10 Instant Bouquet Upgrades
Wrapped in Ribbon
Bride Heather carried a giant cluster of fragrant white sweetpeas tied with a 1940s ribbon.
A Tailored Mix
Wide and narrow-striped grosgrain ribbons with a pinned-on vintage button tie this mix of barely yellow double narcissus, white narcissus with yellow cups, and tubular freesias.
A single dangling Fritillaria adds charm to this cascade of Fritillaria, miniature Cymbidium orchids, and lilies of the valley while a silver metallic bow imparts elegance.
This voluptuous clutch of riotous red roses and ranunculus is gathered together in a crisp, box-pleated ribbon.
This vibrant bouquet, which grouped together garden roses, nigella, and dusty miller, was tied with a pair of deep blue satin ribbons for a loose, organic feel.
White peonies are wrapped with striped vintage ribbon, befitting of this bride's black-and-white wedding in New York City.
Blush-pink garden roses are surrounded by black velvet leaves and crinoline at Courtney's wedding. A lush gold ribbon was the final touch.
Gilded leaves and a "something blue" jacquard ribbon add a regal feeling to a bouquet of hydrangeas, ranunculus, and rosebuds.
Flowers and Lace
Queen Anne's Lace and some interesting ribbon was all this bundle needed to make a sensational wedding bouquet.
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