FlowersWedding Beautiful Bouquets Amy Knueven Brownlee - April 11, 2012 Finding the floral style that’s right for you. Dendrobium orchids, roses, hydrangeas, stock, gardenia foliage, lilies, alsomeria, lisianthus, trachelium and mixed foliage create a classically elegant bridal look with a hint of color. Unexpected color combinations, like this one of green hydrangea, royal purple anemones, purple stock, soft blue delphinium, orange ornithagalum, and chartreuse tobacco flowers are the perfect way to make a bold statement. Shades of purples and lavender with ivory are the theme for this bouquet, including white Vandela roses, Sterling Silver roses, white and lavender stock, and lavender and white lisianthus, making for a lushly romantic combination. Tell your bridesmaids how much they mean to you with a symbolic bouquet. A white rose in the middle stands for the bride, pink hydrangea represents friendship, and purple wax flowers show gratitude, a special message from the gracious bride. Known as the flower of unity and virtue, the white rose is the go-to bloom to symbolize innocence and timeless love. Orchids and lilies add sculptural elements, creating a look that is sophisticated and contemporary. This bouquet of white peonies, double yellow roses, fragrant freesia, green hypericum berries, and playful yellow Craspedia balls is perfect for the bride who likes to mix individuality with tradition.