Accessorizing Your Bouquet


FEW THINGS are lovelier than a bridal bouquet full of fresh coral charm peonies, garden roses, and hydrangeas. A bride’s bouquet is more than just flowers — it’s a once-in-a-lifetime accessory that will be the centerpiece for you and your groom on your wedding day. Your bouquet is a good opportunity to pay homage to a loved one, such as your mother or grandmother. If a leading lady in your life preserved her wedding dress, take the opportunity to wrap the stems of your bouquet with a piece of lace from her gown. Special jewelry, gems, and brooches also work well and make for heartfelt photographs. 

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