In most cases some bouquet types are out of style so we haven’t bothered to flood you with the extra information.
Wedding bouquets are things of beauty and in the eye of the beholder, your wedding bouquet style is up to you. Choose the bridal bouquet style, flower color theme and pair it with the flower types that best suit your personality. After all it is your special day! Combining these 3 factors can make you a truly unique and beautiful wedding bouquet that is an expression of you!
A great way to begin your wedding flower search is with an online web search. Google images can provide you with endless bride bouquet design possibilities. There are also many floral websites that can provide you with alot of inspiration.
Even though there are several styles of bride bouquets it doesn’t have to be confusing. This guide will bring you up to speed so you will sound well informed when consulting with your local flower shop or online wedding florist.
Cascading Bride Bouquet: A cascading wedding bouquet is like a waterfall – with blooms flowing downward in a beautiful trail, and with greenery that is anchored in a hand-held base. The cascade bouquet can have a long trail or even a short trail depending on how dramatic you want the effect to be.
The Round Bridal Bouquet: This is one of the most popular bridal bouquet forms. Many brides choose this bouquet type because it’s sweet and had a tidy and modern look. And furthermore, it is versatile. Almost any flower can be made into a round bouquet, whereas for a cascade bouquet, you need to find flowers with lines to get the shape or form desired.
Classic Hand-Tied Bride Bouquet: Hand tied bridal bouquets are loosely arranged and simplistic by design. Also known as a loose-tied bouquet or clutch bouquet. It consists of a simple gathering of flowers, bound and tied with ribbon with stems left exposed. This is a beautiful choice for an outdoor wedding with that just picked from the garden look. It is arranged in a looser manner with the stems left longer and a large ribbon or exotic fabric tied together. It is also a cheaper alternative to the expensive and elaborate cascading wedding bouquet.
Nosegay Wedding Bouquet: A nosegay bouquet is a small, round cluster of flowers that
are all cut to a uniform length. This is a style that was popularized in the Victorian period, and is enjoying its popularity once again. A nosegay wedding bouquet is usually made with one or two dominant flower or colors or choices, and is wrapped tightly with a ribbon or lace to give it a delicate appearance.
Pomander Bride Bouquet: A pomander bouquet is a unique bouquet that is perfect for children or even bridesmaids. Basically it is a bloom covered ball suspended from ribbon that is commonly worn tied to the wrist.