Choosing Flowers for Your Wedding
Monochromatic Large Flowers
What it is: Three to five heads of large, single-hued flowers, such as hydrangeas (shown). Lilies, freesias, and gerbera daisies also
work well because there's little color variation in the petals. Filler is minimal; lemon leaves provide just enough greenery.
The simple arrangement is perfect against a frilly gown, which calls for an unfussy bouquet.
What to know: These bouquets are often cheaper than others, since the florist needs to purchase only one flower variety. Note: Steer clear of narcissi. Their oozing stems can ruin a dress.
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