Here are some of the different types of bouquet styles:
Arm Sheath Bouquet
This style is designed to rest on the bride's forearm. Traditionally, this style includes long-stemmed flowers, such as irises, sunflowers, or calla lilies. This style of bouquet is great for many reasons. They can be kept fresh in a vase prior to the ceremony and are generally budget-friendly because it doesn't require a large number of flowers. These bouquets look great with a streamlined or simple A-line wedding dresses.
Composite BouquetThis bouquet is constructed of hundreds of petals wired together to look like one enormous flower. It's simplistic in design, but graceful and elegant. This style is dramatic and distinctive and works well with silk flowers for those who wish to preserve their bouquet for years to come. The Composite bouquet looks best with an elegant and simple dress, and is the perfect choice for a vintage style.
Biedermeier BouquetThe Biedermeier bouquet consists of a dense cluster of blooms carefully arranged in circular patterns of different colored flowers. Each of these rings contain a single type of flower. The great thing about this style is that due to the tight structure in which they are created, they're generally pretty resilient bouquets and less likely to lose shape. This is a good choice for formal ceremonies, and make for easy photography since they look great from any angle.
With this helpful list from South Florida's most trusted bridal salon, you'll be on your way to selecting the perfect bouquet to complement your dream wedding dress. Weddings aren’t just regular dates. They are special and you want to make sure that every second you spend on getting everything for that date is done right. If you haven't yet picked out your dress, or your bridal party's attire, you're in good hands with the best bridal consultants in Florida. Our bridal consultants are trained to listen to you and understand your needs.
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