The bridal bouquet consisted of 20 pieces of red Ecuadorian roses with acrylic crystals and a deep blue Mokuba bow and diamond brooch in a silver setting. The latter two reflect the couple's official motif: midnight blue and silver. The roses are also available in green, blue, almost all shades of pink, orange, bright yellow, butter yellow, light yellow (okay, all kinds of yellow!), and the mixed ones (i.e. orange and red, etc.)
The Maid of Honor's bouquet is a baby image of the bride's bouquet only this time with a silver ribbon handle.
The wristers for the secondary sponsors and usherettes consisted of deep pink (purplish in the evenings) Carnations accentuated by Queen Anne's lace, acrylic crystals in a base of benito leaves.
For the mothers and the female principal sponsors, we used white cymbidium orchids to replace the original plan of using cattleya. The former may be more expensive than the latter (costing is based on my own suppliers) and also more sturdy especially in extreme humidity like what happened today.
And finally, the all-white pomanders for the bride's maids and flower girls, accented by dark blue fabric butterflies and plastic silver beads for handles.