If you’re planning your wedding and want to include bouquets, how do you decide which style is right for you? We’re offering up four types of arrangements for your big day that work all year round.
This bouquet style is versatile and dramatic and can add lots of color and texture to the overall look of the ceremony. Also known as waterfall bouquets, these voluminous arrangements can be made with all sorts of flowers. This one, by Adcock Wedding & Event Florals, features David Austin garden roses, blackberry scoop scabiosa, ornamental kale, silver dollar eucalyptus, peonies and more.
Adcock Wedding & Event Florals
Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to your bridal blooms. The posy bouquet is elegant and quaint but can still make a huge impact on the look of your wedding. This one is composed of fragrant white O’Hara garden roses, wax flowers, seeded eucalyptus, salal and Italian ruscus.
Bittersweet Flowers and Gifts
Bossier City, LA
A round bouquet works well with all types of wedding dress styles. Because it can be made with one type of flower or an assortment of flowers, colors and sizes, this bouquet style can be easily tailored to fit any wedding budget. This particular bouquet is made of silk flowers in shades of pale pink, white and touches of green. It includes roses, peonies and hydrangeas accented by dusty miller and green privet berries.
Bells & Blossoms Flowers & Rentals
Typically containing more greenery than other bouquets, the nosegay is a more trendy style for brides. It contains compact clusters of flowers, and its stems are usually wrapped tightly and cut to a uniform length. This one is whimsical with a “swept up from the garden” feel and is finished with hand-dyed silk ribbon. It features phalaenopsis orchids, burgundy scabiosa, yellow solidaoe, spray roses, antique novelty carnations and burgundy genestra with lemon leaf and Italian ruscus for lots of greenery.
Meghan Awalt Wedding Florist