By Yvette Sims. Artificial Flower. Published at Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 - 16:24:28 PM.
Most bridal bouquets are made to order. Wedding event consultants and florists work hand-in-hand with a bride and her family to create the exact bouquet design as desired. Choosing a reputed florist and discussing the needs at least 6 months in advance will help in avoiding last minute pressures, and help ensure the design is correct.
A wide range of bridal bouquets is available. A cascading wedding bouquet is an arrangement wherein the flowers drop downward. Bridal arm bouquet designs are to be cradled in one arm, enabling free movement of the brides other arm to hold on to her escort. Hand-tied bouquets are a simple collection of long stems, tied with a ribbon. Nosegay bridal bouquets sport a round cluster of small flowers. Spray bouquets designs contain a triangular shaped cluster of flowers and a Pomander bridal bouquet comprises of a collection of flowers hanging from the wrist by decorative ribbons. All of these are considered traditional, elegant choices that suit just about any bride or wedding.
Bouquets may convey a just-picked-from-the-garden look or a formal look. Its important to achieve a good balance between the bridal gown and bouquet. At times, bouquets with a fresh-picked look may look out of place in combination with an extremely formal gown. It is also important that the bouquet size should complement the personality of the bride. A very large bouquet can sometimes overshadow the brides presence and the grace and style of the bridal gown.
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