A Bridal Bouquet Looks Pretty during Your Wedding Ceremony

The bridal bouquet is an essential complement for the bride on her wedding day. When choosing it, we have many options that offer us the opportunity to be creative and create something unique. When I help to organize a wedding ceremony, I advise the bride, with the help of the florist, to choose the field that best fits your body, clothing and style of the wedding. But what makes a perfect bridal bouquet, and how should you go about choosing the perfect bouquet for your wedding?. Because, Your bridal bouquet is a once in a lifetime accessory so you have to make the right choice.


1) Try to choose your wedding dress before your flowers

When you meet your florist for a consultation, remember to bring a picture of your dress. The final design and floral components of your bouquet will depend on the style, color, and cut of your wedding dress. There are 3 chosen what do you want for your bouquet when wearing 3 types of wedding dress :

Ball gowns – The bigger the dress the bigger the bouquet. Make sure it’s not too small that it gets lost in all that fabric. Round Posies are traditionally suited to the ball gown as well as Teardrops.

Slim silhouette – Sheaths are great to compliment the light and airy feel of the dress, long stems, simple bunches and small posies also work with this style of dress.


Embellished dresses – If your dress is busy with lots of embellishments keep to a simple bouquet so as not to detract from the detail of the dress.

2. Bouquet Shapes

The aim is to create a well balanced overall look so you need to keep your size and shape in mind when choosing your bouquet.

Don't choose a trailing posy if the component point of your dress is on the skirt, if  you have a long prepare or clamor at the back of your dress you may need to adjust the look with a more sensational bunch. Don't hide your waist as this is prone to be your tightest part, so verify the bundle is much smaller than your waist.

3. Choose a comfortable bouquet



Also remember that your bouquet needs to be really comfortable to hold so don’t opt for anything that is going to be awkward to carry and make you hunch your shoulders or stand lop sided.  Hold your bouquet in one hand and below your hip, slightly away from your dress, so that you can see the silhouette of your dress. This will relax and open your shoulders, improving your posture and creating the best pose for your photographer!


4. Keep a Wedding Bouquet Fresh

To ensure your wedding flowers aren't already on their way downhill when your ceremony kicks off, ask your florist to hold off on the flower delivery until the last possible minute. Or if your wedding bouquet was arranged by a florist, you can keep them in a cool place before the wedding or during the day before the reception. If you have a hand tied bouquet, you are likely to be able to refresh it until overnight by cutting an inch of the stems and popping it into water.

If you have a hand tied bouquet, you are likely to be able to refresh it at the end of the day by cutting an inch of the stems and popping it into water. Perhaps a job for your mum or friend.

With good inspiration and proper planning, the flowers you carry on your wedding day are sure to be as breathtaking as the ones blossoming in your imagination. Choosing the perfect bridal bouquet is not necessarily difficult, but it does take time. The perfect bridal bouquet is an important part of every bride’s wedding ensemble.

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