Bridesmaid Bouquets

Bouquets should be understated and simple - they should not compete with the bride's bouquet or look too eye catching. They are there to subtly complement rather than dazzle.

- Hand tied singles or small bouquets are usually popular and cost-effective.

- A basic version of the bride's bouquet is a safe option.

- The bouquet can coordinate with the bridesmaids' dresses and the bride's bouquet.

- The bridesmaids' bouquets should also match the ushers' buttonholes.

- For a more unusual look each bridesmaid may carry different flowers.

See Bridal Bouquets

See Buttonholes

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