Flower bouquets are used in various places in wedding activities. There those put on tables, others hanged on the walls and roofs, others held by the bride and bride’s maids among other places. For a wedding bouquet to come out as spectacular, the floral experience is necessary. You, therefore, need to seek expert assistance from people with massive experience in this field to mix bouquets for your wedding. The following are bridal bouquets mixed with flowers of different types, shapes, and colors that you may like.

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1: Succulents – flowers, violet and green; Sweet pea – white flowers;
2: Roses – red and cherry blossoms;

succulent blue and green flowers and white roses
Credit: Amberv Sue photography
round red, purple and white flowers, green flower buds and green leaves
Credit: Dahlia Floral Design

3: Roses – white flowers; decorative thistle – prickly beads in the bouquet; Anemone – white flowers with darker medium;
4: Roses – white, light pink flowers;

round white and blue flowers, green flower buds and strings of green leaves
Credit: Fuller Photography
round pink and white flowers and green leaves
Credit: Amy & Jordan via Instagram

5: Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Ranunculus – white flowers with yellow center; Camelia – white flowers;
6: Roses – orange, red and pink flowers; Ruscus leaves – hanging leaves from the bouquet;

round white flowers, green flower buds and green and grey leaves
Credit: Millay photography
pink, blue, orange, green and white flowers, yellow flower buds and strings of green leaves
Credit: Jess Mauger Floral Design

7: Roses – pink and purple flowers; Peony – white flowers;
8: Fressia – white flowers; Roses – bright pink flowers on the left at the top of the bouquet Ranunculus – pink flowers at the bottom of the bouquet;

white and purple flowers and green leaves
Credit: Markit Photography
round white and pink flowers and green leaves
Credit: Sarah Babcock Studio

9: Orchids – white dangling flowers Roses – pink flowers;
10: Sunflowers – large yellow flowers, roses – yellow flowers; Daisy – white flowers with yellow center; Craspedia – yellow balls; peony – orange-red flower;

A wedding bouquet consisting of round pink flowers, yellow flower buds, and strings of white leaves
Credit: K&K Photography
white, green, red and yellow flowers, sunflowers and green leaves
Credit: Raebeam Photography

11: Decorative thistle – stinging balls in a bouquet; Peony – large bright flowers; Clover – violet, orange and cherry balls;
12: Field Flowers;

white, orange, blue and purple flowers, green flower buds and green leaves
Credit: Lisa Mathewson Photography
round white, blue and purple flowers, green flower buds and green leaves
Credit: Zoom Theory Photography

13: Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves; Peony – large white flowers; Lilac – violet flowers;
14: Roses – cream flowers; Dhalia – bright orange flower in the middle; Mini Calla Lily – white flowerbed; Brunia – silver balls; Dusty miller flat – silvery leaves;

white, green and purple flower buds and grey leaves
Credit: Aaron Almendral
grey fruits, white and purple flowers, green flower buds and green leaves
Credit: Stoffer Photography