Bridal Bouquets are just as trendy as all the other elements of a wedding. Gone are the days when a bridal bouquet was a round bunch of roses! Pretty Clever Bride is here to help you stay on trend!
Yep, feathers are in for bridal bouquets! You’ve probably noticed a lot of feather hair accessories for brides, but now you can bring flamboyant and dramatic feathers to your bouquet as well. The most awesome part about feather bouquets is that you can DIY them so they are uniquely you! Scour craft stores, antique markets and textile shops to find trappings for your bouquet.
4. Eye -Catching Stunners
It’s your special day and all eyes will be one you. There’s no reason your bouquet should not be a stunning eye-grabber! To make sure you remain the focus of everyone’s gaze, try holding onto a large, vibrant bouquet. You’ll want to use bold colors and flowers flowers that aren’t used anywhere else in your décor scheme. If you’re using roses in the decor, go with hydrangeas. If you’re using pinks in your decor, choose a coordinating color for your bouquet like bright citrus.
3. Au Naturel
No I’m not suggesting you walk down the aisle buck naked! But your bouquet can be au naturel. Like the opposite of trend number 3, many brides are choosing to go for sweet and simple when it come’s to bridal bouquets. This trends works best with the homier sort of flowers – sunflowers, daisies, maybe even tulips. But note, this trend only works if your whole wedding is a scaled back affair, with a simple venue and a simple gown.
We all know it’s true – brides like sparkly things. On what other day with it be socially acceptable for you to wear a tiara? If you’re a bride who’s going for the bling, you might want to considered a bejeweled bouquet. Pick up the sparkle in your rhinestone accessories or the sparkle in your dress by bedazzling your bouquet. Just remember… a little bit of sparkle goes a very long way, so don’t over do it!
1. No Muss, No Fuss Bridal Bouquets
More isn’t always better, and so I bring you to my personal favorite bridal bouquet trend – simple and elegant. If you’re wearing a classic sheath dress, or your having a small, wedding, this is the way to go. It’s also great for very petite brides who can look overwhelmed by elaborate bridal bouquets. And the no muss, no fuss bouquet is a great way to high the natural beauty of a flower, like the stunning calla lily.
You may also want to check out The Ultimate Guide to Bridal Bouquet Types
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