7 Different types of wedding bouquets

7 Different types of wedding bouquets

The wedding bouquet is one of the most important elements on the big day. As a bride makes her way down the aisle, she holds a bouquet of flowers. It’s a pretty embellishment that completes the bride’s look. Take a look at a few of the different types of wedding bouquets:

Nosegay

A small flower bouquet that features tightly packed flowers of the same length.

Hand-tied

The most popular choice among brides, the hand-tied bouquet is a simple and elegant choice. It consists of a bunch of flowers tied with a ribbon or florist wire.

 

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Biedermeier

The biedermeier is similar to the nosegay bouquet. However, the biedermeier is tightly arranged to form a circle. It usually features a contrast of colour for a dramatic flare.

 

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Cascade

If you’re looking for a statement, opt for the cascade bouquet. This flowing flower arrangement is a classic and can be customised according to size preference.

Composite

The composite bouquet is very detailed bouquet and is made up of hundreds of single petals that have been tied together on a single stem. It gives the illusion of it being one flower.

 

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Pomander

This bouquet forms a ball shape of flowers. It is usually carried with a ribbon or rope loop.

 

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Single Stem

A single flower is held by the bride. This is a simple and classic look, especially if the flower is quite unique.

 

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