When deciding what to do for your wedding bouquets or centerpieces, consider taking a large bloom to fill space but still deliver impact. Here are various types of Hydrangea. They are typically expensive, but you can do more with less of them...saving you money. You can use three of them in a bouquet versus a dozen roses.
Hydrangea offer a classic elegance, are easy to work with and are pretty hardy. Just keep in mind they drink a lot of water. If you are making arrangements the night before, make sure the room isn't too hot you are keeping them in and give them lots to drink. Keep extra bloom on hand in case any need to be replaced the next day.