Updated: Oct 2
For those of you who have a heart filled with wanderlust and a love for all things natural, an outdoor wedding is something that you probably desire. From the venue to the dress, everything is chosen to bring out your unique and carefree style. The jewel in the crown of any gorgeous wedding is the bridal bouquet, which is created to be unique and beautiful. If you are someone who has been thinking of planning a lovely wedding, then we hope you find this blog helpful in choosing one of the most important elements of your wedding- the wedding bouquet!
1. The Wild and Free Style
Photo credit: Melody Sherman
Embracing the beauty of wildflowers, an all natural freshly picked bouquet stands out with its pastoral beauty. You may opt for the traditional round shape, but the flowers should be unique and preferably handpicked. Profuse arrays of colors in the form of roses, daisies, lilies or peonies, paired with sprigs of fern or eucalyptus, give the bouquet a world of softness.
2. The Romantic Garden Style
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Blended with subtle shades of coffee, white, and pink, a romantic garden bouquet has an ethereal feel to it. Greenery is essential and helps to soften the flowers. This bouquet is designed to look like a freshly-taken bundle of flowers straight out of the garden. You can opt for peonies, roses or ranunculus, and cool sprays of lavender and lilac to complete the look.
3. The Dried Style
Dried bouquets have been all the rage lately, with a lot of brides embracing the natural and sustainable way of decorating their weddings. Choose dried florals like baby’s breath, dried thistles, pampas grass, craspedia, and wheat, and paired with foliage like the eucalyptus, and you'll have your dream boho wedding bouquet.
4. The Bright and Bold Style
photo: Gracie Wann
When styled together, bright and bold colors can add a pop of excitement and fun to the wedding day. The bouquet is designed with oversized flowers, like dahlias or peonies, paired with dark green lush leaves like the English ivy. Add your favorite pops of color such as terra-cotta, peach, or burgundy and complete the bohemian look.
5. The Bohemian Classic and Twist Style:
This bouquet style is designed to be a twist on the classic, with the arrangements typically in neutral or muted colors. The twist comes with varying textures and shapes of the blooms used. Opt for ranunculuses, garden roses, fuzzy soft textures or eucalyptus, and add surprise details, like a rich velvet ribbon to create a modern bohemian look while still feeling unique.
We hope that by now, you have gotten a clearer idea of the different wedding bouquets we have in mind this fall and which style suits you best. Remember, with all the different flower combinations and styles, no two bouquets are ever the same. Embrace the imperfections and create something unique that suits you perfectly. With wild, organic, and natural touches, you will definitely get the lovely vibe you have always wanted. We wish you all the best as you create your dream wedding bouquet!