The bridal bouquet is a simple but elegant number, a merry mix of three flowers: white Cymbidium, Million Star (Gypsophila sp.; a relative of the carnation), and white Licianthus. It has a thick base of tree fern fillers before ending in a white-ribboned handle.
The boutonnière for the men: a single white Cymbidium orchid with soft loops of greens and faux crystals. Despite the delicateness of the material used, it still expresses a bold statement for the men - that they're not afraid to wear flowers on their lapels.
The bouquet for the rest of the entourage (i.e. principal sponsors, maid of honor, brides maids).
One half of the general entourage bouquet is a cluster of Cattleya (from Silang, Cavite) on a bed of dainty tree fern fillers.
On the reverse side, button mums accentuated with the occassional podocorpus leaves, and faux crystals.
A full and heavy bouquet for a powerful and sleek machine.