Tulips Bridal Bouquet

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A tulips bridal bouquet can truly have many different looks, since the bright array of colors is fantastic. Spring is the best time to use tulips in a bouquet, when they are at their peak in growing. Although available other times of the year, imported or hothouse grown may have smaller heads and thinner stems - although the price will be higher.

Isn't this bouquet stunning? Bright yellow tulips are gathered with gerbera daisies, white roses, green button mums, and rust hypericum berries. Note the delicious accent of lime wedges and curled decorative wire. You can buy colorful accents in fun colors in my wedding store.

Photo courtesy Smithers-Oasis. All rights reserved.

The warmth of your hand on a clutch bouquet will open tulips wide just as roses do. See the vibrant color combination of reds and purple in this bouquet.

Pale pink tulips are paired with a brighter hue of miniature carnations. Fill in with some white flowers for depth and tie with a delicious chocolate bow.

Want simplicity? Pair a single color of tulip with a bright plaid bow for accent.

Red and pink tulips look exotic when combined with red asters and cool green hypericum berries.

Above photos courtesy John Henry. All rights reserved.

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