Whether you've already fallen in love with a flower, or, like thousands of brides, you gravitate toward one of the blooms pictured below, it's comforting to know that your bouquet is hardly limited by your selection. We asked four florists to offer fresh takes on the most popular wedding flowers in their shops.

Starting Point: Dahlias

"The style of the flowers is determined by the setting, and by the atmosphere the couple wants to create," says Jessy. For this bouquet, Jessy imagined a French vintage theme, and included an antique cameo in the design. "Incorporating vintage fabric or keepsakes makes a bouquet unique—I've previously incorporated ribbon from a vintage wedding dress, and the mother-of-the-bride's rosary."

Bouquet: dahlias, nerines, astilbe, and spray roses. Fleurs

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