The very best Male boutonniere should be somewhat a lot more intricate than the rest of the groomsmen boutonnieres.
Brides who choose blue wedding bouquets have, not surprisingly, a great affinity for flowers. After all, no matter what shade of blue a bride chooses, this hue will jump out against the pale white or ivory of a wedding gown. Depending on the flowers and shades your florist uses, blue can communicate a variety of moods: Crisp and proper navy, shocking electric blue, or ethereal cloud blue. Many flowers don’t sport the exact blue we seek in nature, but today’s realistic floral tints mean no flower is out of reach for those who desire blue blooms.
Blue hydrangea, blue dendrobium orchids, and white roses are an icy counterpoint to summer's heat for a garden wedding. The wrap a bride chooses will be a major design factor, and will set the tone for the wedding theme: a large satin bow or pearl-studded ribbon says something different than an heirloom doily, handkerchief, or rustic piece of burlap. 
A bride's floral arrangement is arguably the second most important part of her outfit, ranking immediately behind the wedding dress. Therefore, we encourage you to a put a lot of thought into the flowers you carry down the aisle! If you're wondering how to make your bridal bouquet extra special, it helps to turn to some inspiration. Luckily, we've got you covered with 50 of our all-time favorite arrangements. The bundles here feature some of the most creative shapes, memorable shades, and beautiful flowers out there. 
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