Wedding Bouquet’s

Posted by: stylewedds on: August 31, 2013

The brides most important accessory, her wedding bouquet, is the one element where she can give way to her imagination and create her own very special bouquet. The possibilities are endless. Colors, textures, natural flowers, artificial flowers, stones, pearls, ribbons, or whatever the future Mrs. would like to incorporate in her statement bridal accessory, she can do it. However, although wedding bouquet’s offer the bride this great flexibility, there two very important details bride’s must keep in mind when creating their statement accessory, such as; the bouquet’s size and that it remains cohesive with the wedding décor.

The most ideal place to start the bouquet quest, is by first choosing the style and type of bouquet you prefer. Keep in mind that it is important to choose the size of the bouquet in proportion to the brides size and stature. You wouldn’t want your bouquet to over power your wedding dress, or overpower you! Thus it is super important that you have great communication with your wedding planner and your florist so that they are able to define your exact style and taste so as to create the ideal wedding bouquet for you! Here are some ideas…..

Wednesday Wedding Planners

Mar de Flores

blue hydrangea bouqut

button bridesmaid bouquet

colorful tulip bouquetcasablanca bouquet

yellow rananculus bouquetwhite ranunculus bouquet

white and purple calla lilies

Mexican inspired beach wedding | photo by Amelia Lyon Photography | 100 Layer Cake

Urban Plant

Remember that your bridal bouquet is your made-to-order accessory and the one you will sadly and probably give away. Your dress, makeup, hair and jewels already make you look stunning, the perfect bridal bouquet to fit you will make you look like a princess! At one point during your wedding reception, the bouquet will become the center of attention, so giving it your special mark is a must.


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