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  • Linda Searle

    queen annes lace bouquet.. very very simple and would probably be very cheap! Maybe for the bridesmaids with different colored ribbons.. very simple. elegant..

  • Debbie (Micciche) Stein

    Queen Annes lace bridesmaids

  • Chelsea Wilson

    Queen Ann's Lace - Google Search

  • Ashlee Sue

    Bridesmaid bouquet idea. Queen Anne's Lace with a ribbon wrap instead of a bow. Thinking champagne ribbon wrap.

  • Melissa O'Brien

    Maybe queen annes lace instead of babys breath for some aspects. I don't know the benefits of each flower but I love lots of little blooms.

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