Choosing The Perfect Bridal Bouquet

Stood in a florist confused by the options, what shape, what style, what flowers? Choosing your bridal bouquet should complement your wedding theme, reflect your style and taste and match your wedding design. Take a look at our simple guide to the different bouquet styles.

The Posy

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the-posy

The posy is small and round and easily held in one hand. There are two styles of posy bouquets, one can be loose, hand tied and unstructured, the other formal and wired format.

The Sheaf Bouquet

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the-sheaf

Sheaf bouquets are long stemmed flowers and foliages that the bride carries cradled in her arm. Often long stems are used to create a long, natural type of bouquet.

The Biedermeier Bouquet

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the-biedermeier

Each of the flower types are tightly-structured and carefully arranged in defined circular patterns of different colours, each ring containing one type of flower.

The Composite- Flower Bouquet

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the-composite

The composite is a group of flowers and petals arranged together to look like one enormous flower. This style is simplistic in design, but graceful and elegant.

The Crescent Bouquet

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the-cresent

The crescent bouquet appears in the shape of a quarter moon, a soft arch, using distinguished flowers with definite shapes, often orchids, wired together to form a slender handle.

Shower or Cascading Bouquet

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the-shower

Also known as teardrop the shower or cascading bouquet is a traditional formal designed to spill downwards over a brides dress.

The Wreath Bouquet

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the-wreath

The composite is a group of flowers and petals arranged together to look like one enormous flower. This style is simplistic in design, but graceful and elegant.