PICK OF THE BUNCH
The endless list of flowers you can choose from aside, what about the different bouquets? Here’s a quick rundown:
CASCADE HAND-TIED POSY ROUND PAGEANT
These bouquets are small and dainty enough to be held in one hand. A great option for brides who want to trim some dollars from their budget or who simply want their wedding gown to take centre stage. Also known as the arm sheaf, the pageant bouquet generally consists of flowers and greenery with long, slender stems to rest in the crook of your arm. It’s another option for brides who are looking to wow. The most traditional and classic shape to choose from, a round bouquet usually consists of just one or two pretty and wideblooming flowers such as peonies or roses, which are then tightly packed together. If you want to make a statement, you can’t look past an overflowing cascade bouquet. This bouquet is arranged as a pretty bunch at the top, with loose greenery and flowers flowing dramatically towards the floor. Perhaps one of the most popular bouquet styles right now, a hand-tied bouquet is arranged loosely to look natural and unstructured, styled to look as if the blooms have just been gathered from a nearby field.