A wedding bouquet consisting of round red and purple flowers mixed green leaves
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The task of mixing of flowers may seem simple but to achieve top-notch results, you have to be sufficiently experienced. Another tougher task is arranging for flowers in different positions may be in a wedding reception hall of a photo-shooting arena. However, every person has personal preferences when it comes to colors and other things. Therefore, you must reveal all your likes and expectations to your florist so that he has you in his mind when mixing your wedding bouquets. The following are superbly mixed wedding bouquets that you can suggest to your florist.

1: Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Israeli Ruscus – leaves at the bottom of the bouquet;Peony – large, pink and orange flowers; Roses – white-pink flowers on the right side of the bouquet;Cornflowers – blue, wildflowers;
2: Roses – white flowers with glittering pearls; Cantedeskia; Mini Calla Lily – white flowers with a funnel shape;

A wedding bouquet comprised of round pink, yellow and white flowers mixed with green, blue and grey flowers
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A synthetic wedding bouquet made of white flowers and shiny beads
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3: Carrots – small, white, wildflowers; Peony – large white flowers; green leaves for decorations;
4: Baby Breath – small white flowers; Roses – pink little flowers; Camomile – white flowers with yellow flowers similar to daisies;

A wedding bouquet consisting of white and green flowers
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A wedding bouquet consisting of white, pink and green flowers
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5: Succulents – flower fillet and green in bouquet; Cabbage decorative – green “flower” in bouquet; Rose – salmon flower; Viburnum – small green and white flowers;
6: Peony – white flowers; Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves;

A wedding bouquet comprised of pink and blue succulent flowers round pink flowers mixed green kales and green leaves
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A wedding bouquet comprised of round white flowers and grey leafy flowers tied with a grey ribbon
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7: Ruscus leaves – flowing leaves; Lisianthus – white flowers; Peony – yellow and light pink flowers;
8: Roses – bright pink and white flowers; Eucalyptus – silvery leaves;

A wedding bouquet consisting of round pink and white flowers pink flowers mixed green leaves
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A wedding bouquet consisting of round pink and white flowers mixed green leaves
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9: Lilac – violet flowers Tulips – white flowers;
10: Tulips – red flowers; Daisy flowers – yellow flowers; Ranunculus – white flowers;

A wedding bouquet consisting of round pink and white flowers mixed green leaves
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A wedding bouquet consisting of round red and purple flowers mixed green leaves
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11: Iris – blue and violet flowers with yellow center; Bear Grass – grass protruding from a bouquet; Decorative thistle – prickly blue balls in a bouquet;
12: Brunia – silver balls in a bouquet; Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; roses – white flowers; scabiosa – white flowers with corals in the middle;

A wedding bouquet consisting of round red and purple flowers mixed green leaves
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A wedding bouquet consisting of round white flowers, grey fruits, and grey leaves
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13: Clematis – violet and white-pink flowers; Roses – white-yellow flowers; Ranunculus – violet-pink flowers; Peony – large red flowers;
14: Roses – white flowers; Hydrangea – small white-pink flowers;

A wedding bouquet consisting of round red and purple flowers mixed green leaves
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A wedding bouquet consisting of white and pink flowers
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