Our Favorite Flowers for Mixed Bouquets
OUR FAVORITE FLOWERS FOR MIXED BOUQUETS - BY CATEGORY
I'm sure you were asking yourself yesterday as far as working with the mixed bouquet - what exactly are the central flowers, supporting flowers and line flowers?
I've included our list of favorite and most-commonly used flowers by their category. To be fair, these are just a small sample of the entire list of items you can use - but these are by far the most common ones that we work with.
Note also that this is just a very general guide - if you like the way something works, go for it! I've seen stunning bouquets that completely disregard the rules - having a mixed bouquet full of supporting flowers, or simply a central flower with foliage - so this isn't a hard and fast rule.
Dahlias (dinnerplate when possible)
Mums (large spider or decorative mums)
Roses (David Austins are the most fun to work with)
Frosted Explosion Panicum
Love in a Puff Vine
Pumpkin on a stick