Are you thinking of the type of bridal bouquet to use on that great and faithful day? One that will inspire and delight you? We have 7 varieties of bouquet to choose from. Just relax and make the best choice.
Cascade bouquets are known to be wild and lush. This bouquet is made in such a way that the flower cascade downward from the bride. It is simply and nice in its own way.
Posy bouquets are very popular and a classic choice for brides. With its natural leaves, it goes wild. They look more natural and small enough to be held in the hands.
This type of bouquet is a step by step process with a higher binding point. Hand-tie bouquets also look natural, simple and beautiful.
Round round bouquet. It’s all about the shape! Round bouquets are formed into perfect domes, often using a single type of flower like roses or peonies. Round bouquets are also often monochromatic, although they look just as beautiful featuring flowers in a variety of colors.
In most weddings, members of the wedding party usually carry the smaller nosegays and the bride, the larger bouquet. Nosegay bouquets can also be used as gifts for different occasions.
The pomander bouquet is a perfect ball of flowers usually carried by a ribbon that can be hung from the bride’s wrist. Vibrant colors are normally used for this type of flower. It is not only attractive but vibrant that gives the bride and her maids a sense of confidence.
Composite bouquet look like a giant flower. When making this bouquet, it takes great effort and skills but the outcome is outstanding and stunning. Another name for this bouquet is “glamelia bouquet”. It is said to be popular in the 1940s and 50s. The amazing part of composite bouquet is the central part.