX
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Pink goes from girly to glamorous, with cockscomb, dahlias, hot-hued roses, orchids, burgundy-tipped yellow calla lilies, plus geranium leaves and seeded eucalyptus.


Photo: Troy House
Color of Magic, New York, NY
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Reds and oranges get hot with this bunch of terra cotta-colored calla lilies, mini calla lilies, leonotis roses, and red hypericum berries.


Photo: Susan Jackson Photography
The Flower Depot, St. Louis, MO
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An armful of oriental lilies makes a dramatic statement.




Photo: Wendell Webber
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Yellow calla lilies in two shades makes this bouquet an armful of sunshine.



Photo: Fabrice Trombert
Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
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Sweet peas, lily of the valley, and tulips look sweet and subtle.


Photo: Dara Blakely Photography
Mel Day for Dogwood Tree Floral Designs, Raleigh, NC
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Daffodils are the perfect answer for a springtime affair.


Photo: W. Wayne Lockwood, M.D./CORBIS
Botanica, New York, NY
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This sunny bunch is a simple bouquet made of golden yellow calla lilies.



Photo: Louis Feliz Photography
Flowers by Leah, Sunland, CA
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This round bouquet of chartreuse cymbidium orchids really stands out against the color of the dress.


Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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Roses in all colors makes this a bright and bold bunch.


Photo: Picture This! Photography
David Lavoy Flowers, Atlanta, GA
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Red and hot-pink anemones make for a simple yet sexy bouquet.


Photo: Wendell Webber
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A nosegay of lavender sweet peas and white lisianthus flowers is soft and pretty.


Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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Huge pale-pink peonies with a collar of hosta leaves are a lovely complement to the pale sage color of a bridesmaid's dress.



Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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Dark purple calla lilies play off pewter, with hand-beaded flowers and velvet leaves adding a sparkly formal effect.


Photo: Wendell Webber
Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
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Color mixes beautifully with these light orange roses, blue delphinium, hydrangea, and iris.


Photo: Marie Labbancz Photography
Marazzo's Manor Lane Florist, Yardley, PA

Bridal Bouquet Photos

Ever think pink could be so many colors? Monochromatic bouquets (stick to 3-4 flower types) pack a punch. Here, in varying shades of pale to hot pink, are hydrangeas, roses, and -- big surprise -- carnations. Bouquet by Peter M. Krask Photo: Paul Costello
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  • Peter M. Krask
  • Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY.
  • Rebecca Cole, New York, NY
  • Elizabeth Ryan, New York, NY
  • Blue Petal, New York, NY
  • Color of Magic, New York, NY
  • Rootstock and Quade, Brooklyn, NY
  • Lauren Messelian, New York, NY
  • Lotus NYC, New York, NY
  • Leslie Palme Event Design, New York, NY
  • The Daily Blossom, New York, NY
  • Dilly Lily, Minneapolis, MN
  • Floret, Plymouth, MN
  • Wisteria Floral Artistry, Irvington, NY
  • Seaport Flowers, Brooklyn, NY
  • Verbena Floral Design, Austin, TX
  • The Flower Depot, St. Louis, MO
  • Mel Day for Dogwood Tree Floral Designs, Raleigh, NC
  • Botanica, New York, NY
  • Flowers by Leah, Sunland, CA
  • David Lavoy Flowers, Atlanta, GA
  • Marazzo's Manor Lane Florist, Yardley, PA

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