wedding bouquets for the bride

The choice of the wed­ding bou­quet is tra­di­tion­al­ly the respon­si­bil­i­ty of the groom. How­ev­er, in the mod­ern abun­dance of col­ors and shapes, it is dif­fi­cult for an unpre­pared per­son to under­stand. It is best to study the main trends in advance, and choose a bou­quet based on the sea­son and style of the wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion.

In this arti­cle, we will talk about bridal bou­quets for the bride.

Beautiful wedding bouquet of the bride

The most tra­di­tion­al and famil­iar is the bride’s wed­ding bou­quet of ros­es. Bou­quets of peonies, ger­beras, pop­pies, anemones, hydrangeas, tulips look great. Although today girls are increas­ing­ly choos­ing com­bined bou­quets that com­bine sev­er­al types of flow­ers and plants at once.

The eas­i­est way to choose a bou­quet is by col­or.

White col­or is asso­ci­at­ed with ten­der­ness, inno­cence and puri­ty. A white wed­ding bou­quet can be made from orchids, peonies, ros­es, daisies or more unusu­al plants — cot­ton, lupine, fuch­sia. White callas and lilies look great in bou­quets.

To make the bou­quet brighter, you can add a few col­or splash­es to the white flow­ers. Bou­quets that echo in col­or with acces­sories or shoes look espe­cial­ly beau­ti­ful. For exam­ple, the bride has a white and red bou­quet, and the groom has a white suit with a red bow tie.

Red col­or sym­bol­izes pas­sion, love, and in Asian coun­tries — hap­pi­ness, pros­per­i­ty. A red wed­ding bou­quet of the bride is per­fect for both a clas­sic cer­e­mo­ny and an orig­i­nal, unusu­al cel­e­bra­tion.

Sun­ny col­ors in a wed­ding bou­quet are suit­able for a cheer­ful youth wed­ding. Yel­low and orange shades are asso­ci­at­ed with fun, enthu­si­asm, fresh­ness. It can be a bou­quet of sun­flow­ers, asters, lilies, celosia, ros­es or but­ter­cups.

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A blue or pur­ple bou­quet will stand out as a beau­ti­ful con­trast against the back­ground of a white dress. The most pop­u­lar plants for such bou­quets are lilies, orchids, iris­es, callas.

Green and light green bou­quets are still rare. Mean­while, the fresh­ness and beau­ty of lush green­ery is worth it to make a wed­ding bou­quet from it. Suc­cu­lents with­out thorns (stone rose), fresh cere­als, ros­es, orchids can become assis­tants in cre­at­ing a green com­po­si­tion.

The favorite col­or of all girls and princess­es — pink — is one of the tra­di­tion­al lead­ers in the fash­ion for wed­ding bou­quets. His fem­i­nin­i­ty, ten­der­ness and beau­ty will not leave any­one indif­fer­ent. Pink wed­ding bou­quets of the bride are made from ger­beras, peonies, ros­es, but­ter­cups, lilies, ama­ranth, dahlias, orchids.

Original wedding bouquets for the bride

Per­haps the most unusu­al wed­ding bou­quets for the bride are dark options — black, dark red, deep blue and pur­ple.

How­ev­er, it is their unusu­al beau­ty and orig­i­nal­i­ty that can become the main argu­ment in their favor.

Those who are tired of tra­di­tion­al flower bou­quets will love the fan­ta­sy arrange­ments of sea­son­al fruits, such as apples and berries. Such options are espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant in autumn and win­ter.

Jew­el­ry bou­quets (from crys­tals and stones) are a great option for win­ter. With it, you will def­i­nite­ly be sure that after a long walk in the fresh frosty air your bou­quet will be in per­fect con­di­tion.

Anoth­er option for non-fad­ing bou­quets is flow­ers from rib­bons, fab­ric or paper. Such a com­po­si­tion not only looks great (you can choose com­bi­na­tions of absolute­ly any col­ors and shades), but will also be kept as a sou­venir for a long time.

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The best advis­er in choos­ing a bou­quet will be an expe­ri­enced pro­fes­sion­al florist. The main points — size, col­or, shape — can be dis­cussed with the wed­ding styl­ist. But still, the main advis­er is your own sense of taste. Do not for­get that the wed­ding is first of all your hol­i­day, and it is the new­ly­weds who should make the key deci­sions.

Now you know how to choose a bride’s wed­ding bou­quet, and the pho­tos in the gallery will help you with this.