Who says bridal bouquets have to be white? There are varying opinions depending on who you ask. Some say the bride's bouquet should be white or ivory so as not to detract from the beauty of the bride and her gown. Others (like me) say add a pop of color whereever you want it, just remember that these pictures will last a lifetime and your overall look, including what you are holding, will make a statement about you. I've pulled together five of my favorite bouquets from around the web that are bold, beautiful, and work oh-so-well for 2012 weddings.
Miranda Lambert carried this brooch bouquet.
This soft mix of flowers, both dark and light, looks like it came straight from the garden.
Your attendants' bouquets don't have to match! These suit the overall theme without being identical.
This mega-assortment of flowers is so unique. It features thistle, fiddlehead fern, crespedia, even succulents are tucked in there. Perfect for you rustic-chic brides!
You can always let your bridesmaids' bouquets do the talking. These bouquets of cheery yellow and lots of greenery look natural and unfussy, yet make a major statement.