You've seen more than your share of cymbidiums and dendrobiums in my designs, here is the lovely phalaelopsis which you can find anywhere from a florist (they will be better taken care of though more expensive) to your grocery store. Though using these blooms in bridal bouquets is tricky, it can be done and I encourage you brides -to- be to do so. Though I'm no Lisa Suits (mycologista, mistress of the macro) I will try from time to time to show you the individual beauty of flowers as well as how they work in designs.
A beautifully dried ivory (Vandela) rose. Was kept in water from a closed rose for two weeks until fully open. Left dry for a day or two, then hung upside down to keep the stem straight. No petals were lost.
A lovely hand tied bouquet (made in 7 minutes) and dropped in a vase for the gent whose wife is over red roses and babies breath for Valentine's Day. Aren't flowers wonderful! Photo by http://mycologista.blogspot.com/