Flowers for a wedding bouquet

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:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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!
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modern wedding

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.