Many factors determine whether flowers will last as long as expected or whether a designer has produced something that you will like. Due to nature, seasonality as well as the regional availability of flowers, you can substitute the flowers with equivalent ones from your supplier. Free substitution of bouquets is done considering the overall flower color, shape, size and style combinations. In single-variety combination, the variety takes precedence over color. For example, if a bouquet is for yellow daisies, they can substitute with another color of daisies. You should know all these when dealing with your florist. Here are several wedding bouquets you may consider.

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1: Rose – orange flowers; Rose inglesi – almost white, big flowers;Green delphinium – drooping, green flowers in the shape of balls; Hypericum – orange balls, shoots with fruit;Baby Eucalyptus – blue-silver leaves;
2: Wedding bouquet with brooches;

A lovely bridal bouquet comprised of large and round orange flowers mixed with green and white flower buds
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Lovely synthetic bridal bouquets made of blue, purple and black beads and a string of shiny beads
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3: Decorative thistle – stingy balls in the bouquet; Clover – violet flowers of flowers; Roses – salmon flowers; Imperial Protea – 2 large flowers with closed centers;
4: Chrysanthemum – white compact flowers; Imperial Protea – green closed flower;

large and round white and purple flowers mixed with green and white flower buds
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large and round white flowers mixed with green flowers buds and green leaves
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5: Peony – white flowers Lilac Flower;
6: Ruscus leaves – flowing leaves; Asiatic Lily – white large flowers in the shape of a cup; Hyacinth – white, pink and blue flowers;

bouquet comprised of large and round white flowers mixed with purple flower buds
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bouquet comprised of white, blue, purple and green flowers
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7: Eucalyptus – silvery leaves; Decorative thistle – prickly beads in the bouquet; Peony – bright flowers in the bouquet;
8: Roses – white and salmon flowers; Poppy Seed – poppy (bouquet); Snowberry – white and pink bouquet; Lily of the Valley – white flowers;

comprised of white flowers, green flower buds mixed with green leaves
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bouquet comprised of large and pink and white flowers mixed with small purple flower buds and pink fruits
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9: Ranunculus – white flowers with yellow center; Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Eucalyptus – silvery round leaves;
10: Lisianthus – smaller white flowers; Ranunculus – white flowers with yellow middle; Boxwood – minor leaves;

bouquets comprised of white and green flowers mixed with green leaves
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A cute wedding bouquet comprised of white and green flowers mixed with green leaves
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11: Succulents – green flower; Roses – pink flowers at the top of the bouquet; Peony – pink flowers at the bottom of the bouquet;
12: Sunflowers – large yellow flowers; Hydrangea – white flowers; Scabiosa – violet flowers on the left at the top of the bouquet; Lisianthus – purple flowers; Mini Kalla Lili – purple flower buds;

A beautiful wedding bouquet comprised of white and pink flowers mixed with green leaves
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A nice bouquet comprised of white and purple flowers mixed with green leaves
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13: Roses – pink flowers; Eucalyptus – ornamental leaves; Fressia – white flowers with green buds; daisy – white flowers with yellow centers;
14: Roses – orange and white flowers; Craspedia – yellow balls;

Lovely bouquet comprised of white and pink flowers mixed with green leaves
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A nice bouquet comprised of yellow and white flowers mixed with green leaves and flower buds
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