A bridal bouquet is perhaps one of the most important accessories for a bride. The solemn part of the holiday is always in sight, and at the end, the well-known tradition of throwing a bouquet becomes the culmination, so the selection of a flower arrangement must be approached responsibly. Flowers should harmoniously complement the wedding dress and be sure to fit into the main style of the wedding design.
Despite the huge selection of flowers offered by florists today, everyone’s favorite roses, symbolizing love and desire, never lose their popularity. A classic of the genre, the personification of innocence and purity — a wedding bouquet of white or cream roses. To make the bouquet brighter, the contrast created by the elongated skim leaves and the greenery of the galax will help. These exotic plants are also used to decorate plain wedding bouquets of red or pink roses. Hothouse jasmine, clematis and ferns bring a special romanticism and stylish touch.
Minimalism and conciseness — the fashion trend of the year
It is worth saying that stylists are increasingly recommending choosing simple bouquets, based on three-dimensional flowers of the same type, combined with green twigs. This trend was demonstrated this year by designers at Bridal Fashion Week in New York. Today, no one is trying to make the flower arrangement the main one in the image — the bouquet only effectively complements it. A two-tone red-white wedding bouquet of large roses can also be attributed to the same category of simple ones. White roses are decorated with decorative wire with red beads — it looks quite original. Pearls, gold or silver details are also used as jewelry.
Exclusive bridal bouquet of blue roses
Brides from the CIS quite rarely choose bouquets in blue and blue colors, but in vain, because they look just amazing. Especially unusual look for a long time inaccessible to mankind and created, in the end, artificially, blue roses. Due to the absence of these flowers in nature, a bouquet of them can be called, to some extent, even fabulous. Blue roses in the hands of the bride will definitely not go unnoticed.
Here are some tips from experienced wedding florists:
- In a wedding bouquet of blue roses, it is best to combine flowers of white, pink, blue and yellow.
- Blue flowers look most harmonious against the background of a white, blue, light blue or white wedding dress with blue trim.
- The tone of the wedding bouquet should be shoes, the groom’s boutonniere, other accessories and wedding decor.
- A wedding bouquet of blue roses is the perfect choice for a snowy winter wedding.
- A bouquet consisting exclusively of solid blue roses must be diluted with white twigs, inflorescences and decorative elements.
- Remember that blue roses wither quickly in hot weather and are hardly worth ordering for a summer wedding.
Last year’s trend — David Austin’s bridal bouquet of peony roses — remains relevant this season. Even more — we can say that today they are at the peak of popularity. Modern brides are simply in love with them.
The most popular variety is the rose of a delicate peach shade “Juliet”. A slightly “garden” look to the bouquet gives a rose with large, slightly curly petals, called “Miranda”. Variety “Keira” will help to create an original flower arrangement in vintage style.
The main advantage of peony roses is their availability all year round. Often brides choose them for their bouquets in winter.