Planning a wedding involves choosing your most pefered among many oprions. From the date to the venue, music and many more. For the bride, the wedding and bouquet are one of the most important choices she has to make for her big day.
Choosing the right wedding bouquet arrangement is often times as important as the dress. The flowers, the colors, the fragrances and the shapes or the style of the arrangement are all meant to compose the bouquet. While the bouquet is meant to complement the bride’s dress and show off her style and taste. We present to you lovely and adorable types of bouquet you can choose for your wedding:
The dramatic cascade bouquet
Cascade bouquet features a “waterfall” of flowers that drapes down the front of the arrangement. Vines and orchids look particularly pretty spilling out of a bouquet! This type of bouquet makes a strong style statement, so make sure to keep your gown and other accessories simple.
A classic and popular choice for brides, posy bouquets are small enough to be held in the hands and feature mostly flowers. These types of bouquets typically feature a rounded shape and are wrapped with ribbon.
It’s all about the shape! Round bouquets are formed into perfect domes, often using a single type of flower like roses or peonies. Round bouquets are also often monochromatic, although they look just as beautiful featuring flowers in a variety of colors.
Though similar to posy bouquets, nosegays place more emphasis on greenery. They work well as bridesmaid bouquets, due to their small, compact size.
The pomander bouquet is also known as a kissing ball. A pomander is a ball of flowers suspended from a loop of decorative ribbon.
Adult attendants can carry pomanders, but young attendants such as flower girls and junior bridesmaids most often carry them.
This gorgeous bouquet, also known as a glamelia, is actually composed of individual petals, which are arranged and secured to resemble a single large bloom. The highly stylized bouquet complements a bride who desires a bit of drama!
Is a round bouquet composed of masses of tulle or net and few flowers. This type of bouquet was popular in the early 1940s when flowers were scarce due to World War II.
For modern brides, a ballerina bouquet offers a cost-effective, yet beautiful solution for a tight floral budget.
This bouquet artagement originated from Switzerland in late 1800’s. The blooms are tightly-structured and carefully-arranged in defined circular patterns of different coloured flowers, each ring containing one type of flower.
A bouquet similar to the nosegay and named for a German style of interior design. The biedermeier has a very pleasing geometry and is recently showing signs of popularity again due to its dramatic beauty and contrast.
This bouquet is mostly for brides who are ready spend it all. Brooch bouquets are made from jewellery including, brooches as the name suggests, ratings, pendants, bracelets, pearls, etc. Brooch bouquets are luxurious and super fabulous! You can work any kind of precious stones into a brooch bouquets.
Brooch bouquet can be made into shapes of some other types of bouquet such as, posy, round, pomander, ballerina and cascade brooch. When made with quality materials, brooch bouquets can last through generations.
This style is definitely one of the most interesting, chic, dainty, eye-catchy and comfortable ones that are available at this moment for brides. The cone wedding bouquet it is as the name sounds: in form of a cone.
Not always voted as a bridal wedding bouquet, but mostly as a bridesmaid or a flower girl bouquet, this style can also be seen in rare weddings carried by the bride herself.