bridal bouquet 2014

At a wed­ding, every lit­tle thing should be per­fect, cor­re­spond to the gen­er­al atmos­phere of the event and please the eye. What can we say about the bou­quet then? Pre­vi­ous­ly, a wed­ding, as a rule, was once in a life­time, and there­fore they were so care­ful­ly pre­pared for it. Nowa­days, despite the fact that the num­ber of wed­dings has now become, in some way, unlim­it­ed, they con­tin­ue to pre­pare for this cel­e­bra­tion of life and love with all care. Let’s then take a clos­er look at what the bride’s bou­quet should be in 2014 and how it is best to choose it, so that in the end every­one is sat­is­fied.

Fashionable bridal bouquets 2014

Com­po­si­tion. First­ly, from the very begin­ning it is nec­es­sary to say that orig­i­nal­i­ty and self-expres­sion are in fash­ion now, which means that you need to make a bou­quet your­self, using the help of a florist, and not buy it by choos­ing your favorite option from the cat­a­log. It is clear that florists often present quite inter­est­ing com­po­si­tions in these cat­a­logs that catch the eye, but think about it: do you real­ly want your flow­ers to be one of many exact­ly the same? Cer­tain­ly not, because every bride craves a beau­ti­ful and unique wed­ding bou­quet that no one else will have. There­fore, it would be much bet­ter to cre­ate a bou­quet for your­self togeth­er with a florist, which will reflect your taste pref­er­ences and become your ide­al com­pan­ion on this grand day.

Flow­ers. Now let’s move on to the most impor­tant part of a beau­ti­ful bridal bou­quet — the flow­ers them­selves. Of course, in their choice, first of all, you must rely on your taste, because you must def­i­nite­ly like flow­ers, but you should not for­get about fash­ion trends. The main trend of 2014 for the bride’s bou­quet will be “sim­ple” flow­ers. Ros­es, lilies, orchids and oth­er flow­ers that are clas­sic for such events have already become bor­ing, and there­fore I want some kind of vari­ety, new orig­i­nal accents. Of course, this does not mean that it is nec­es­sary to aban­don the clas­sics, but it is worth intro­duc­ing some new note into it. For exam­ple, add majes­tic peonies, pos­i­tive asters or dahlias, del­i­cate cro­cus­es and so on to the bou­quet. You can cre­ate a styl­ish bridal bou­quet using peonies alone, or com­bine sev­er­al dif­fer­ent flow­ers. The main thing is that you like them all. It is also worth not­ing that astil­ba, cras­pe­dia, hyper­icum berries, bru­nia will be an excel­lent addi­tion to the bridal bou­quet. And the most pop­u­lar flow­ers with­out any doubt can be called spray peony ros­es and ranun­cu­lus.

See also
Wedding dresses 2013-2014

Col­or spec­trum. Every­thing here, in prin­ci­ple, depends sole­ly on your per­son­al taste pref­er­ences, as well as on the col­or scheme in which you plan to make a wed­ding. But, in gen­er­al, fash­ion trends grav­i­tate towards laven­der, pale blue and corn­flower blue shades. Which, how­ev­er, should not become an obsta­cle in your way if you are doing a wed­ding, for exam­ple, in mint col­ors.

Dec­o­ra­tions. No less impor­tant are the dec­o­ra­tions that you add to the bou­quet. This year, the bride’s fash­ion­able bou­quet should not be par­tic­u­lar­ly over­loaded with them. No decor on the flow­ers them­selves, no rustling foil and too mas­sive dec­o­ra­tions. The main trend of this year will be the dec­o­rat­ed leg of the bou­quet. The empha­sis on it looks rather unusu­al, and there­fore invari­ably attracts atten­tion and delights. You can dec­o­rate the leg with the help of rib­bons, lace, beads, brooches, cameos — every­thing will look great, but it is impor­tant that the design of the leg match­es the bou­quet itself and does not draw all the atten­tion to itself, but grace­ful­ly com­ple­ments and sets off the beau­ty of the flow­ers.

For clar­i­ty, you can see exam­ples of the most beau­ti­ful bridal bou­quets that are rel­e­vant this year in the gallery below.