7 Popular Styles of Bridal & Wedding Bouquets
It may seem like a small decision but choosing the right style of a floral bouquet can make or break a wedding design. Whether you’re a traditional bride, or interested in a modern aesthetic, we’re here to help make the decision easier. Today we’re bringing you seven styles of bouquets to spice up a wedding.
Forget the conventional shape, this waterfall style creates a glamorous and effortless look. This stylish bouquet is arranged as if the flowers are cascading over the bride’s hands and extending to the floor.
This asymmetrical style has become growingly popular throughout the years. This offset look is a showstopper and photographs beautifully. It’s extremely versatile with flowing greenery that moves up one side and cascades down to the other creating an asymmetrical bouquet.
Any type of flower looks at home in a traditional, hand-tied bouquet. Flowers are loosely tied, allowing the stems to peek through the bottom. This look has been around for ages and won’t be going out of style anytime soon.
This traditional style is timeless and classy. This style usually consists of roses that are tightly wrapped to create a circular, round shape. It’s casual and allows the bride’s dress to shine and not be overpowered by her bouquet.
Who doesn’t enjoy having fun with an edgy bouquet that will catch anyone’s attention? We love modern bouquets because they’re structured and intentional. This style isn’t for everyone but with the right bride, this style of bouquet is impactful. It’s definitely a MUST for a black and white affair.
There’s no rulebook when it comes to creating a bouquet. Being creative and using ideas that bring out the bride’s personality sometimes results in the most breathtaking and interesting bouquet. Just have fun with it!
Bohemian Dried Florals
Dried floral bouquets are easy on the eye and consist of many, many textures. This style is definitely the easiest of them all because they offer flexibility and don’t require a time crunch.