A lovely bouquet comprised of green and white flowers
Credit: Platinum Floral Designs

Mixing of different types and colours of flowers for different purposes is not an easy task. It is a task that requires expertise to achieve top-notch results. Arranging the already mixed bouquets in various strategic positions to produce a superb look is also another challenge. Therefore, if you are looking forward to your wedding, do not be tempted to ask your church colleagues or club partners to help you out with this during your wedding. This is because they may not produce good results for your big day. Hire an expert to do it professionally for you. Below, we have sampled several flower combinations of bouquets that may inspire you.

1: Peony – red flower on the right at the top of the bouquet; Hawthorn – red balls from a straight up bouquet at the top; Ruscus Leaves – green leaves for decorations; Zinnia – big red flower at the bottom of the bouquet; Amaranth – maroon flowers flowing to the right of the bouquet; Roses – orange flowers; Chrysanthemum – orange flowers on the left;
2: Roses; Pearls;

A lovely bouquet comprised of round yellow and red flowers and green leaves
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A synthetic bouquet made of white flowers and shiny balls
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3: Pearls; brooches;
4: Field flowers; Lisianthus – white flowers with yellow center; Statice – small, purple flowers; Israeli Ruscus – leaves;

A synthetic bouquet made of white flowers and strings of shiny balls and other shining beads all over it
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A beautiful wedding bouquet made of green leaves and white, purple and blue flowers
Credit: Lelia Scarfiotti’s

5: Cornflower – blue flowers Lisianthus – purple flowers;
6: Apple fruit; Salal Leaves – leaves for decorations; Mini Calla Lily – small funnel flowers in white; Roses – flowers at the bottom of the bouquet (dyed green); Chrysanthemum – large white flowers; Hawthorn – green hawthorn fruit;

A beautiful bridal bouquet made of green leaves and white, purple and blue flowers
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A lovely wedding bouquet made of green leaves, green fruits and white flowers
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7: Lisianthus – white flowers with yellow center; Decorative thistle – pine cones – pine cones – green bush; Dusty miller flat – silver leafs; Spruce – conifer branches at the bottom of the bouquet; Left side bouquet;
8: Roses – bright pink flowers; Tulips – yellow flowers; Lisianthus – bright flowers over roses;

A bouquet made of green leaves and white and brown flowers
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A gorgeous bouquet comprised of pink, white and blue flowers
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9: Roses – violet large flowers; Lilac – violet tiny flowers; Freesia – violet flower buds;
10: Baby breath – small white flowers; Lisianthus – white flowers with yellow center; Tulips – white flowers on the right side of the bouquet top; Narcissus trumpet – white flowers at the bottom of the bouquet on the right;

A gorgeous bouquet comprised of purple, white and green flowers
Credit: Tammy Hughes
A lovely bouquet comprised of green and white flowers
Credit: Platinum Floral Designs

11: Roses – white flowers; Peony – light pink flowers;
12: Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Brunia – silver beads in the bouquet; Roses – white-pink flowers;

A lovely wedding bouquet made of white flowers only
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A gorgeous bouquet comprised of grey fruits, pink flowers and green leaves
Credit: Isabelle Selby photography

13: Imperial Protea – large pink-orange flowers; Fern – leaves hanging in the bouquet;
14: Roses – light pink flowers Lisianthus – white flowers;

A bouquet made of green leaves and white and red flowers
Credit: Jordan Voth Photography
A beautiful bouquet consisting of white and pink flowers
Credit: Megan Clouse photography