For a bride, the bouquet is one of the most important design elements of the entire wedding. She will have it with her for much of the day and it will appear in many of the photos. Whether you have settled on a wedding date or are still whittling down which time of year is best, seeing which types of florals are readily available and in bloom may be helpful. You’ll be happy to know that there are a number of bridal bouquets fit for weddings of any season. Take a look at the following suggestions to get a better idea.
Whether you envision a winter wonderland or a crisp, clean summertime soirée, an all-white bouquet is a classic choice for the bride. No matter what theme or color palette you pursue, this arrangement style will undoubtedly always complement your gown and décor aesthetic. You can even choose off-white blooms or shades of vanilla, which will also result in a timeless look.
Photo by Amy & Stuart Photography; Floral Design by The Hidden Garden
What’s more amorous than a bride clutching a bundle of fresh red roses? Not only are roses in bloom throughout the year, but they are synonymous with love and romance. Plus, there are so many gorgeous tints of red, crimson, scarlet, and more, that there is much to choose from.
Photo by John Solano Photography; Floral Design by The Hidden Garden
White Bouquet with Greenery
From eucalyptus to baby’s breath, fresh verdure livens any bouquet and creates a more organic feel. This style is an especially perfect arrangement for celebrations in a garden or forest, at a ranch, or even a vineyard.
Photo by D2 Photography; Planning & Design by Andrea Eppolito Events
A Pop of Color
Bright and dark colors look gorgeous with white blooms. The contrast is a stunning touch for any floral creation, and you can always opt for a pop of any hue you wish.
While one would assume that blush and peach are not typically considered fall or winter hues, they often appear in weddings during those seasons. The color combination adds a touch of elegance to your bridal ensemble.
Photo by Duke Photography; Planning & Design by Tessa Lyn Events