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The bold hue, whether in burgundy, cherry, or rose, is in full bloom in these arrangements that have appeared in Martha Stewart Weddings. Get inspired by them when picking your big-day bouquet.
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Crimson garden roses, ranunculus, clematis, viburnum berries, and scabiosas subtly pop against this magnificent mink-colored gown. Grayish-brown hellebores and a taupe silk bow add the chic finishing touches.
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This luscious clutch of roses and ranunculus is the color of kissable lips. Forgo the expected swath of smooth satin, and gather them together in a navy box-pleated ribbon instead.
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Pretty With Pink
Be both a blushing and bold bride with a bunch of roses in shades of fuchsia and red.
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For a bouquet that’s every bit as rich as fall foliage, mix red ranunculus with golden accents.
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Red roses, lilies, amaryllis, anemones, ranunculus, and dahlias make a modern statement when paired with a white gown. In the spring and summer, swap in Asiatic lilies for the amaryllis.
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A posy of ranunculus and geranium leaves adds a splash of color to an outdoor wedding.