Ideas & Advice
From freewheeling bouquets to brilliant blooms, here's how you can pair your bridal clutch with your gown.
Your gown style: Feminine and fun with a dash of whimsical charm. The bouquet: A burst of bright cheery hues instantly gives your ensemble a dose of playfulness. Bright orange anemones like these might prove difficult to get in Singapore, but you can also try alternatives like Gerbera daisies, roses, ranunculuses and alstroemeria for that vivid pop of colour. See also: 11 OF THE PRETTIEST PASTEL BOUQUETS FROM OUR BRIDES Image: @lelarose/Instagram/ Bouquet photo: Lofgrens Blommor (Yuling's wedding) Your gown style: A sultry mermaid with skin-baring details and curve-hugging, flowing fabric that will get heads turning. The bouquet: Deep red is such a glamorous and sensual hue. For extra wow, go with a red lippie to match your bouquet! Image: Her World Brides/ @insidetheknot/Instagram Your gown style: A classic A-line gown with a sweetheart neckline - with an architectural twist. The bouquet: Like calla lilies, phalaenopsis orchids exude both elegance and modernity. If you're going for a modern take a classic bridal look, an all-white clutch of orchids would suit you perfectly. See also: SEXY TO PRINCESS: 16 STRAPLESS GOWNS EVERY MODERN BRIDE WILL LOVE Image: Her World Brides/ @witheverybloom/Instagram Your gown style: Feminine and lighthearted with a touch of sophistication The bouquet: And if yours is a casual, informal setting, let your bouquet reflect the mood with a loose, freewheeling shape. Your gown style: You're taking the cool, minimalist approach with interesting detailing and a streamlined silhouette. The bouquet: When it comes to elegant, modern wedding flowers, the calla lily is a no-brainer, really. Its structural shape lends a contemporary yet elegant charm, while the artfully woven lily grass give it a visually interesting effect. Image: @lelarose/Instagram/ @whimandprayer/Instagram Your gown style: A classic A-line or ballgown with gossamer layers and delicate lace The bouquet: Soft petalled blooms like spray roses, sweet peas, peonies, and ranunculuses in varying pastel hues of pinks, blush and peach evoke romance to go with a feminine gown, especially it's in a charming blush hue like this Rico-A-Mona number. Images: @floralmagic_/Instagram/ @ricoamona/Instagram Your gown style: With a sexy off-shoulder neckline and billowy skirt, this stunner is part garden romance and part boho chic. The bouquet: The carefree, freewheeling shape of a horizontal bouquet with lots of fillers is just right to go with a boho-esque look. A white and green bouquet looks fresh and crisp , or you can go for pastels for a dreamier look. Images: Her World Brides