Posted on 05 September 2016
Wedding bouquets come in all different shapes, sizes, colours and varieties. In particular, the bridal bouquet is often the most important accessory in a wedding, taking front and centre along with the bride as she walks down the aisle, living forever in the minds of participants and guests alike, as well as in a good proportion of photos from the big day. Other wedding bouquets might include those for the bridesmaids and/or flowergirls.
Bouquets for weddings are largely designed to be personalised to each bride, so it feels as though each bouquet is unique to you. Of course, it is always helpful to have inspiration for florists to be able to see and get a better idea of your vision.
Bouquets come in all different shapes. The most common are:
- round structured
- round unstructured
- cascading / teardrop
Bouquets are separated into three main size categories.
Varieties refers to the many different kinds of flowers which would be used in a bouquet.
It is advised that, in terms of floral designs and decorations, everything should be based on the bridal bouquet. That way, everything ties in together along the one theme. The bridesmaids and flower girl bouquets are often just smaller versions of the bridal bouquet.
- Hailey Paige Flowers xx