One of the most important things to make sure of on your big wedding day is to have a floral arrangement that makes a lasting impression. Fortunately, with the many bridal bouquet styles and unique bridal bouquets readily available at florists and wedding planners, you can easily become the star of the show. Color is also very important, and if you don’t want to match the bridal bouquet to your dress, then there is the option of making it in a contrasting color such as pink, blue and red for white dresses.

The Composite-Flower Bouquet is a type of bridal bouquet that has its origins in the early 20th century. It was mostly used for brides who were rich or has a very large budget. This bouquet is quite similar to the round bouquet, and consists of many hundreds of real petals wired together to make it look like one giant flower. So basically it is a huge flower constructed manually by smaller flower petals. The beauty of this design lies in its elegance, gracefulness and simplicity and this usually works well in private and sophisticated gatherings. It is now being considered something along the lines of ‘high fashion’.

One of the downsides of this bridal bouquet style, however, is that it does take a lot of time. So if you are thinking about getting this style made for your wedding, make sure that you have it ordered well in advance of your wedding date so it will be ready in time. You can add touches of satin and organza ribbon to complete the look.

The Fan Bouquet is another type of bridal bouquet that has multiple flowers attached to a lacy plastic fan. This design became popular in the late eighties, and it is often finished off by using embellishments such as carnations, ribbon and baby’s breath. If you want to try out something different, then this is the bridal bouquet to go for. It is perfect for vintage style and old fashion themes since it is reminiscent of the Victorian Era, and it also works out great in Asian-inspired weddings.

The Crescent Bouquet is a design in which the flowers are arranged in such a way that give the appearance of an early moon, or a soft arch, much like a scimitar. The flowers that are chosen for this purpose are usually ones that have definite shapes, such as wild orchids. The flowers are tapered and e extended at each end so this style makes a thin handle at the end, it is quite easy to manage and can be held with only one hand. The center is in comparison more compact. There is also the option of having it constructed in a symmetric or unsymmetrical way. This style is considered artsy and a representation of the vibrant or creative personality of the bride. It works out best when paired with a contemporary themed wedding. One tip when holding this bridal bouquet is to carry it beneath the waist, where the visibility is best and everyone can see its unique beauty.

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