The sheer experience of choosing and mixing flowers for different functions and occasions is what is required by anyone decorating a wedding reception venue. Otherwise, you can have all the types of flowers at your disposal but end up performing horribly. If you are a layperson in this field, the best thing is to hire skilled personnel to do that for you. After all, your wedding is a very special day for you when you will host distinguished guests. Your venue decoration should match the importance of the occasion. The following are samples of superbly mixed bridal bouquets of flowers that you can use.

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1: Dhalia – orange flowers with black center; Chrysanthemum – purple flowers from the left side of the bouquet; Peony – white and yellow flowers at the bottom of the bouquet on the left; Dusty Miller Flat – silvery leaves;
2: Red Roses + Ornaments;

A beautiful bouquet made of round white, pink and green flowers
Credit: Jeremy Chou photography
A beautiful synthetic wedding bouquet comprised of maroon flowers only decorated with shiny beads
Credit: Blue Petyl bouquets

3: Calla Lily – white flowers with ornaments;
4: Sunflower – large yellow flowers; Roses – violet flowers; Lavender – blue flowers;

A small synthetic bouquet made of white flowers only decorated with shiny beads and tied with a white ribbon
Credit: noaki jewelry
A small wedding bouquet consisting of yellow, black, purple, white and green flowers
Credit: Mikkel Paige photography

5: Decorative thistle – bows in a bouquet Roses – bright bouquet flowers;
6: Roses – yellow flowers; Succulents – big green and violet flowers; Billy Button Wines – yellow bouquets;

A lovely bridal bouquet comprised of blue, purple and green flowers held by the bride
Credit: 1486 Photography
A beautiful wedding bouquet comprised of yellow, green and blue succulent flowers held by the bride
Credit: Momoko photography

7: Roses – bright pink flowers; Thuja – green leaves; snowberry – white balls; freesia – white flowers on the right side of the bouquet (bottom);
8: Fern – feathery leaves, Poppy fruit – Asparagus Leaves – Falling green shoots (with thin leaves); Salal leaves – Leaves on the left side of the bouquet at the top;

A lovely bouquet comprised of round white, pink and green leafy flowers and pink fruits
Credit: Emily Wren
An awesome bridal bouquet consisting of green leafy flowers and green flower buds held by the bride
Credit: Kim Nowell Photography

9: Peony – red-cherry blossoms; Roses – bright pink flowers; Cherry fruit; Ruscus leaves;
10: Succulents – green-violet large flower; Dhalia – large red cherry pink flowers; Decorative thistle – bouqueting balls in bouquet; Ranunculus – orange flower; Anemone – yellow flower with black center;

A superb wedding bouquet made of round red and pink flowers and green leafy flowers held by the bride
Credit: Ashleigh Jayne photography
A wedding bouquet consisting of red, green, orange, pink, blue and white flowers
Credit: Soda Fountain Photography

11: Succulents – green – purple large flower; Peony – white and coral flowers;
12: Brunia – silver balls in a bouquet; Dusty miller flat – silver leaves; Anemone – white flowers with black middle;

Small lovely bouquets made of pink, white and blue flowers held by the bride maids
Credit: Rachel Solomon Photography
A lovely wedding bouquet made of round white flowers, grey fruits and grey leafy flowers held by the bride
Credit: Jessica Oh photography

13: Roses – pink flowers; Lisianthus – white flower buds; Salal leaves – bouquet leaves;
14: Peony – large pink flowers; Roses – pink flowers at the bottom of the bouquet;

A beautiful bouquet made of round pink flowers, white flower buds and green leaves
Credit: Dominique Bader Photography
A lovely bouquet made of round pink flowers only
Credit: Tate Carlson