During our floral consultations we ask brides a lot of questions. For starters,
What are your wedding colors?
What are your favorite flowers?
What shape bouquet appeals to you?
What about the ribbon color and treatment of the bouquet?
We ask details, down to the tiniest pearl pinhead decoration. Choosing a bridal bouquet style while also considering your flower’s seasonal availability can be overwhelming for a bride that has to make many detailed decisions.
Vibrant Flowers is here to help! Through these questions we find out what your wedding day vision is, help you personalize your look and provide you with creative support.
If you are not sure what style of flowers you want for your bridal bouquet, here are some suggestions to help make the process more enjoyable and less stressful.
|Biedermeier – Composed of different layers, the placement of each bloom is strategically designed to create concentric circles, emphasizing pattern and repetition. This style became popular in Europe in the 1800s.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Biedermeier bouquets to see some examples!
|Cascade – Elegant, sculptural bouquets with long trailing flowers and greens.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Cascade and Trailing bouquets to see some examples!
|Round – More manicured bouquet with minimal greens, Simple, clean and classic.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Round bouquets to see some examples!
|Crescent – Sculptural bouquet focusing more on line, form and symmetry (or asymmetry) to create a a two sided cascade of flowers.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Crescent bouquets to see some examples!
|Garden or Hand-tied – Organic bouquet of mixed flowers, diverse textures and more and foliage/greens to give a very natural “picked from the garden” feel.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Garden bouquets to see some examples!
|Pageant – Dramatic long-stemmed bouquet that the bride carries on her arm. Generally composed of focal and line flowers.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Pageant bouquets to see some examples!
|Pomander – Complete round sphere of blooms often carried by a handle of ribbons or pearls.
Visit our Pinterest Board on Pomander bouquets to see some examples!
|Composite – Uniquely made, these bouquets are formed from individual petals to make one large flower. This technique originated during the war, when Camellia flowers were very expensive. So instead, people took the petals of the less expensive Gladiolas and made them into what looked like a more expensive flower.
Visit our Pinterest board on Composite bouquets to see some examples!
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