A bou­quet for eve­ry bride

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The per­fect bou­quet is one that high­lights the bride’s at­tire wi­thout stea­ling the spot­light from her. Here are a few po­pu­lar bri­dal bou­quet styles to consi­der:

• Round. Ideal if you’re on the pe­tite side. Keep it simple, de­li­cate and short. As a ge­ne­ral rule, avoid dense fo­liage, cas­ca­ding bou­quets and long stems. That being said, lon­ger stems can be at­te­ring if you’re quite cur­vy.

• Cas­ca­ding. Per­fect for tall, thin brides. Choose a bou­quet with long stems and cas­ca­ding fo­liage to high­light your waist.

• White. Great if your dress is co­lour­ful; not so great if it’s white or off-white.

• Co­lour­ful. For ener­ge­tic brides who aren’t afraid to turn heads. If your dress is al­so co­lour­ful, make sure you show it to your orist to avoid un­for­tu­nate clashes.

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