red bridal bouquet

Red is one of the bright­est col­ors. It sym­bol­izes love, pas­sion and wealth. In addi­tion, he always attracts the eyes of oth­ers. Such a fiery col­or is con­sid­ered the most rel­e­vant in wed­ding floristry and fits any bride’s dress, if it is suc­cess­ful­ly com­posed and the right decor is cho­sen for it.

A bride with a red bou­quet always looks lux­u­ri­ous and impres­sive. But, it should be not­ed that for a fluffy dress with many fin­ish­ing details, it is bet­ter to choose a minia­ture com­po­si­tion. But for sim­ple and fit­ted out­fits, a large or cas­cad­ing bou­quet is ide­al.

Bridal bouquets of red flowers

The most com­mon and clas­sic option are ros­es. They are the favorite of all women. There­fore, many brides pre­fer bou­quets of red ros­es. How­ev­er, so that such an impor­tant wed­ding ele­ment does not seem banal, it can be dec­o­rat­ed with white small stephan­otis, sparkling crys­tals, pearls or oth­er flow­ers. For exam­ple, maroon ros­es with white feces will look very orig­i­nal and beau­ti­ful. But the cas­cad­ing red wed­ding bou­quet of the bride, falling down with a lux­u­ri­ous train and dec­o­rat­ed with beads, will become a real dec­o­ra­tion in the fes­tive image of a girl.

To cre­ate a floris­tic com­po­si­tion, you can choose oth­er types of no less ele­gant and beau­ti­ful flow­ers. In spring, it can be a bou­quet of red tulips. And chic peonies look like a real exot­ic plant. By com­bin­ing bloom­ing flow­ers with closed buds, you get a chic bridal bou­quet that will look much more sophis­ti­cat­ed with a red rib­bon. Car­na­tions, as a rule, few peo­ple like. But an expe­ri­enced florist can cre­ate a real work of art from them. For exam­ple, bright red car­na­tions can be used to form a bou­quet, dec­o­rat­ed with pearls and a large white orchid.

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The bride’s bou­quet in red tones will always be rel­e­vant. It gives solem­ni­ty and pom­pos­i­ty to the event. And if all the dec­o­ra­tions of the hall and scenery are made in the same col­or scheme, then this will once again show how del­i­cate and refined your taste is.