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I like to be different. When I planned my wedding, I wanted a bouquet that was unlike anything I'd seen in our area. I scoured bridal magazines and floral shops for innovative designs. After all of that research, I opted to for simple and elegant. While the crazy unique designs were lovely, they did not fit my personal sense of style. If you are anything like me, you many enjoy making a simple statement and let the flowers speak for themselves.
Simple does not have to mean boring or small. The flowers listed above are beautiful and vibrant. They can express all of the traditional sentiments florals convey in a wedding. Take time to look at photos in magazines or on-line to choose the style of bouquet you like before you meet with a florist to discuss which flowers will best suit that style.
All of these florals will work well as table arrangements too. Again, keep the look, clean, sleek and simple. If you like a variation, you can alternate high and low centerpieces. The low cut stems may require marbles or stones to weigh them down in a low container. Mixing round and square containers can also add variety to the look for the room.