Ideas & Advice
Whether pastel or filled with rich, dramatic hues, here, exuberant, lush clutches we can't get enough of!
Photo: @plentyofpetals Update the regular pastel bouquet with more fillers, and shaped in a carefree clutch like this. Photo: @aubrianak A stand-out bloom (the large peach peony in this case) anchors the bouquet, while squiggly fillers add a certain insouciance to it. Photo: @everlyalaineflorals Skip the classics and opt for one that looks like it's just been plucked and put together beautifully just before the ceremony. Photo: @soilandstem Mix lush blooms with long-stemmed fillers to create texture in your bouquet. Also love how the details in the roses show up so clearly here! Photo: @stylemepretty Flowers: @bowsandarrowsflowers Even if you're having a monochromatic bouquet, add texture by having a stand-out bloom, and smaller ones around it. Photo: @amyosabaevents Berries, roses, buttercup flowers, as well as a myriad of stunning blooms make this bouquet one to remember. Photo: @silohfloral A combination of lilac, blush pink and cream will always remain a timeless classic. Photo: @carlakayes If you're a petite bride, but still want the lush, horizontal look, have your florist come up with one of a smaller scale. This one, comprising dahlias and peonies doesn't stint on style and impact. Photo: @forageandfleur One of the reasons why we wish we've got four seasons at times: these fall blossoms are utterly delicious! Photo: @tingefloral An all-white bouquet doesn't have to be boring, as this design proves. See 5 tips for an elegant white wedding. Photo: @apothecaflowers Add drama to your look with a sumptuous bouquet with various shades of pink, peach, red and deep red.