Wedding Bouquets Valdosta GA

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Azalea City Florist Inc
(229) 244-6363
1512 E Park Ave
Valdosta, GA
Flowers On Patterson
(229) 244-8431
201 W Gordon St
Valdosta, GA
Blairs Flowers & Gifts
(229) 263-8902
110 W Screven St
Quitman, GA
Bemiss Florist & Gift Shop
(229) 249-9966
4114 Aslan Ln
Valdosta, GA

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Brookhaven-buckhead Flowers
(404) 237-0691
2905 Peachtree Rd Ne
Atlanta, GA
Natures Splendor Flowers
(229) 671-9056
4280 N Valdosta Rd
Valdosta, GA
Flower Shoppe The
(229) 559-5533
1028 Lakes Blvd
Lake Park, GA
Flowers On Patterson
(229) 244-8431
201 W Gordon St
Valdosta, GA

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A Blooming Earth Florist & Greenhouse
(404) 321-4409
2403 Lawrenceville Hwy
Decatur, GA
Joys Florist & Gift Shop
(229) 868-5200
233 W Oak St
Mc Rae, GA
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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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