Photo by Alvaro Goveia. Styling by Tara Williams. Hair and makeup by Michelle Rosen. Bridesmaid dress by Alfred Sung from White Toronto. Earrings by Karen Walker from White Toronto. Bouquet by Patchouli Design. Nails by Leeanne Colley, Tips Nail Bar/P1M.ca.

Want a bridesmaid bouquet that will match your green and white arrangement? Get inspired by this floral creation, which is neatly filled with a small handful of white blooms like roses and Ranunculus.

Photo by Tec Petaja. Flowers by Jaclyn Journey.

Create a romantic petite bouquet by using shades of red, pink and blush. Keep the large blooms to a minimum (only use one or two) and fill the rest of the bouquet with small- to medium-sized posies. To keep the dreamy vibe going, have your florist add some loose greenery for dramatic effect.

Photo by Amy Rae Photography.

When it comes to bridesmaid bouquets, there’s no such thing as too matchy-matchy. Ask your floral designer to create a smaller version of your bridal bouquet with the same blooms for a more uniform look, like this bride did with her floral arrangements.

Photo by Photobolic. Flowers by Flour Studio.

Love the fresh garden look for your bridesmaid bouquets? The trick is to ensure your flowers are loosely tied together. Add lots of greenery, like Italian ruscus (an emerald leafy plant), around your arrangements and keep the main flowers all in one tone. Finish the look with quirky polka dot bows.

Photo via Homey Oh My.

For a different approach to mini bouquets, we love the idea of seeing all your favourite flowers bunched and wrapped into one tight floral cone made of Kraft paper. This project can easily be added to your DIY list or, if you’re pressed for time, appoint someone to head to the local market to grab something similar in style.