A wedding is a woman’s most important day in her life, and we have to do everything in our power to make it the most memorable. A few things come to mind when talking about wedding accessories such us heels, earrings, necklace, even some prefer halos and tiaras, but one of the most iconic wedding accessories is the bridal bouquet. Some would even go as far to say that the bridal bouquet is the most important, as well as an iconic, accessory of the bride. It speaks volumes about both you and your wedding.
So for those reasons, we are going to tell you how to choose the perfect wedding bouquet.
1. Use Your Wedding Dress as Your Go-To Guide
There are so many flowers that can make the perfect bouquet, but they need to be compatible with your dress. Your bridal bouquet needs to go hand in hand (literally) with your wedding dress, it needs to draw attention, and it needs to further enhance your magical look for that night. Choose the bouquet depending on the type of wedding dress. For example, if you’re going to be wearing an embroidered wedding gown, then consider choosing a bridal bouquet made out of hydrangeas, roses, dahlias, and gardenias – all gathered in different shades of red, pink, and white. If you’re going to be wearing something simple as your wedding dress, then you need to make it up by selecting large flowers such as succulents, orchids, and most importantly, roses.
2. Coordinate Your Bouquet With the Bridesmaids
Both your wedding bouquet and those of the bridesmaids need to be similar in order to create a harmonious look. For this, you can create your bouquet from all the combinations of flowers that the bridesmaids’ will have. If your bridesmaids’ bouquets are made out of roses, lilies, and dahlias, then consider making a combination out of all of those flowers. The options are endless just make sure your bouquet stands out from the rest.
3. Revolve Around a Theme
If you are planning a theme for your wedding, then it will be crucial your bouquet matches the theme itself. This can be done by selecting flowers that will match the color schemes of the theme. Take into consideration the decorations for your wedding. Your bouquet needs to compliment you and your wedding, and not act as a standalone feature.
4. Choose Seasonal Flowers for Your Bouquet
This one is pretty straightforward as some flowers might not be available at the time of your wedding. That’s why we recommend you to choose flowers that will be available for your wedding. You can create a sense of attractiveness by selecting seasonal blooms for your wedding bouquet.
5. Make Sure to Choose a Comfortable Bouquet
As we said, weddings are special, and you need to feel comfortable throughout the night. That’s why you need to select a bouquet that will feel comfortable while holding it. You can try to see if the bouquet is right for you if you do a test hold. Hold it in one of your hands and see if it feels right. It’s imperative that you be on your comfortable side, after all, no one wants to remember their night feeling uncomfortable.