Sometimes you love one flower so much (or it’s just that fantastic) that it needs to stand alone in your bridal bouquet. Using one flower type for an entire bouquet is so striking and can be done with many popular blooms like peonies, dahlias, anemones and billy balls. Even better, choose one shade and have each of your maids bouquets star one single flower type in that hue. Talk about a statement! Here’s a few ideas to get you started…

yellow-single-flower-bouquets

Photo Credits: Petal’s Edge photographed by Heather Z Photography

 ranunculus-bouquet red-anemone-bouquet

Photo Credits: Kristi Weldon Photography via Botanica Floral Designs (left), Petals Floral Design photographed by Studio Atticus Photography via Style Me Pretty (right)

orchid-bouquet

Photo Credit: Elegance & Simplicity photographed by Documentary Associates

billy-ball-bouquet pale-pink-peony-bouquet

Photo Credits: Elegance & Simplicity photographed by Documentary Associates (left), Petal’s Edge photographed by Meredith Hanafi (right)

hot-pink-peony-bouquet fuschia-bouquet

Photo Credits:  Amaryllis, Inc. photographed by Jeff Greenough Photography (left), A Love Supreme via Ruffled (right)

rose-bouquet

Photo Credit: Blossom and Basket photographed by Deb Lindsey Photography

pink-mum-bouquet babys-breath-bouquet

Photo Credits: Simply Bloom Photography via Style Me Pretty (left), Holly Heider Chapple Flowers photographed by Madelina Lesan Photography (right)

white-peony-bouquet astilbe-bouquet

Photo Credits: Petal’s Edge photographed by Meredith Hanafi (left), Natalie Shelton via Green Wedding Shoes (right)

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