White roses, freesia and bouvardia, plus variegated pitt and trailing ivy, make up this fanciful "Fields of England" bouquet

Green and White Wedding Bouquet

White roses, freesia and bouvardia, plus variegated pitt and trailing ivy, make up this fanciful "Fields of England" bouquet

Gorgeous wedding bouquet idea; photo: Roberta Facchini

A Dream Come True Santorini Wedding

bridal bouquet Flowerman weddings Do It Yourself Ohio make your own wedding flowers budget bride do-it-yourself DIY mother of the bride corsage white bouvardia pink spray roses rose freesia

bridal bouquet Flowerman weddings Do It Yourself Ohio make your own wedding flowers budget bride do-it-yourself DIY mother of the bride corsage white bouvardia pink spray roses rose freesia

Photography By / http://judypak.com,Floral Design By / http://harlemflowers.com

Metropolitan Building Marie Antoinette Inspired Photo Shoot by Judy Pak Photography

CORSAGE TUTORIALS  http://www.wedding-flowers-and-reception-ideas.com/how-to-make-a-corsage.html    White roses, bouvardia and ivy leaves with sheer ribbon accent.

CORSAGE TUTORIALS http://www.wedding-flowers-and-reception-ideas.com/how-to-make-a-corsage.html White roses, bouvardia and ivy leaves with sheer ribbon accent.

Lyrissa's photo. Bouquet contains Garden Roses, Dahlia (large peach bloom, these are unavailable sept), Billy Buttons, Native Seas Holly, Blue Bells and assorted foliage...some native Australian

Lyrissa's photo. Bouquet contains Garden Roses, Dahlia (large peach bloom, these are unavailable sept), Billy Buttons, Native Seas Holly, Blue Bells and assorted foliage...some native Australian

Bouvardia - Bouvardia is a shrub that blooms slender 3 ½ in. (9 cm.) long flowers with four petals. These flowers were named after Charles Bouvard, personal physician of Louis XIII and caretaker of the Royal Gardens in Paris. The flower is available in a range of colors and abundant during summer to early winter but can be found all year. Bouvardia are considered a symbol of enthusiasm and are frequently featured in wedding floral design. Photo credit: Undisclosed.

Bouvardia - Bouvardia is a shrub that blooms slender 3 ½ in. (9 cm.) long flowers with four petals. These flowers were named after Charles Bouvard, personal physician of Louis XIII and caretaker of the Royal Gardens in Paris. The flower is available in a range of colors and abundant during summer to early winter but can be found all year. Bouvardia are considered a symbol of enthusiasm and are frequently featured in wedding floral design. Photo credit: Undisclosed.

Lily-of-the-valley, sweetpeas, freesia, fringed tulips, bouvardia, peonies, alchimella made for a very seasonal bouquet!

Lily-of-the-valley, sweetpeas, freesia, fringed tulips, bouvardia, peonies, alchimella made for a very seasonal bouquet!

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