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From: Tooman
Response: There are a number of colors that you could use, depending on how formal or casual you want the bouquets to appear. For a casual look you might have bouquets of a mixed variety of flowers and colors to resemble wild flowers. Or you might choose flowrs in just one color.

The one issue to consider is that if you use red flowers against red dresses, the flowers will blend into the dresses in the photos and when seen from a distance. Therefore, to make them stand out, you will want to choose flowers that are lighter than the dresses or a combination of red and white flowers. You might carry a bouquet of red flowers to go with the ruby on your gown and your attendants might carry the same flowers but in a mix of red and white, or all white with greenery.

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