Hand Tied Wedding Bouquets

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Hand tied wedding bouquets have become immensely popular in the past few years. Gorgeous clusters of aromatic blossoms that look like they've just been plucked from a garden.

This cheery bouquet is a mix of Gerbera daisies, yellow tulips, alstromeria and spengeri. Be sure to give a good wrap for a hand hold with this one, as sprengeri has tiny thorns.

These dainty white iris seem to breathe a some whisper of spring with it's design.

Tie graceful miniature callas in a casual hand held bouquet.

Blue hydrangeas are paired with the softest peach roses for a old fashioned romance look.

Yellow roses, orange Gerbera daisies and lavender stock are clustered together and accented with lovely blue limonium.

White and purple carnations with delicate babies breath is a down-right heavenly bouquet!

This bouquet drifts into a pleasant natural look with peach roses and purple asters. Decorative grasses gives it a very woodsy look.

Photos courtesy John Henry. All rights reserved.

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