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Power to the Flower: Presenting 5 Celebrity Bridal Bouquets

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Celebrity weddings are pretty untouchable, what with every detail perfectly executed and no expense spared. For example, billionaire entrepreneur Sean Parker literally built a fake Hobbit world into a forest to make the occasion more enchanted forest-y. But flowers are one thing that remain relatively down to earth. After the jump, see what kind of bouquets these five celebrities carried down the aisle.—Cambrey Thomas

Coco Rocha: Classic beauty Coco Rocha went classic with a big, round bouquet of white roses.

Jessica Biel: Mrs. Timberlake went rustic Italian on her wedding day. She carried a sweet bouquet of chamomile flowers, rosemary sprigs, ruscus shoots, and white ranunculus. The subtle green and yellow with the whte in her bouquet added a kick of freshness to her pink gown.

Drew Barrymore: The pink and white peonies Drew chose couldn't have been more girly or more romantic. These flowers historically have symbolized everything from love to prosperity and, more to the point, a happy marriage.

Blake Lively: It doesn't get any more official than having Martha Stewart Weddings-approved flowers. Blake commissioned the party-planning powerhouse to style her a bouquet of pink jasmine, andromeda, dusty miller, and blushing bride hydrangea. They even dipped a few petals in rose gold glitter.

Kate Middleton: If you could include a floral nod to your betrothed in your bouquet, would you do it? Duchess Kate did. A little Sweet William, a lot of lily of the valley, and bit of myrtle and hyacinth. She even went as far to make sure her bouquet was all UK local.
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