The bridal bouquet is your most important wedding accessory, so make the most of it. The choice is not limited to roses and peonies! Chanfashion prepared for you a selection of the most original flowers for a wedding bouquet.
An exotic option that is gaining more and more popularity in wedding floristry. Artichokes come in completely different sizes and shades, so it will not be difficult to fit them into a bouquet. They will become an interesting highlight of your accessory, and for the most original brides there is a bolder option — a mono-bouquet of artichokes. In addition, it will fit well into the design of tables.
A lotus box is an excellent natural decoration that can diversify a bride’s bouquet. Florists use both fresh green boxes and dry brown ones. By the way, such an element will help to fit the bouquet into the style of Industrial. Agree, the box looks like a bronze mechanism 🙂
Cotton bridal bouquets are becoming increasingly popular. Cotton can add volume and charming “fluffiness” 🙂 It is also a great option for winter — it is immediately associated with softness, warmth and comfort.
A symbol of youth and freedom, so it will perfectly fit into the Boho style, modern Ukrainian wedding and cozy Rustic. In addition, with the help of wild flowers in a bouquet, you can support the trend for naturalness and naturalness, without excessive pathos. And if you and your fiancé or girlfriends assemble the bouquet yourself, it will become even more special 🙂
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Dried spikelets of wheat will be a great finishing touch in a wedding bouquet of both wild flowers and their expensive varietal plants. It is also good to combine them with dried flowers in an autumn bouquet. If you are planning a wedding in the Ukrainian style, Boho, Eco or Rustic, spikelets in a wedding bouquet are a must-have!
Protea is a real hit in floristry for the last few seasons! African exotic flower looks bright and unusual, it can fit not only in the bride’s bouquet, but also in the design of the wedding arch and tables. Protea symbolizes courage and perseverance — and indeed, this option is suitable for brides who are ready for experiments and departures from safe classics.
Wedding bouquets with succulents are a fresh and original solution. Succulents retain their appearance for a long time, as they grow in places with very low humidity. After living in the desert, they can easily endure several days without a vase of water 🙂 It is also a good choice if you suffer from allergies to flowers and pollen: succulents have neither pollen nor smell.
Lilac is a real symbol of spring, with a heady aroma and delicate colors. A lilac wedding mono-bouquet is suitable for a romantic, fresh and slightly naive image of the bride. In addition, lilac can be used in addition to other colors: it will create additional volume and contrast. And what a smell!
Tulips are a great option for a spring bridal bouquet, so don’t underestimate their role in floristry. Pink tulips will add tenderness, while white ones can perfectly fit into a one-color bouquet and be combined with other spring favorites: irises, chrysanthemums, callas.
But we strongly do not recommend adding lilies of the valley to the bouquet. Remember that these flowers are forbidden to pick and sell because of their rarity.
Anthuriums look extremely unusual and even, as if, unnatural. A great opportunity to stand out with your wedding bouquet! The color of these plants comes in almost all colors of the rainbow, even reaching almost black shades — so it will not be difficult to find a flower variant that matches the shade. In addition, anthuriums are champions in durability: these flowers retain their appearance for several weeks. Choose this option if you want to add a tropical or sultry desert touch to your wedding.
Fluffy white dandelions can be interesting to fit into the wedding decor. They will give lightness, airiness and dreaminess. If you wish, you can also add dandelions to the bride’s bouquet: just imagine how magical the frames will look when you “blow off” your wedding bouquet by making a wish 🙂
Gypsophila is somewhat reminiscent of a large flower cloud — completely weightless and charming! It looks self-sufficient in a mono-bouquet, and can add volume to compositions of other flowers: for example, roses and freesias.
And thanks to its splendor and bright colors, gypsophila will be an excellent material for wreaths. How about such an accessory for you or the bridesmaids?
A very noble and elegant plant that looks great in a mono-bouquet. Moreover, callas are very unpretentious. They retain a fresh look for a long time without water, and are also frost-resistant. Winter brides, take note 🙂