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cascading bouquet–yes or no?

  |   By Roseanne Dela Rosa

Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/WireImage/Getty Images

If you're not up-to-date with your royal news–last week Princess Victoria of Sweden tied the knot to her former personal trainer, Daniel Westling in an opulent ceremony at Stockholm cathedral. Aside from her gorgeous custom-made gown by Swedish designer Par Engsheden and her lavish tiara–worn by her mother in her 1976 wedding, the princess and her beau chose to have a fairy-tale wedding filled with extravagant items such as this lush cascading bouquet. Although it is huge QUITE massive, I don't see another arrangement worthy to be carried down the aisle by royalty. Do you?

Would you strut down the aisle with an overflowing bouquet in hand? Maybe this one doesn't suit your taste or personality, but here are a few that might sway you to call up your florist and place an order for a cascading arrangement.

{image via Vogue Flowers & Gifts Ltd.}

{image via Victor the Florist}

{image via Pemberton's Flowers}

{image via Floral Verde LLC}

This article was originally published on Jun 25, 2010
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