Spring Wedding Bouquet



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A spring wedding bouquet should reflect the freshness of a new beginning - just like the season.

This beautiful bouquet looks like a hand-tied - but it has a secret! It is actually arranged in a bouquet holder, with the handle hidden within the cut flower stems. This way the delicate spring flowers that are so thirsty continues to have a water source, keeping them fresh throughout your wedding day! I like to use an Oasis SuperWet Bouquet Holder for this, since it is available in green and blends well into the flower stems. It has an added bonus of a self-wicking handle. This way you can leave the cap off the bottom, pop it into a vase of water when you're done designing and it keeps the Oasis wet and the flowers fresh! Awesome - you can do the bouquet ahead of time!

This bouquet is bursting with gorgeous flowers, including pink and yellow tulips, dainty orange stars-of-Bethlehem, warm peach amaryllises, yellow hyacinths and soft coral Gloriosa lilies. Touches of blue are blended in with muscari and pale lavender hyacinths.


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Like the look of a cascade? This stunning design has a mixture of soft hued roses, asiatic lilies and soft pink alstoeromeia with a lovely framing of trailing ivy.







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