Winter Wedding Bouquets

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I set aside the green tops to use in corsages and boutonnieres.  There is nothing wrong with using them in your bouquet if you like the contrast of the green.

I cut in between the florets to get a shorter length and tuck in between the flower heads.

I'm going to fill in the cut portion with pearl headed corsage pins to camouflage the ends.  This isn't a real "must" because the cut ends are not really that noticeable in the final design.

I love the shapes of the florets.  Snapdragons come in a lot of different colors.

I used a few stems of this flower cut to add a little more interest.  I didn't not fill it in tightly - just enough to give a little more zing!

Let the florets peek out from behind and around the other flower heads.

Here is a tucked piece showing between two rose heads.

You can see I didn't add as many of the snapdragon sections as I did the miniature carnations.

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