"Jewel tones are very popular right now among brides who want their bouquet to photograph beautifully against their dress," says Mary Kathryn Paynter of Loretta Flower
, based in Austin, Texas. This little jewel box of an arrangement is wild, bright, and sweet—ideal for a relaxed bride who still wants an interesting and upscale posy. "I designed this for a small backyard wedding. The bouquet added a hint of formality to an otherwise casual affair," says Paynter. Purple anemones, garden roses, maidenhair fern, ranunculus, tuberose, and leptospermum were used to create this look.
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