Flower Vases for Weddings

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Different flower vases for weddings for use in front of churches, in foyers and entrance halls, are a lovely way to decorate. Be sure to make them oversized, so they look well, even from a distance away.

This is a gorgeous mix of snapdragons, carnations, roses, stock, and Asiatic lilies. All these flowers come in a wide assortment of colors and can be easily adapted to your wedding color scheme.

This colorful mix is Stargazer lilies (Oriental lily), pink carnations, lavender stock and asters, and purple daisies. Mmmm. . .so pretty!

This lovely mixed bouquet included liatris, gladiolus, blue delphinium, purple static, and lavender mums in a deep blue glass vase.

Combine yellow daisies, alstromeria and Asiatic lilies for this striking floral.

Tall linear gladiolus, pale pink stock, carnations and pink alstromeria make this darling bouquet.

Photographs courtesy John Henry. All rights reserved.

Interested in doing your own wedding flowers? Check out the cool "How To" links at the bottom of the page. Directions for bouquets, corsages, pew ends and more.

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