Start the day on a soft note by filling your processional with watercolor hues. Wrap your hands around a dreamy bouquet, and have your most precious cargo carried on a pillow made from small slices of subtly tinted fabric. Within this feminine bouquet, Majolica roses and ranunculus provide a creamy base, while phalaenopsis orchids and amaryllis peach things up.
She is wearing a BHLDN wedding dress.
Exquisite in its asymmetry, this bouquet, composed of white and orange seasonal roses and darker orange Chinese lanterns, takes its shape from the lanterns, which dangle gracefully like charms from a bracelet.
This voluptuous clutch of riotous red roses and ranunculus is the bright color of kissable lips. Forgo the expected swath of smooth satin, and gather them together in a crisp, box-pleated ribbon instead.
She is wearing a Vera Wang wedding gown.
Enliven a monochromatic posy of white fringed tulips (you and Mother Nature — great minds think alike!) by mixing in white and ivory rosettes fashioned from raffia and floral wire. Finish the look with another knot of raffia.
She is wearing a Trendwedding wedding dress (trendwedding.co.uk).
Trade “I do”s with your groom in a faux field of glorious yellow flowers. It’s one garden setting that you don’t need a green thumb to cultivate.
She is wearing a Carmen Marc Valvo wedding dress
An exquisite all-white cascade like this one, fashioned from roses, sweet peas, Ranunculus, and tiny lilies of the valley, would be fitting for just about any bride in any setting.
Wedding Dress by Robert Danes.
It’s the perfect size for lipstick and a copy of your vows, and it syncs up with nearly any gown — especially this strapless stunner. But the best thing about this ruffled tote is its bright, happy hue.
Trendwedding gown (trendwedding.co.uk)
Play up this tulle ball gown’s crystal-embellished flowers with an oversize crown of roses, orchids, and cyclamen.
Christos “Arabella” gown