There are so many possibilities. Different types of flowers, shapes and sizes of bouquets. From romantic whimsical bouquet to modern bouquets to traditional hand tied bouquets.
If you’re overwhelmed by all of the different styles of bridal bouquets out there we’ve chosen 10 styles to hopefully inspire you.
There are so many flower trends, different types of flowers, shapes and sizes of bouquets. From romantic whimsical bouquet to modern bouquets to traditional hand tied bouquets. There are so many possibilities.
The most traditional style when it comes to wedding bouquets. This cascading style was made popular by Princess Diana in the 1980s. You can use pretty much any type of flower in it. It’s still very popular in many rustic weddings today.
The cascade design usually requires a lot of flowers for a full luscious look.
A pomander is a ball of flowers suspended from ribbon or beads and jewels. They are perfectly round spheres of flowers. They can be either suspended from shepherds hooks down the aisle or from the ceiling at your wedding reception. You can use them throughout the wedding or incorporate them in small ways.
There are lots of different variations of the pomander bouquet, some larger and some more packed and intricate, they don’t really tend to have much foliage. You could choose to have one colour of flowers for a simple, classic look or mix it up with a range of complimentary colours.
This compact bouquet is a classic choice for brides. It consists of a small round bouquet that is tied with decorative ribbon and can be easily held in one hand. They feature mostly flower and a little foliage. A more compact bouquet is less overwhelming and is a great choice for brides who want to showcase their wedding dress. They are perfect for any wedding theme.
A little bit more loose than other bouquet styles, hand tied bouquets can include a variety of flowers and foliage. They are secured with ribbon, fabric or twine. One of the simplest styles of bridal bouquets. It’s a bunch of flowers with stems grouped together in an unstructured way and tied, this usually being ribbon. It makes quite a statement as you walk down the aisle. They are perfect for boho and rustic theme.
A nosegay bouquet is a more structured flower bouquet, consisting of a small, tightly packed group of flowers, all cut to the same shape. They are typically bound by ribbon. This style dates back to the 14th century. They can vary in styles and colours. It’s quite similar to the posy style bouquet, it just contains more foliage. They are small and beautifully understated.
Brides who opt for this style may have their bridesmaids carry a smaller version.
The teardrop bouquet is very similar to the cascading bouquet because it is also designed with a lot of flowers which flow downwards towards the floor. It's much longer, larger and a bit messier. They are compact with a slight tear shape and a small size.
Round bridal bouquets have been popular in weddings for years. It’s a very simple, elegant and traditional bridal bouquet. It’s a true classic and a compact cluster of flowers.
Both dramatic and stunning, these long-stemmed flower bouquets are the next big thing. Romantic and effortless. The long stems typically show and are held by cradling the bouquet in ones arm.
A single stem bridal bouquet consists of a single flower held in place of a traditional arrangement. It is often a great choice for smaller budget weddings. One long stemmed flower can make quite a statement.
These are also known as a glamelia bouquet, they feature individual petals that are designed to look like one large flower.
These beautiful arrangements feature long stems and foliage that the bride cradles in her arms. It's as versatile as any other wedding bouquet shape. It’s both different and unique.
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