Q – We’re getting married on Valentine’s Day and want showstopping flowers. Do you have any suggestions?
"A simplistic red rose bouquet will stand out against your wedding dress. For your table centrepieces, floral arches or backdrops, use a combination of light colours and red to provide contrast.
"A red rose round bouquet can be bold on its own. Incorporate diamond pins or pearls in the centre of the flowers to create a glamorous look. If you’re considering an artificial bouquet, this style will look high quality and elegant, regardless of your budget.
"Pink and red are the most popular colour combination for Valentine’s Day. Combine red with dark, hot or light pink and add lots of foliage and gypsophila to create a classic design. Since coloured gowns are becoming more popular, this timeless hue will embrace a pale pink, blush, champagne or even a statement black wedding dress. In these situations, the bouquet will complement and accentuate your chosen look.
"A chic and beautiful fresh tulip bouquet is perfect for early spring nuptials. To create a dreamy look, have feminine blooms in ivory, light pink, peach and purple. Finish with pretty lace and ribbon arranged in an unstructured or cascading style."
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