Many factors determine whether flowers will last as expected or whether your 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: Roses + ornamentation;
2: Cabbage decorative-green “flower” in the center of the bouquet;

A lovely synthetic bouquet made of round cream flowers decorated with shinning flowery beads
Credit: Dawn Joseph Photography
A lovely wedding bouquet made of round green kales, green fruits, and small white and green flowers
Credit: Christopher Nolan photography

3: Pearls – white beads for decorations; Carnation – white flowers; Hydrangea – white, small flowers;
4: Peony – bright flowers in the bouquet;

A beautiful synthetic bouquet consisting large white and green flowers decorated with shinning balls
Credit: Closer to Love photography
round pink flowers decorated with green leaves held by the bride
Credit: Jose Villa Photography

5: Roses – bright pink flowers; Peony – large white flowers;
6: Tulips – white flowers at the top of the bouquet; Ranunculus – white flowers with yellow center; Eucalyptus – silvery leaves;

large pink and white flowers decorated with green leaves held by the bride
Credit: Rob Yaskovic Photography
A lovely wedding bouquet comprised of large white and grey flowers decorated with green leaves
Credit: Vicki Grafton Photography

7: Sunflowers – large yellow flowers; Dhalia – red flowers; roses – red flowers at the top of the bouquet;
8: Ranunculus – orange-pink flowers with darker medium;

large red and green flowers decorated with sunflowers held by a bridesmaid
Credit: Corey Cagle Photography
round white, pink and purple flowers decorated with green leaves tied with a pink ribbon
Credit: Lauren Fair photography

9: Imperial Protea – large closed purple flower; Roses – red flowers;
10: Roses – small pink flowers; Dhalia – orange and pink large flowers;

purple flowers decorated with green flower buds
Credit: Twisted Willow Flowers
bouquet comprised of orange, purple and green flowers and green flower buds held by a bride
Credit: Figlewicz photography

11: Roses – light pink flower;
12: Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Peony – large pink and light orange flowers; Succulents – green flowers; Lisianthus – white-pink flowers; Roses – white flowers from the left side of the bouquet; Hyacinth – blue flowers;

wedding bouquet comprised of round pink, white and purple flowers mixed with blue fruits and green flower buds
Credit: Rebekah J Murray
orange, pink, blue and green succulent flowers and green and grey leaves held by a bridesmaid
Credit: Paperlily photography