Like true love, a wedding bouquet is both universal and personal. It’s a part of every bride’s attire, yet each woman chooses blooms that hold special meaning for her. Whether you carry a favourite flower or go with something new, this is a chance to make a bold statement about who you are. In weddings, classic rose bouquets helped many brides to the charm of tiny flowers and the pleasant surprise of a coloured tulip bouquet. Here are some ideas for wedding bouquet, which one suits with your wedding dress and make you feel princess on the special day of your life.
Terracotta & Pink flowers
Dreamy, romantic garden roses in shade of terra cotta and pink blend with flowers that emulate the rose’s form, such a begonias. Dusty pink caladium leaves reflect the blooms’ hues. A cream edged brown grosgrain ribbon ties the bouquet and the color together.
Decorate with a monogram
A pale bouquet hydrangea and dusty miller foliage becomes even more beautiful with a hand embroidered monogrammed button framed in glass beads and sewn to a bow crisp moiré ribbon. The stems are bound with a white taffeta ribbon.
Old Fashioned Charm
You have a favourite flower, don’t you? These pink ‘Sally Holmes’ garden roses lasted only two hours after they were wired. But for the one bride, this was a once in a life time chance to carry them, and her florist made her bouquet just minutes before the ceremony. The results were worth it.
More than anything, color dictates the mood of a wedding. In this bouquet of spring flowers, ranuculuses lend solidity to ethereal poppies and dainty. Tulips are as sleek as the ribbon used to tie the yellow flowers. Ruffled parrot tulips and button tulips appear to flicker with apricot-hued light in this bouquet.
Enchanting Button Cuff
The bride’s flowers usually go down the aisle wrapped in a satin ribbon, but with a new look. This jewelled bouquet gets its shimmer from layers of mother of pearl button on stiff ivory felt. Pearl pins give a soft glow to bunch of gardenias and Stephanie, which are tied beneath the cuff with an ivory bow.
A Beribboned Bouquet
Cascading bouquet tend to be loosely gathered, with the flowers draping downward on their stems, often trailing greenery or ribbons. This bouquet has vintage cotton violets, orange blossoms and gardenias, as well as fragrant fresh gardenias.
Roses are always romantic
Roses possess an indisputable iconic power. But they don’t have to be arranged in a standard red dozen to do so. Dutch roses in dusty and burnt pink hues are surrounded by rosy coleus and abutilon flowers. This bouquet is a dome of ‘surprise’ roses ringed in a dyed coque feathers. A white rose bouquet is made casual with wild grasses and bamboos, along with the clematis and green lady’s mantle. Variegated gladioli, plucked from their stalks and given wire stems, are mixed with garden roses and pink salvia
Garden roses More expensive than other kinds, these open fully and have vintage charm.
Miniature Roses Excellent counter points to full size roses. These come in almost any shade, including red, yellow and pink.
Spray Roses these roses have multiple flowers on each stem, making them a cost effective choice of a lush grouping.
Modern Hybrid Roses With familiar layered petals, these can be found in many sizes.
Single Flower Sensations
Your bouquet is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your favorite flowers. Cheerful zinnias in a range of vivid pinks from a delightful posy. Pink and orange ribbon is knotted around brown taffeta for festive details. Graceful stalks of cymbidium orchids create an unexpected bouquet. When French anemones are bound with striped ribbon, black and white become soft and sweet.
Miniature blossoms have a delicate beauty not often give a leading role in bridal bouquet. Working with florist, group them in lush arrangement to showcase their wealth of precious details. Choose flowers these are small in nature, such as lily of the valley, blossoms that come in miniature versions, such as daffodils and roses or florets cut from larger flowers, such as hyacinths.
Sometimes the most classical things are also the most startling and beautiful, as in this luxurious bouquet, where three shades of the ‘Silver Lining’ poeny blend wonderfully. The flowers are densely packed, but room has been left for the buds to unfurl among the wide open blossoms
A good wedding bouquet can increase beauty in bride’s beauty. Make an ambience pleasant. Infect nowadays people selects flower colors according to the wedding theme, isn’t it Pretty Romantic Idea!