The bouquet is a simple thing that actually gives great effect on a bride’s style. It completes the outfit while it bridges the bride style to the rest of the wedding details. For the best look, today’s bride has more than enough alternatives, from classic to modern, from colorful to monochrome. These bouquets though are worth to consider.
Vibrant Looking Bouquet
This bouquet has the most unusual combination that creates the vibrant look. If you look closely, it incorporates sweet peas, clematis, blackberries, peonies, orchids, phalaenopsis, ranunculus, Meyer lemons, tangerines, kumquats, poppies, tea roses, and garden roses. Floral and fruity makes super stylish bouquet.
This bouquet has all it takes to be a great one. It looks elegant and personalized while it remains consistent with the theme. The bouquet is a combination of amaryllis, peonies, astilbe, poppies, tulips, festival blush, ranunculus, smilax, and David Austin garden roses. It has rather big size that clutches nicely on the bride, making the look perfection.
Beauty in Lush
Rather pale arrangement is in trend today for being soft while it still looks pretty. This bouquet features lush roses and some greenery. The greenery creates neutral and rustic look while it transform the pale hues into fresh bouquet. It doesn’t look glamorous but simple and modest instead, but it doesn’t lose its elegance. It’s perfect for rustic inspired bride.
This bouquet delivers cheerful and fun feeling just immediately. Looking at it, we should agree that the wedding will be fun and full of happiness. This bouquet combines together roses, clematis, ranunculus, poppies, bougainvillea, and silk ribbons to tie them together. With the ribbon is trailing, this bouquet gets it all, drama, romance, and style.
Pink Pretty Perfect
While pink bouquet is common and often used, this pink bouquet has rather different styling. The combination features peppermint geraniums, scabiosa, lady’s mantle, veronica, garden roses, and pillow talk peonies in white. It has timeless white with enough portions of pink, adequate greeneries, and perfect size. The look alone suggest sweet and intimate wedding with rather informal atmosphere.
It is more common to incorporate a little fun and twist on a bouquet. You don’t have to be totally revolutionary if you don’t want to. Those bouquets above have enough timeless look while being unique and stylish at the same time. Steal those styles for your wedding. Which one is your best and most favorite idea?