Our orchid wedding bouquets are simple, natural and beautiful. We take three Hawaiian dendrobium orchids and include add three green ti leaves. This is an ideal bridesmaids’ bouquet due to it’s smaller size and simplicity. The orchid sprays are standard eighteen to twenty four inches. Ti leaves are wider and longer. Everything can be quickly wrapped with a ribbon to complete the bouquet.
Orchids are available in white, purple or lavender. You can also select a mix of all three colors.
We suggest having everything for your Hawaiian wedding arrive one or two days prior to your event. Just keep the stems of the orchids and ti leaves in a vase or other container of water. Assembly of your orchid wedding bouquet is easy. Just gather everything and tie with ribbon.
After the big day you can return the orchids and ti leaves to water like any other flower. Trim a little off the bottom of the stem from time to time. With clean water you or your bridesmaids can enjoy the orchid sprays for several days.
The stems in our orchid wedding bouquet are the same flowers we use for our loose orchid blooms, also a wedding day favorite.
Available to any US state.
White Orchids, Lavender Orchids, Purple Orchids, Mixed Orchids
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