Types of bridal bouquets

Bouquet made by hand

A posy, or hand-tied bouquet, is one of the most basic types of bridal bouquet. It’s a cluster of flowers with stems put together in an unstructured style and tied with a ribbon, as the name suggests. Hand-tied bouquets with only three or four long stemmed flowers are popular, with many brides opting for this style.

Bouquet of nosegays

A nosegay is a more structured bouquet made up of a small cluster of flowers that are all clipped to the same length. The stems are firmly wrapped in ribbon or lace, and the bouquet is frequently backed with stiff material to give it structure.

Bouquet Biedermeier

The Biedermeier bouquet is structured similarly to a nosegay and is called after a European style of home design. To create a dramatic impression, the flowers are arranged in tight concentric circles of contrasting coloured blossoms.

Bouquet of Pomander

The pomander is a spherical or ball of flowers supported by a loop of ribbon and is an uncommon choice for a bridal bouquet. Despite the fact that the pomander, also known as a kissing ball, can appear incredibly sweet and youthful on a bride, it is more commonly used for bridesmaids or flower girls.

Hundreds of separate petals are wired together on a single stem to create the appearance of one huge bloom in the composite flower arrangement. This is a pricey alternative, but it adds an attractive touch to your wedding attire.

Bouquet for the presentation

The presentation, or arm sheath bouquet, is a dramatic alternative to typical bouquet shapes for a glamorous bride. In the style of an actress being presented with flowers at the end of a show, the bride carries a bouquet of long-stemmed flowers such as calla lilies, delphiniums, or long-stemmed roses in her arms.

Bouquet of cascades

The cascade or shower bouquet is a classic and elegant bouquet style. The flowers are arranged to appear as if they are flowing down from the bride’s hands to her feet. The larger variants of this bouquet are known as teardrop or trail bouquets, and the smaller current counterparts are known as teardrop or trail bouquets.

Bouquet in a basket

The basket bouquet is a popular choice for outdoor or garden weddings, partly because of its rustic appeal, and partly because the flowers can be arranged in oasis inside the basket, allowing them to last longer than other bouquet forms. Basket bouquets are also popular among flower girls and young bridesmaids since they are more convenient to carry than hand-tied bouquets or nosegays.

Bouquet of tussy mussies

A tussy mussy bouquet is a nosegay-style bouquet carried in a miniature vase made of metal, porcelain, or any other material that matches your wedding colour scheme. A tiny chain is included with some tussy mussy flowers to make carrying them simpler. The vases make great thank you gifts for the bridesmaids, and this form of bouquet is easy to display during your reception.

Bouquet of fans

A fan bouquet, which comprises of a basic plastic fan entwined with flowers and leaves, is ideal for a retro wedding. This gives the bouquet a unique form that sets it apart from usual bridal bouquets.

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