The wedding bouquet of the bride is a reflection of her character, mood and an important component of the image. To compose the composition, a variety of flowers are used that have a certain meaning. It is best to pick up a bouquet a few days before the celebration and entrust the collection of the composition to professional florists.
Popular flowers for a wedding bouquet
Today there are many flowers on the basis of which you can make exquisite bouquets suitable for a wedding celebration. Here are the following compositions:
- Freesia bridal bouquet. Because of the thin petals, these delicate flowers create a feeling of fragility and vulnerability. For classic bouquets, white and beige freesias are used, but sometimes you can find inclusions of their purple, blue and violet flowers. Freesias fit well into a wedding bouquet of lilies and hydrangeas, lilies of the valley, hyacinths.
- Wedding bouquet of daisies. Sincere and open — such associations arise with daisies. Most often, small garden daisies are used in bridal bouquets in combination with brunia, cornflowers, peonies and other garden flowers. Daisies will look organic with a simple dress resembling a sundress.
- Wedding bouquet of chrysanthemums. These flowers are rarely used, as they are considered too simple and banal. But skilled florists using cream and white chrysanthemums create beautiful globular bouquets that fit perfectly into the image of the bride. By the way, the chrysanthemum is a symbol of trust and sincerity.
- Wedding bouquet of lilies of the valley. Looks casual and simple. Vibrant, airy fragrant flowers, immersed in green leaves, will bring a touch of spontaneity and tenderness to the image of the bride. This bouquet is perfect for a wedding dress!
Along with the listed options, there are also exotic bouquets that not every bride risks “trying on”. So, a blue-violet wedding bouquet of irises will be a real “challenge” to wedding traditions, and a flowing bouquet of orchids will become an extravagant addition to the image.