It’s spring and this time of year, the flower markets are overflowing with gorgeous in season blooms.
A wedding would not be the same without flowers. Your wedding flowers will be the most photographed details of your wedding (besides you of course) so it’s important that you choose a bouquet that reflects your style, personality and your reception venue perfectly. Because your floral arrangements are contingent upon many other details in your wedding, we recommend waiting until much later in the planning phase to choose them.
Today we will focus on the most important wedding floral arrangement-the bride’s bouquet! Many of you have written us and ask for advice and it is not easy to choose the most important complement to the bride look so we will introduce several styles of bridal bouquets. We are sure that it will help you!
With peak peony season beginning in early spring, peonies are a great choice of flowers to incorporate in your wedding bouquet. Not only are they gorgeous but these fluffy blooms are also budget-friendly and complement all types of brides. Upgrade the classic peony bouquet with roses and daisies for a romantic look.
Wild bouquets! Complement your enchanting ceremony with untamed posies. Tiny flowers make a poetic statement when they’re swept up in a simple yet abundant bouquet. If you are original brides and want to complement your rustic themed wedding with something groundbreaking this bouquet is for you!
When choosing a petal-packed spray of blooms or a simple posy, a pastel bouquet will add a glorious finishing touch to your ensemble.
Want a fairy tale wedding? If you are decorating the wedding with pastel flowers get a subtle and delicate environment. To complete the look you can choose a bouquet as sweet as you and to give uniformity to all floral decoration. Combine calla lilies, roses and ranunculus for a full and round bouquet.
And finally, a bouquet that has become very popular- the country bouquet. Vibrant colors will infuse your wedding with a festive, celebratory energy and are much more fun and less formal than traditional whites and creams. Not only are they festive, bright colors will really pop in your wedding photos.
What style did you feel more identified?
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