Wedding bouquets are an essential part of your wedding, and every bride knows what she wants on her special day. There are various styles, flowers, and arrangements that go in to the bouquet. Each one epitomizes the look of the wedding and can be personalized to fit the bride’s style.
A great way to make your bouquet look beautiful and still blend naturally is to go with colors of the season your wedding is in. If you have a spring wedding, use pastels or lights colors that would be seen during the spring. Go for hardy flowers that wont wilt (sunflowers, dahlias, lilies or hydrangeas) if marrying in summer or in a humid climate.
Even though colder seasons might not bring spring blooms, deep reds and oranges reflect the beautiful changing of the leaves and colors of the season. Whites, grays, and reds are also gorgeous colors to capture the essence of winter.
Or, consider mixing things up and choose a bouquet that is full of succulents and lamb’s ear.
Charms are a beautiful way of personalizing your bouquet so that it is more meaningful to you. A beautiful way to do this is to attach pictures of loved ones; maybe some that have passed or could not be there for your special day. Some brides also choose to attach a pin from their sorority or another important organization to their bouquet.
Another unique way to create your bouquet is to use something other than flowers. These types of bouquets can be an outlet of creativity for the bride. You can personalize them however you like – color, size, fabric, pattern – and they will last forever.
We loved researching the various types of bouquets that you can use for your wedding! Whether you choose big springy blooms, muted and soft winter succulents or vintage brooches, remember to pick one that is true to your personal style and wedding style!