I like this one: too small?

The Royal Wedding Creates Lily of the Valley Trend That You Can Use Too

Lilly of the valley bouquet: this one is kind of big I think

The Royal Wedding Creates Lily of the Valley Trend That You Can Use Too

This is the Lilies of the Valley bouquet. Lilies of the Valley symbolize future happiness. (We chose this because Archer always gets Them for May) “The bridesmaids' eight bouquets of white lilac and lilies-of-the-valley had been sent in due time,”

Garden arrangement of hydrangea, hot pink anenomes, orange Safflower, hosta and vinca vines. | design by Stems Flower Market. Allison, see the safflower? It's not always that orangey, usually more yellow in it. I thought you would like the shape and texture.

Loving the streaked hosta: Garden arrangement of hydrangea, hot pink anenomes, orange Safflower, hosta and vinca vines.

Alternative bouquet idea

White Wedding Bouquet Ivory roses, stephanotis, and lilies of the valley combined for a soft bouquet with a classic feel.(I like hydrangeas better than peonies)

Blue and white

Bride carried a bundled bouquet of creamy white hydrangeas with an accent of blush pink and large green foliage. The stems were wrapped with remnants of her wedding gown. The bridesmaids carried light blue hydrangeas clustered with a long natural stem .

Just to give you an idea on a bit of yellow in the arrangements

I could totally do this with fake flowers from Michaels! Maybe in orange & purple with little pumpkins for halloween, or poinsettias for Christmas.


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