Wedding Bouquets Jackson TN

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Davids Sidney Flower & Gift Shop
(731) 424-0335
1362 S Highland Ave
Jackson, TN
Old Hickory Florist
(731) 668-3140
18 Old Hickory Cv
Jackson, TN
All Occasions Flowers Gifts
(731) 824-1229
2620 Eastend Ave
Humboldt, TN
Kathys Flowers & Gifts
(731) 784-5518
1720 E Main St
Humboldt, TN
Two Doors Down
(731) 410-6977
210 E Main St
Jackson, TN

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Nancys Carousel Of Flowers & Gifts
(731) 660-8230
365 North Parkway
Jackson, TN
Sincerely Yours Florist & Gifts
(731) 664-5978
180 Old Hickory Blvd
Jackson, TN
Essarys Florist
(731) 989-5716
629 E Main St
Henderson, TN
Sidney David Florist
(731) 424-0335
1362 S. Highland Ave.
Jackson, TN
Jones Flowers & Crafts
(731) 663-2446
9456 Highway 412 S
Bells, TN

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Floral & Decor: Wedding Bouquets - Wedding Flowers

Vibrant lily bouquet
Flowers are a big part of the wedding decor. Your attendants and flower girls will all carry a floral arrangement during the ceremony, which is often a bouquet. Here, a breakdown of the most commonly carried wedding flowers and bouquets.

Arm Sheaf: A bouquet of long-stemmed flowers which are carried cradled in the arms.

Nosegay: Small round bouquet. Sometimes referred to as posy.

Beidermeier: Tightly-bunched nosegay with flowers arranged in a circular pattern.

Pomander: A ball-shaped arrangement carried with the help of a decorative ribbon.

Cascade: A substantial bouquet used to create a waterfall affect. Flowers are arranged “cascading” down a base over the hand.

Hand-tied: A traditional bouquet designed with flowers tied together and held at the base of the stems.


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