These are my wedding colors, and I plan to make a simple fabric sash to wrap around the bouquet. I'm hoping it will turn out something like this. (I keep thinking that this whole "I'm going to DIY my bouquet!" business could turn out beautifully, or like a hot mess.) But in the event of the latter, I'll just leave the sash off. :)
I've decided that it might be fun to do some pattern mixing and make the back of the sash a different pattern. For reference - the white flower is 7 inches.
Here are some options that pull out colors from the sash:
I like that it's a tatami pattern, and the print is small enough that it would make a nice contrast.
Recently I've developed an absurd fondness for elephants, and I think this would be a great whimsical option. For reference, the elephants are three-quarters of an inch in diameter.
Another small scale print - I like how it plays up the turquoise and is geometric to balance out the floral.
Henna multi: A crazily huge option: web site says outer circle of medallion is 15.5 inches in diameter. I really like these colors, but I think the print might be just too much.