Wedding bouquets of tulips

Tulips are right­ful­ly con­sid­ered a sym­bol of spring and awak­en­ing, the begin­ning of a new one. It is not sur­pris­ing that many brides choose this par­tic­u­lar flower for the basis of their wed­ding bou­quet. A vari­ety of shades and vari­eties allows you to make both tra­di­tion­al and orig­i­nal bridal bou­quets.

Wedding bouquet of tulips

There are sev­er­al rea­sons why young girls and florists choose this flower. First of all, this con­cerns the final result — the com­po­si­tion is always gen­tle and ele­gant. But there are a num­ber of oth­er rea­sons to choose tulips:

  • the stem of the flower is quite long, so it is great for form­ing a bou­quet in the form of a ball, cone, cas­cade or Bie­der­meier;
  • an incred­i­ble vari­ety of shades can be used to cre­ate a mono­chrome com­po­si­tion or col­or tran­si­tions (a wed­ding bou­quet of white tulips with unopened buds looks espe­cial­ly styl­ish);
  • if you want to cre­ate some­thing orig­i­nal, for this there are ter­ry vari­eties or vari­eties with a glass that looks like a lily, they will look good in a wed­ding bou­quet of ros­es with tulips (you can’t imme­di­ate­ly make out that these are tulips at all);
  • you don’t have to com­ple­ment the com­po­si­tion with green­ery or small flow­ers, because a wed­ding bou­quet of white tulips is ele­gant and com­plete in itself (ide­al for a vin­tage, shab­by chic or Greek style bridal out­fit).

Wedding bouquets of tulips — choose yours

As you know, each col­or in the world of floristry has its own def­i­n­i­tion. Quite a lot of the fair sex on this excit­ing day are prone to all sorts of super­sti­tions. So the col­or of the bou­quet itself is some­times more impor­tant than the select­ed flow­ers.

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In this per­spec­tive, a win-win option is a bridal bou­quet of white tulips with a bare­ly notice­able green bor­der. This col­or remains a sym­bol of puri­ty and inno­cence, and the cre­ation process is very sim­ple. No spe­cial flo­ral foam or oth­er tricks are need­ed here. It is enough to pick up flow­ers with long stems and large unblown buds.

Pas­sion­ate and very in love natures should like a wed­ding bou­quet of red tulips. Here every­thing is achieved by a com­bi­na­tion of the shape of the glass and the shade. The red wed­ding bou­quet of the bride looks incred­i­bly styl­ish in the form of a cas­cade of small flow­ers of com­plex shape and a dark sat­u­rat­ed shade. The choice of bold and orig­i­nal natures.

Wed­ding bou­quets of tulips can be bright mul­ti-col­ored if the wed­ding is held in the sum­mer, and a huge arm­ful of pink flow­ers looks good in win­ter. Tulips are real­ly ver­sa­tile flow­ers and they will suit both a very young bride and an old­er woman.