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Sweet SucculentsSucculents that resemble flowers make charming mates for spotted phalaenopsis orchids. The assortment is wired and tucked amid columbine, white-and-pink ranunculus, and plum-colored tulips.
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White Bouquets: PainterlyThis clutch of shapely blooms in tones of cream and white recalls a Victorian posy while befitting a modern bride. The taupe ribbon of silk satin brings out the soft caramel tones of the calla lilies and tulips; papery sweet peas lend a blousy feeling, and anemones, with their black centers, add contrast.Photography: CHARLES SCHILLER
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Pastel Bouquets: Pale PerfectionThis bouquet of spring flowers is both subtle in color and rich in fragrance. Ranunculuses lend solidity to ethereal poppies and dainty narcissi; 'Cream Perfection' tulips are as sleek as the creamy yellow satin ribbon used to tie the stems.Photography: Dana Gallagher
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White Magic: Blushing BeautyThis mound of fully open and fringed tulips, ruffly peonies, lilacs, and sweet peas is a collage of textures, with small blooms fluttering among larger ones above a vintage jacquard cuff.Photography: Yunhee Kim
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Unexpected Blend BouquetPinkish-purple hues and splashy markings pull together an unexpected blend of exotic vanda orchids and parrot tulips with striped garden roses. Beadlike white-tipped gomphrena and a tailored satin bow are appropriate finishings for the elegant and quite formal composition.
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Bright Bouquets: Minimalist Sheath
Long-stemmed tulips and calla lilies in shades of orange and tangerine need no more than a satin ribbon to bind them together.
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Parrot and Button Tulips
An abundance of ruffled parrot tulips and smooth button tulips appears to flicker with apricot-hued light; pale lime strokes of color add radiance, and a yellow satin ribbon is the perfect accent.
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Charming, Colorful Tulips
Friendly, irrepressible tulips have long been among the most cherished of blooms: With their affinity for mixing and matching, their ability to reproduce in almost any color (except blue), and their year-round availability, it's hard to imagine a better flower for a wedding.
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This mostly tulip mix interprets the artist's passion for the blooms with orange-and-yellow Dutch, pink Dutch double, French striped parrots, pointy mini-flames, and green-edged peony-flowered tulips. Yellow lupin are sprinkled throughout the asymmetrical cascade tied in royal-blue ribbon, a common painter's touch.
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Old-World Charm: Abundant Glory
This oversize bouquet recalls the lushness of a country meadow. A chartreuse velvet ribbon binds the long stems of gloriosa lilies, sandersonia, rose hips, Lachenalia, geranium foliage, mahonia, and French, parrot, and 'Tennessee' tulips.
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A Flurry of PinkA rosy hue unites these ranunculuses, sweet peas, and 'Rosario' tulips; an assortment of textures gives the bouquet its character.Photography: Dana Gallagher