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This type of bouquet is so called due to the long-stemmed flowers that are designed to be cradled in the brides
arms. It was very popular at the turn of the twentieth century and has recently regained its popularity owing to
its chic appearance and the influence of period dramas such as Downtown Abbey. This type of bouquet can be
modest or elaborate. lt is a stunning alternative for a modern wedding. Most popular flowers to include are
long stemmed calla lilies, roses, orchids, gladiolus, delphiniums and larkspurs.
Cascading Shower Bouquet
Probably the most traditional style of all wedding bouquets and is the epitome of elegance and sophistication.
It features a 'waterfall' of flowers and is designed to gracefully flow downwards from the brides hands. This
type of bouquet makes a strong style statement, so make sure to keep your gown and other accessories
simple. Almost all types of flowers can be included to create a cascading bouquet and is often enhanced with
trailing ivy and foliage.
Hand Tied Bouquet
Having a freer nature than other styles, this bouquet can include a wide assortment of flowers and greenery.
As the name suggests, they are secured simply using ribbon, fabric, or twine whereas other bouquet styles
utilize wire to achieve a more precise look. Hand-tied bouquets have a more natural feel and are ideal for
bohemian or rustic weddings.
These are formed into perfect domes, often using a single type of flower like roses or peonies. Round
bouquets are also often created using just one colour, although they look just as beautiful featuring flowers in
a variety of colours.
A round bouquet is the most popular shape for weddings. It's a simple, yet elegant and traditional bouquet
shape and can be designed as either a tight cluster for density, or loosely for a more airy feel. This bouquet
type basically works for any type of dress or wedding.
A classic and popular choice for brides and bridesmaids. It's typically, small and round in shape and can easily
be carried in one hand. This type of bouquet can either be an informal, loose arrangement - perfect for a
vintage or country themed wedding - or more tightly constructed. lt can incorporate a wide range of flower
types and shapes that are rich in colour and interest.
Similar to posy bouquets, nosegays place more emphasis on greenery. They work well as bridesmaid bouquets,
due to their small, compact size. Also known as a tussle-mussie, it has been around since the Middle Ages.
Round-shaped and densely packed with flowers, this style of bridal bouquet traditionally features a handful of
central flowers, encircled by 'filler flowers' and then framed with fresh herbs or more often these days,
Pomander or Kissing Ball Bouquet
This bouquet is a perfectly round ball of flowers arranged in floral form with a ribbon handle at the top for
carrying or displaying. Can be used by the bride and bridesmaids and is commonly a popular choice for young
flower girls since they're easily held by little hands!.
The Biedermeier Bouquet
Similar to the Nosegay, the Biedermeier is a tightly wrapped bridal bouquet, arranged in a circular pattern with
different coloured flowers. Typically, each ring is made up of one distinct flower type, creating dramatic visual
impact, which has proved popular with brides who want to really make a statement on their big day.