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Browse summery bouquet options in various colors and blooms.
Elephant ear leaves give a seashore vibe to this mix of calla lily and papier-mache blooms for an arrangement that has a decidedly island feel.
The sun-kissed hues and varied shapes of spiky orange dahlias, soft-pink garden roses, hanging millet, and coral drops give this bouquet a tropical feel.
Lush leaves from the Caribbean, such as galax, papyrus, and areca palm, are combined to create this tropical bouquet.
The intricate pink pattern on these phalaenopsis orchids adds a playful touch to this bouquet of calla lilies, blushing brides, nerines, and garden roses.
Lush white roses and velvet millinery leaves make up this traditional bouquet that is perfect for a seaside or other casual affair.
It's easy to create this nonfloral bouquet using petal-like shells in various summery hues.
How to Make This Shell Bouquet
Our very own Martha Stewart created this hand-wired bouquet for her friend's wedding using white cattleya orchids.
Locally grown blooms in various shares of magenta are tied together with a striped nautical ribbon.
This simple bouquet of purple orchids is perfect for a destination affair or any casual wedding.
This stunning cascade is a mix of pale-pink peonies, sweetpeas, azaleas, white mock orange, bell-shaped campanula, clematis, and garden roses.
Velvet-stemmed tweedia add that "something blue" to a white-on-white bouquet of spray and tea roses, lisianthius buds and flowers, and ranunculus.
This simple bouquet, composed entirely of delicate Eucharis lilies, has a carefree look that's perfect for a casual wedding.
Blush-pink Phalaenopsis orchids flutter like butterflies among ruffle-edged, magenta garden roses, pale-pink rounded garden roses, and still paler spray roses.
With a few vibrant splashes of color, a cascade of tropical yellow cattleya orchids is punctuated by ivory lisianthius, sweet peas, and gloriosa lilies.
This petite dome of white and pink picoteed ranunculus is encircled by a cuff of translucent capiz shells.
Lilies-of-the-valley look like tiny water droplets trickling over hydrangea florets in muted green and rosy hues inspired by the sea.
Refined garden and Mystique roses in white, cream, and peach shades become fanciful with the addition of an unexpected element: dusty miller foliage that mimics the look of coral.
Cybister amaryllis burst from a cluster of abundant tree peonies the lustrous color of seashells.
Sunny chartreuse and fiery red evoke the tropics in this exotic display of vivid philodendron and croton leaves, ruby peonies, tightly clustered euphorbias, winding passionflower vine, all-green ranunculus and red-flushed maple seed pods.
Here, white roses are interspersed among ladyslipper orchids with intricately patterned petals, Dianthus Green Trick with its mossy tufts, and yellow ranunculus.
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