Make your eyes work overtime with this stunning jewel tone bridal bouquet that uses tropicals and other exotic florals instead of the ubiquitous rose and hydrangea variety. Your eyes will be looking, gazing and staring at the lush beauty that defines each element.
Deep luscious maroon and vivid fuchsia come alive against the emerald greens and silver accents. While I can't name all of the flowers in this bouquet, I see king protea, cabbage, orchid, dusty miller, brunia berry....
Fall is the season for jewel tones. If you're uncertain about colors for your wedding, that's the first place I'd start, just to get a feel for color schemes and that sort of thing.
What are your thoughts on choosing exotic florals for your wedding bouquet and event flowers?