The wedding day is the most beautiful and long-awaited day in the life of every girl. They approach the choice of every detail with trepidation, whether it be an interior or a dress, jewelry or a hairstyle. Do not bypass the wedding bouquet.
A wedding bouquet is not just an addition to a dress or decoration. The bride’s bouquet often embodies the whole idea of the wedding, emphasizes the subtlety of the image of a young bride, gives zest and completeness.
Fruit bouquet for a wedding
Every bride wants to shine at the celebration, to be memorable. Stylists, makeup artists and designers help her with this. It takes many hours to complete an image. But it is worth remembering that for the bouquet you need to take no less time than for the image itself. After all, it is sometimes very difficult to determine what filling the bouquet will have. Experienced florists will certainly help with this, but the idea itself should belong to you.
In the last few years, with the trend of eco-style and unity with nature, it has become popular to use various natural elements in bouquets: vegetables, fruits or berries.
Many argue that a girl who, in addition to the flowers themselves, also chooses berries in her bouquet, is very romantic, she has an exquisite taste. Such compositions are suitable to complete a cute and sophisticated look, for girls who do not want to be invisible at their wedding. At the same time, they will not seem too pretentious, on the contrary, they will appear modest.
Bouquets with berries are usually inherent in the summer season, since berries are strongly associated with this period. Yes, and to create a composition there are whole bushes of fresh berries: raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, currants, cherries. In the fall, the composition will be more muted in colors, it will be possible to take the berries of viburnum, wild rose, mountain ash, cranberries as a basis. Such weddings are more cozy in terms of color combinations.
The berry is in demand among newlyweds. It can be beaten not only in the bride’s bouquet. With berries, you can create whole compositions on the tables in the form of berry-fruit slices or unusual bouquets on the tables. All this will echo the image of the bride, her bouquet, and the idea of the wedding as a whole. Especially if the direction of the festival is set in eco- or boho-style.
Brides, like girls in general, like to endow other events or objects with certain meanings. Each berry also has its own unique meaning. For example, cherry carries a sense of femininity and sensitivity. Strawberries represent wealth and prosperity in the family. Rowan is a symbol of good luck and love.
The most popular fruit in wedding arrangements is the apple. It in itself will be a great addition to a berry or flower arrangement, it can become its center. An apple fits easily into any bouquet.
Apples are varied in color, which gives a huge number of solutions for filling the bouquet. The apple color palette starts with greens and ends with yellows and dark burgundy reds.
Citrus fruits are usually used dried or baked. So they will last longer. Large fruits are cut so that their weight does not weigh down the bouquet.
If fresh fruits are cut, then there is a high probability that by the evening, by the time the bouquet is thrown, they will take on an ugly and unphotogenic look. They are usually combined with white or red roses, creating a game of contrast.
If the wedding takes place in the fall, then the composition can be made up of burgundy or bright yellow apples, with rowan or wild rose fruits, as well as flowers (chrysanthemums, gerberas). A bright accent will be a bouquet, which includes burgundy apples, peonies and ruby berries. This bouquet represents love and brightness of feelings and playfulness.
A bouquet will look very catchy, the center of which will be a solid pomegranate. Burgundy and purple flowers can be included in the composition of the bouquet, purple or brown berries will become bright accents. If the wedding is planned in blue, then this shade can be easily beaten with plums, grapes, blueberries. In this case, such a composition should be diluted with slightly warm shades.
Do not choose very soft and juicy fruits. They certainly look sophisticated and attract attention, but during the whole celebration they can give juice and lose shape. The fruits will not be able to hold out until the end of the event, simply falling apart at the most inopportune moment (throwing a bouquet).
If desired, natural berries and fruits can be replaced with artificial ones.
The trend of a healthy lifestyle is more and more common in our lives. This has not bypassed the wedding theme. Another representative among the bouquets is a bouquet of vegetables. Quite possibly, many will find this a little absurd and ridiculous. After all, what kind of bride would want to see a carrot in her bouquet? But there are.
Vegetables themselves are a versatile food., they are appetizing, keep their shape, do not spread, quite bright. They can beat the theme of the wedding itself. In areas such as “eco” or “country” vegetables will come in handy.
An abundance of vegetables will personify wealth, prosperity. Such weddings are usually held from July to October, when the harvest is plentiful and it will not be difficult to get one or another vegetable, and most importantly, it will cost quite inexpensively.
The bride’s bouquet can echo both the theme of the wedding and the groom’s boutonniere. You can choose as a basis as one product, and make up whole compositions. You can add anything to the bouquet: greens, ornamental cabbage or sweet peppers.
You can choose vegetables with fluffy, luxurious tops, such as carrots. The tops can be tied with a ribbon to match the dress and add some flowers.
You can mix not only some vegetables with each other, but also add fruits and berries. All this will be the basis of the future bouquet. The center can be cabbage, simple or decorative (it is now grown in different colors, there is even a kind of rose), arugula and broccoli can be added around the cabbage. Lettuce leaves of different colors can serve as “veins” or partitions, berries can be added along the edge of the bouquet.
To complement the image of the bride, the groom can choose the same vegetable boutonniere. But often in such a beautiful decoration they use not real vegetables, but artificial ones. But this is more of a matter of taste.
In order to please the guests and “infect” them with such an idea, you can give everyone such bouquets, which they will then put on the table or cut into a common dish. In the same way, it will be possible at the end of the evening to share the bride’s bouquet among all the guests, so that those who did not catch it would not be offended.