Floral bouquets bring with them infinite possible combinations that can easily confuse an up and coming bride-to-be. Luckily, Jo from Floral Magic has agreed to share some bouquet 'recipes' that will make planning your wedding a bit easier!
Brides.com: A Glossary of Wedding Flowers by Color. Amaryllis. This winter flower is expensive but you get a lot of look for your buck. It's ideal for a holiday-inspired wedding in a loft or gallery. Browse more amaryllis wedding flower ideas.
Brides.com: . Amaryllis. This flower also comes in white, chartreuse, and variations of red. For a contemporary centerpiece, arrange this flower without foliage or filler. Browse more amaryllis wedding flower ideas.
We briefly talked about the amaryllis bouquet to bring in the burgundy. It's a totally different style than the baby's breath but it could also be done with white flowers. We could also just use the amaryllis flowers in random little vases to bring in the burgundy colour on various tables, mis-matched around the room.
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