From round to pomander, wedding bouquets can get pretty intricate and trying to choose the best one can be difficult. Here are some tips we came up with to help all our brides out there choose the perfect bouquet for their wedding.
Elegant and traditional design most commonly seen in many weddings because it looks good with any dress type and style.
The Posy bouquet is smaller in size and can be easily held with one hand. It can incorporate almost any flower type and is popular among brides and bridesmaids. Some popular flowers that work best with the Posy bouquet are roses, peonies,tulips and gerberas.
The Pageant bouquet is also known as the “arm sheath” because the long stem flowers modestly cradle on the brides arms. Many brides use the Pageant bouquet as an alternative the the Round bouquet which is more traditional. Florists can either hide the long stems with ribbon or leave them as they are made to the brides requests. Some flowers most commonly used in a Pageant bouquet are stemmed roses, delphiniums, larkspur and lilies.
Pomander bouquets are known as the “kissing ball” or the “ball of many blossom”. It is typically held together by a ribbon that can be held or hung. The design of the Pomander bouquet is pretty simple; all the flowers are the same size and overlap with each other. This bouquet is usually used for the flower girls or even as decor.
A lot of brides are using the Cascade bouquet in their more modern weddings. It could be referred to as the “shower bouquet” and gracefully spills over the brides hands for a more delicate and sophisticated look. The Cascade bouquet is rounder at the top and tapers in at the bottom by design. Princess Diana used the Cascade bouquet at her wedding, making it more common among brides at the time.