purple bridal bouquet

Pre­vi­ous­ly, it was cus­tom­ary to use a vari­ety of bright col­ors to dec­o­rate a wed­ding, which cre­at­ed a fes­tive mood and sym­bol­ized some­thing pos­i­tive for the future fam­i­ly. To date, the tra­di­tion of cap­tur­ing the entire col­or palette for such a cel­e­bra­tion has been revived, and more and more often, new­ly­weds are plan­ning in what shades and in what style their hol­i­day will be held. One of the com­mon col­ors is pur­ple — del­i­cate, lux­u­ri­ous and mys­te­ri­ous.

How­ev­er, the bride and groom should also fit into the over­all style, so the bride’s pur­ple bou­quet will be anoth­er won­der­ful dec­o­ra­tion for this day. And you can attach a bou­ton­niere of the same shade to the groom’s suit.

Purple wedding bouquet for the bride

Every girl has her favorite flow­ers. Hav­ing told about your pref­er­ences to the florist, by joint efforts you can cre­ate an unsur­passed com­po­si­tion. Very gen­tle and touch­ing, but at the same time, very ele­gant, the bride’s bou­quet of ter­ry tulips in pur­ple tones will look. Girls who pre­fer some­thing orig­i­nal should pay atten­tion to kalas, which can be dec­o­rat­ed with a wide satin rib­bon and a brooch.

Frag­ile and sophis­ti­cat­ed ladies are ide­al­ly suit­ed for a bridal bou­quet with pur­ple flow­ers such as orchids. You can cre­ate a beau­ti­ful com­po­si­tion with two or three shades. How­ev­er, such flow­ers should be the main accent in the image of the bride, so the out­fit should not be lush and pompous.

A minia­ture bunch of pur­ple anemones, or, as they are also called, anemones, will look very advan­ta­geous. Well, if the bride decid­ed to just amaze every­one with her cre­ative approach, then a wed­ding bou­quet made in the form of a pur­ple fan will be an ide­al option for this. Ros­es, peonies and but­ter­cups in com­bi­na­tion with green­ery look real­ly very ele­gant and orig­i­nal.

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Cas­cad­ing bou­quets look very gen­tle and roman­tic, which become more and more rel­e­vant every year. A flo­ral com­po­si­tion con­sist­ing of pur­ple and pink ros­es will empha­size the grandeur and good taste of its own­er. A bou­quet made of light pur­ple freesias and white and pur­ple orchids will empha­size the ten­der­ness, romance and inno­cence of the bride.

White and purple bridal bouquet

When plan­ning a cel­e­bra­tion in pur­ple tones, do not for­get about the clas­sic white col­or, which sym­bol­izes the puri­ty and inno­cence of the bride. For exam­ple, a bridal bou­quet with white ros­es and pur­ple eustoma looks very gen­tle. Best of all, such a com­po­si­tion is suit­able for girls with a cre­ative nature. The main thing is to ensure that the bou­quet is com­bined with the bride’s out­fit, empha­siz­ing or com­ple­ment­ing her fes­tive look.