June 4th, 2020

A wedding bouquet for every bride

Each wedding is different and special for some reason, but there is one element that will never be the same to another: the bride’s bouquet. It is probably the most symbolic and personal detail for the bride, after the dress, and this is why in this occasion I have tried to look for interesting and varied options, so that, whichever is your style, you can find some inspiration.


XL bouquets

Messy and extra big bouquets are more popular day by day. Maybe they are not the most comfortable ones to carry, but we have to admit they capture everyone’s attention.

Via Green Wedding Shoes


Wild bouquets

For natural brides who don’t want a formal shape, a wild bouquet is the perfect solution. I find them especially inspiring when combined with a very airy dress, as both elements will project the same light feeling.  

Via Once Wed


With pampas grass

We are used to see this peculiar grass that looks like a feather duster in boho weddings. But now they are more and more used in formal designs, and we totally understand why, as they are cheerful, dynamic and give volume to bouquets as well as any other decoration where they are included.

Via The Evoke Company


Romantic bouquets

There will always be room for romantic bouquets. If we use various types of flowers with different shades, volumes and textures, we will achieve a totally updated and original aspect.

Via The Experialist


All-white bouquets

Who says white is boring? If you choose lush flowers and you avoid “too perfect” shapes, the result will be stunning, elegant and timeless. Specially recommended for intricate dresses, as it will balance the whole look.

Via The Lane


Dried flowers bouquets

Without a doubt, the breakout in bouquets lately has been dried flowers, because they give a modern and alternative look to any kind of floral arrangement and they can be kept for long. If you want to give a more classical touch to it, using a single colour can be a good option.

Via Style Me Pretty


Ikebana inspired bouquets

If you are a lover of Japanese minimal floral arrangements or the Japandi décor trend, this can be reflected in your bouquet too! Use branches, small flowers mixed with bigger ones and clear lines.

Via The Experialist

As said before, there is a bouquet for every bride.  And I am sure you will find yours!

See you soon!

The Experialist


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