Bridal Bouquet Styles

When it comes to bridal bouquet styles, there are numerous options to choose from, each with its own unique charm and appeal. Your choice of bouquet style should complement your wedding theme, dress, and personal preferences. Here are some popular bridal bouquet styles:

Round Bouquet (Posy or Hand-Tied Bouquet):

This classic and timeless bouquet style features flowers cut to the same length and arranged in a perfectly round shape. It's often held together with ribbon or twine. Round bouquets suit various wedding themes and dress styles.

Posy Peony Bridal Bouquet

Cascade Bouquet (Waterfall Bouquet):

Cascading bouquets have a flowing, trailing shape that drapes gracefully. They are characterized by a mix of trailing greenery and flowers that spill downward. This style adds a touch of drama and elegance to your bridal look.

Cascading Bridal Bouquet

Teardrop Bouquet (Trail or Shower Bouquet):

Similar to the cascade bouquet, the teardrop bouquet has a rounded top but elongates into a teardrop shape. It's a romantic and traditional choice, often featuring a mix of large and small blooms.

    Teardrop bridal Bouquet
    Hand-Picked or Garden Bouquet:
      These bouquets have a loose, unstructured appearance, as if the flowers were freshly gathered from a garden. They often incorporate a variety of blooms, greenery, and even wildflowers for a rustic and natural look.
        White Ice Protea Bridal Bouquet

        Pomander or Kissing Ball Bouquet:

        Pomander bouquets are ball-shaped arrangements of flowers, often suspended from a ribbon for the bride or bridesmaids to carry. They are a charming and whimsical choice for a wedding.

        Pomander Bridal Bouquet

        Remember that the choice of bouquet style should reflect your personal style, the overall theme of your wedding, and your comfort level with holding and carrying it throughout the day. Work closely with your florist to select the perfect bridal bouquet style that complements your wedding vision.

        See our Blog Choosing Wedding Flowers for more ideas

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