A bridal bouquet is a work of art, and we believe it deserves to be treated as such! That’s why we’ve asked a few of our favorite floral designers to give us the inside scoop on some of their most breathtaking blooming arrangements. In the latest issue of our e-magazine, we take a close look at the individual ingredients within and inspiration behind four lush, unique bouquets. Don’t miss this pretty spring treat!
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Photo by Natalie Franke Photography
Overwhelmed by all the different types of floral arrangements you need to incorporate into your wedding decor? Planning everything from wearable blooms like corsages and boutonnieres to ceremony accents like aisle markers and arches to extra embellishments like garlands and tie-backs can be quite the daunting task. Get organized with our flower arrangements glossary, which covers every floral display you could possibly need for your big day. It’s a great resource to help kickstart your floral plan!
Photo by Keepsake Memories Photography
Calla lilies are a popular wedding flower for fall and winter weddings, and for good reason. These flowers come in a variety of colors (including deep, almost-black burgundy, orange, lavender, and – our favorite – cream with a purple center), and create a chic and elegant look. From bouquets to centerpieces to boutonnieres, calla lilies can be used in a variety of arrangements throughout your wedding day. Check out these 20 pretty designs featuring calla lilies in our gallery here.
Photo: Yellow Photography
Have you ever heard of incorporating accents such as scabiosa pods, poppy pods, lotus pods, fiddlehead fern curls, silver brunia balls, or air plants? We didn’t, but our Flowers Editor sure did. Each and every one adds volume, texture, and a little extra character to your floral arrangements. See more photos in WeddingWire’s FallBook 2014 here.
Photo: EE Photography
Not sure which bridal bouquet suits you best? Our Flowers Editor can name seven tried-and-true styles that can be seen time and time again — posy (smaller, petite option that’s easier to hold), nosegay (arranged into a dense, dome shape because stems are cut to the same length), hand-tied (gives off a more “just-picked” vibe), pageant (meant to rest on one arm), composite (imagine a single, oversized bloom), biedermeier (comprised of concentric rings) , and cascading (creates a waterfall effect).