For this wedding, I prepared a laid-back mix of off-white Ecuadorian roses and several ecru-shade Cymbidium orchids for the bridal bouquet. Sorry, didn't have the chance to take a closer photo because it had to be delivered to the hotel. The handle has a twin pair of cream tassels, finished off with a white, sequined fabric over a base of aqua blue ribbon.
The rest of the entourage were made out of white button mums and white cattleya. As usual, the latter was harvested from a farm in Silang, Cavite.
For the aisle, in lieu of the usual pedestals, we made flower balls - all of 16 inches per as requested by the bride - made of six (6) bundles of Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus) and six (6) bundles of white roses. Very nice - and terribly heavy. We had to huff and puff to get these balls to where they are now. I don't want to do them ever again!