Original wedding bouquets

Pompous and very com­plex wed­ding dress­es lost their rel­e­vance a cou­ple of years ago. Today, brides rely on unusu­al bright acces­sories or non-stan­dard col­or schemes. The surest way to diver­si­fy the black and white range at the cel­e­bra­tion is to pick up the orig­i­nal bridal bou­quet.

Unusual wedding bouquets for the bride

Con­ven­tion­al­ly, all unusu­al wed­ding bou­quets can be divid­ed into three cat­e­gories.

  1. The eas­i­est option is to choose a bright and non-stan­dard col­or scheme. For exam­ple, a pur­ple bridal bou­quet would be appro­pri­ate if the out­fit itself is dec­o­rat­ed with a thin belt to match, this also applies to a blue bridal bou­quet. An orange wed­ding bou­quet is well suit­ed for an autumn cel­e­bra­tion: such an unusu­al acces­so­ry will look espe­cial­ly har­mo­nious at a themed wed­ding. A red wed­ding bou­quet of dec­o­ra­tive peonies, pop­pies, ros­es or oth­er flow­ers looks very styl­ish.
  2. If you don’t feel like exper­i­ment­ing with col­or, you can pick up a white wed­ding bou­quet of the orig­i­nal form. The com­po­si­tion of flow­ers in the form of a hand­bag looks styl­ish. More­over, it can be just a ball of flow­ers, but there are more unusu­al forms that real­ly resem­ble the out­lines of a hand­bag. Orig­i­nal wed­ding bou­quets in the form of an umbrel­la will suit roman­tic natures. Mas­ters take the frame from the umbrel­la and dec­o­rate it with col­ored com­po­si­tions, feath­ers or rib­bons. Com­po­si­tions in the form of clutch­es and fans look no less orig­i­nal. A wed­ding red cas­cade bou­quet of flow­ers of dif­fer­ent shapes and sizes will dec­o­rate any bride.
  3. The most unusu­al wed­ding bou­quets are made with­out flow­ers at all. Instead, they take var­i­ous alter­na­tive mate­ri­als. Bou­quets of soft toys have become very pop­u­lar (for exam­ple, a blue wed­ding bou­quet of bears), com­po­si­tions made of felt or but­tons look inter­est­ing. Orig­i­nal wed­ding bou­quets made of cor­ru­gat­ed paper or rib­bons are very airy, they also use shells and jew­el­ry.
See also
Veil for a bachelorette party