Bouquets for Brides and Bridesmaids

Martha Stewart Weddings, Winter 2003

The difference between a bride's flowers and those carried by her attendants can be quite subtle; it might be nothing more than a shift in size, shape, or color. But within these basic divergences exists a multitude of lovely and creative possibilities. We asked New York City florist Michael George to come up with six coordinating arrangements for brides and their bridesmaids. The unique bouquets he created are dazzling in their simplicity and sheer beauty -- and each one of them is a part of a larger ensemble that can bring flair, elegance, and unity to any wedding day.

Herbs and Flowers
Tropical Blooms
Yellow Roses Reinvented
Berry-Laden Branches
A Classic Wintry Mix
A Profusion of Pinks

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