Green Week: Bouquets

Some very cool green colored bouquets for today's post:

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I really love these bouquets as they are assembled primarily from greenery, ferns, and leaves. Normally used as filler so very inexpensive to buy in bulk and play with.

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Awesome! A dozen white tulips and some lovely greenery. Simple, inexpensive, and stunning.

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Lillies of the valley, the equally lovely bells of Ireland, are pretty much available all year round – which makes them an excellent choice for a tight budget. These flowers are traditionally used in Irish weddings so a simple bouquet would make a nice nod to your heritage.

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Love this bouquet – very mod. Basically, just look for in season flowers and greenery in various shades of green and deep turquoise. Stick in a cool succulant for a very contemporary look.

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Such a very cute idea! Use any simple and in season white flowers and pair with real shamrocks or ones made of fabric.

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Even brides on a budget should be able to indulge a bit. If you just love hydrangeas then plan for a spring or early summer wedding (when they are in season), that's when they are cheapest. To make the bouquet above on a super tight budget use tightly bunched masses of white baby's breath to fill out the stems of hydrangeas.

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