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Below are some collected bridal bouquets pictures, represent  different shape and style of bridal bouquets. 

Different Styles Of  Bridal Bouquets

Traditionally, brides and bridesmaids carry bouquets in the wedding ceremony. There are several different styles of hand bouquets are:


Arm Bouquet: Arm bouquets feature a gathering of long-stemmed flowers that rest naturally across the inner bend of the elbow. A ribbon or bow is generally used to keep the bouquet together. Popular floral choices for arm bouquets are calla lilies, gladiolus, orchids, long-stemmed roses, delphiniums, and larkspur.


Round Bouquet
Simple, elegant, traditional bouquet that is suitable for every weddings. Sometimes called a "colonial bouquet," this type of bouquet does not have to be perfectly round in shape and can be designed as a tight cluster for a denser look or loosely arranged for an "airy" feel.
Popular floral choices for round bouquets are roses and gerberas.

Nosegay Bouquet: A small, round-shaped, cluster of flowers often not as dense as a traditional round bouquets,  their stems typically tightly wrapped with ribbon and tied. This simple, elegant style has been especially popular with brides in the last five years. Best suited for compact, uniform blossoms like roses and calla lilies. 


Hand-Tied: Hand tied bouquets are generally round in shape. This type of bouquet consists of a simple gathering of flowers, which is bound and tied with ribbon with stems left exposed. Hand tied bouquets are very popular with modern brides. 


Cascade Bouquet: A bouquet of flowers and greenery that flows down from the holder, full at the top, dropping into tendrils of flowers. this sophisticated and elongated style features fullness and an abundance of blossoms at the top of the bouquet then tapers downwards with flowing foliage, floral streamers, or ribbons at the bottom. This bouquet can be designed very dense with flowers and foliage or can be more loosely arranged for an "airy" or "wispy" look. This style was extremely popular in the 1980s (Lady Diana carried a cascade bouquet). Though considered less fashionable now, this lavish, dramatic look is still favored by many brides.   


Crescent Bouquet: A dramatic bouquet of arching flowers and foliage that extend from the center of the bouquet and can be designed to project a traditional or contemporary look. Flowers can arch from either left to right or right to left depending on preference. There are two types of crescent bouquets, symmetrical and asymmetrical. A symmetrical crescent features a balanced look with arched blossoms and foliage of the same length on both sides. An asymmetrical crescent features arched blossoms and foliage of different lengths so that one side of the bouquet is longer than the other.


Heart Bouquet: A romantic, alternative shape bouquet featuring two full arched shapes at the top while tapering down to a point at the bottom of the bouquet. Typically the traditional shape, often seen at Valentine's Day, symbolizing love and romance.


Throw Bouquet: Tossing of the bridal bouquet is a custom which has its roots in England. It was believed that the bride could pass along good fortune to others. In an attempt to get away, the bride would toss her bouquet into the crowd. Tradition says that the single women who catches the bouquet is the one who receives the bride's fortune and will marry next.

Freeform / Contemporary Bouquet: As the name implies, this style bouquet often has flowers or greenery coming out at various angles with no specific, recognizable shape. Freeform and contemporary bouquets are most often designed with tropical flowers and foliage that have unique shapes.

Pomander Bouquet: A ball of blossoms (created by inserting the stems into a globe-shaped base) that is suspended from a looped ribbon. The ribbon can be held in the hand or slipped over the wrist. This terrific "antique" look is a particularly elegant choice if you plan to wear gloves.

Composite: This unusual look is achieved by "creating" a flower that doesn't exist in nature out of pieces of other flowers. Flower petals and/or pieces of greenery can be wired or glued together, one inside another, to create a single giant composite blossom. Note: not every florist is experienced in creating the composite bouquet, so if you opt for this style, you may have to search a bit to find someone who can competently execute the design.

Single Stem Bouquet
While not technically a bouquet, single stem arrangements have gained in popularity over recent years, as simplicity has become the trend. Single stem designs generally feature a unique design element, such as an intricately wrapped stem (for a long-stemmed flower), elaborate bow, streamers, or a decorative lace bloom collar (for a shorter stemmed flower) to give the design more interest and appeal.

Stemless Bouquet: Created without the natural flower stems. Thinly ribbon wrapped wire is used to create this effect.

Basket Bouquet: 
Flowers arranged and carried in a shallow basket and often used in a garden or garden-like wedding setting. Most often carried by young attendants (flower girls and junior bridesmaids).

Silk Flowers Bouquet
Other flowers include silk wedding bouquet...

 

You may want to read our resources about How to make a handtied bridal bouquet.

 

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