There are so many styles of bride and bridesmaid bouquets to choose from for your wedding. One of the first things to look at may be the style of the bouquet, the bouquet style can will then lead into what type of flowers will be best for that shape and design of bouquet.

Wedding Bouquet types

The most popular wedding bouquet designs are;

The Wedding Posy

wedding posyA small rounded bouquet easily held in one hand, the arrangement is either hand tied by ribbon or structured and wired together for a neat finish.  Snakes head fritillary look stunning in a spring posy their unusually colour and patterns look effortlessly beautiful loosely hand tied with ribbon.

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The Arm Bouquet

arm bouquetThe Arm Bouquet has been popular since the 1900’s and its beautiful simplicity can be a perfect bouquet style in modern and traditional weddings.

Long stems of orchids, dahlia and alliums make stylish and tasteful arm bouquets with a very sophisticated and elegant twist.

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Cascading Bouquet

Cascading Bouquet

The most traditional of all bouquets its designed to spill gracefully over the brides hands into a delicate trail of flowing flowers for a very classy wedding.

Almost all flowers can be used in a cascading bouquet.

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Pomander Bouquet

pomander wedding bouquetsBalls of delicate flowers suspended from a decorative ribbon pomander bouquets look beautiful and petite often carried by flower girls and young bridesmaids. Anemone are very delicate and pretty flowers that work wonderfully in pomander balls they are very pretty spring flowers that would suit the role of flower girls and bridesmaids perfectly.

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Fan Bouquet

Fan Wedding BouquetsFan Bouquets were made popular in the 1980’s they are made up of a beautiful row of flowers attached onto or inside a fan. Simple yet elegant and a little different to traditional bouquets. Embellish with ribbon, beads, pearls and the delicate flower baby’s breath they make perfect bouquets for brides who want to be a little different.

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The Ballerina Wedding Bouquet

ballerina wedding bouquets

A small rounded bouquet easily held in one hand that’s either hand tied by ribbon or structured and wired together.

Snakes head fritillary look stunning in a spring posy their unusual colour and patterns look effortlessly beautiful loosely hand tied with ribbon.

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The Tussy Mussy

tussy mussyTussy mussy’s are small hand held wedding vases to carry the bridal bouquet in. These beautiful and unique vases first appeared in France and can be made from silver, gold, pewter, brass, glass and even crystal. To add your own touch to tussy mussy’s you can tie ribbon and lace around them or even use them as elegant centrepieces at your reception.

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