For the bridal bouquet, we recreated something we first did here which the bride liked very much. For her, we usued pink Cymbiums interspersed with green Carnations on a base of eucalyptus. This is actually big and heavy, maybe around half a kilo and measuring around 2 feet from handle to tip of the leaves. The quality of the orchids are sensational! Usually the pink ones available look more like old rose than pink.
For the corsages and boutonnières, we used a single pink Cymbidium accented by Podocorpus and Queen Anne's Lace.
For the entourage bouquets, we used Gerberas in two shades of pink. As accents, we used pink snapdragons, Queen Anne's Lace, and Sweet Williams which is happily in season.
One (1) bundle of light-pink Carnations make up every crown for the flower girls. We usued Podocorpus as accent leaves, plus our usual acrylic crystals.
For the Junior Bride's maids, we made topiaries. All-green button mums flower balls on sticks. They look yummy enough to eat (but only if you were a goat in your previous life).