Don't know your carnations from your chrysanthemums? Let this fabulous guide help you to identify your favourite flowers, introduce you to new ones and inspire you to put together your dream bouquet and wedding flower arrangements.
Affordable Wedding Centerpieces That Don't Look Cheap | Martha Stewart Weddings - These tall and abundant arrangements are as simple as they are beautiful, using bundles of low-cost baby's breath for a delicate but full look. The smaller glasses beneath can hold any inexpensive bloom, from carnations and chrysanthemums to hydrangeas and even roses.
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Imagine black Dahlia's in the place of the white mums--deep blue hydrangea instead of white--no snowflake-duh and black branches. Put it in the mercury glass (mirror silver) vase. Pretty and very simple and adds a nice element of height.
How Many Flowers Do I Order? As a general rule you want 18-24 stems per table arrangement or bridesmaid bouquets. 12 stems work nicely for a small bouquet. 20-25 stems is a nice amount for the brides bouquet as well as large arrangements using line flowers. Each boutonniere is 1-3 stems, corsages are 3-5 blooms. The definition of stem here is a main flower like a rose, carnation and so on. For fillers such as babies breath a field bunch will do approx. 3-4 arrangements.