Wedding Flower Bouquets
The bride’s floral arrangement is typically the most extravagant bouquet at the wedding, while the bridesmaids’ flowers can be made to match in a smaller size.
White is the traditional colour for bridal bouquets, but soft pastels seem to have become a popular choice for spring and summer weddings.
Here we have put together a list of different flower arrangements to help with your decision!
The Cascade Bouquet
Traditional waterfall bouquets might conjure up images of formal brides holding voluminous arrangements, but modern cascades are stylish, elegant and flattering. Typically for brides who are wearing long-length, formal dresses such as ball gowns; they often feature in outdoor or rustic-styled weddings.
Roses get a reputation for being cheesy, over-used, and too traditional when it comes to your wedding flowers. But that's not always the case! There are plenty of ways to include roses in your wedding bouquet that will feel fresh, modern, and entirely of-the-moment. A great choice for brides and their maids, you can get a decadent bunch of pastel flowers made up of Avalanche roses, Vendela roses, freesia and spray roses. It is also a nice idea to order the arrangement with a gift message.
Originating in Switzerland in the late 1800's, often orange and lemon peels were added for extra fragrance. The Biedermeier has a very pleasing shape due to it's tightly structured and carefully arranged in a circular pattern of different flowers. This bouquet is recently showing signs of popularity again due to its dramatic beauty and contrast.
The Posy Bouquet
The posy is round and small and can easily be held in one hand. There are two styles of posy bouquets, one can be loose, hand tied and unstructured, the other formal and wired, the stems of the flowers are removed and replaced with florists wire, constructed into a much lighter posy with and easy to hold handle.
The Composite Bouquet
A flower constructed of hundreds of real petals wired together to look like one enormous flower. This style is simple in design, but graceful and elegant. It works well in more sophisticated weddings. Looks best with an elegant and simple dress; suits brides with a vintage style.