Your wedding bouquet is your most unique and largest accessory you will wear on your wedding day, so choose wisely! Here are some tips on how to select your wedding bouquet.
Consider these factors: Dress, Veil, bouquet shape, size, color and cost. Now you know partly what your fiancé went through when he bought your engagement ring!!!
There are many different types of bouquets to choose from for your wedding ceremony and reception this blog focuses on Round, Hand-tied, Posy and Cascading.
The Round Bridal Bouquet...
This is a very clean look which can incorporate one or many different types of flowers. This wedding dress had no embellishments, Dupioni silk textured material and a cathedral veil. The satin wrapping of the bouquet covered the entire bouquet and the embellishment was the perfect balance to the look. The bouquet has the ability to add or in this case soften up the texture in a wedding gown. White hydrangea, white calla lilies and antiques roses were incorporated into this gorgeous brides ensemble.
|Crystal embellishments throughout red roses|
|Rhinestone embellishment at the stem base of multi colored peonies and rose bouquet|
The Hand Tied Bouquet...
Organic and natural, the hand tied bouquet is a great fit for many different styles and always incorporates a variety of flowers. This dress perfectly balanced lace and silk and the hand tied bouquet was the perfect accessory. The veil was a Butterfly style. The flowers are different in shape making the look more natural.
The Posy bouquet is composed of one flower or several of the same flowers bunched together. This look is on the casual side and paired perfectly with a simple Sheath dress and no veil. The simple tennis bracelet was polished off the look.
|Simple White Calla Lilies in a Posy style Bouquet|
|Posy is a nice look for the bridesmaids even with a round or hand tied bridal bouquet|
The waterfall or cascading bouquet is a classic and traditional option for brides. While they are quite heavy, they add dimension and drama to a brides look. A simple A-line, no veil and a tiara was a great look to pair with this bouquet. A smile is the best and most important accessory and this bride nailed it!
Blog Post by Johanna Esposito