Top 10 Most Popular Wedding Bouquet Designs

Just like a wedding dress, wedding flowers have a significant impact on the overall mood and style of the wedding. There is no limit to what can be done with these Wedding bouquets because flowers come in all shapes, sizes, and colours. If you don't have any idea what type of floral arrangement you should have on your dream wedding, here's an ultimate guide to help you out.

If you don't have any idea what type of floral arrangement you should have on your dream wedding, here's an ultimate guide to help you out:

1. Biedermeier Wedding Bouquet

Biedermeier Wedding Bouquet

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Flowers from the same variety (or different varieties but the same colour) are clustered together in rings that encircle the bouquet, creating a striped effect. Brightly coloured flowers, such as fuchsia roses, purple calla lilies, and pink ranunculus, work best. The Biedermeier bouquet is a less common design type, but it's an excellent choice if you want something truly unique.

2. Cascade Wedding Bouquet

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This bouquet is a waterfall-like "spill" of blooms and greenery held together by a handheld base (think of an upside-down teardrop shape). Cascade bouquets are large and can vary in length, with foliage and flowers reaching halfway down the front of your wedding gown or almost touching the floor.

3. Composite Wedding Bouquet

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A composite bouquet is made up of individual petals plucked from multiple flowers to create the illusion of an oversized bloom on a single stem. The petals are glued or wired together to form a finished product known as a "glamelia," which resembles a larger version of the flower from which the petals were taken. It's a very artistic wedding bouquet style that's ideal if you want to create an arrangement that your guests will remember.

4. Freeform Wedding Bouquet

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A freeform bouquet is an oversized arrangement with an asymmetrical shape that is ideal for fans of modern, contemporary floral design. These bouquet styles frequently incorporate unexpected elements, such as dried grasses and branches, to complement the fresh flowers. Traditional wedding flowers like phalaenopsis orchids, roses, and Amaranthus are paired with pampas grass, bleached Ruscus, and dried palm leaves in this freeform bouquet.

5. Hand-Tied Wedding Bouquet

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The hand-tied arrangement, also known as a garden wedding bouquet, has become one of the most popular bridal bouquet styles in recent years, and it's a go-to for couples and wedding florists who prefer natural, loose designs. This floral arrangement emphasizes the use of blooms and greenery with varying stem lengths to create a slightly asymmetrical and lush bouquet as if the flowers were just picked from the garden.

6. Nosegay Wedding Bouquet

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The nosegay bouquet is a small, rounded cluster of flowers cut to the same length. Nosegay stems are wrapped tightly with ribbon or other fabric for a polished effect and are usually made with one dominant flower or colour (with minimal to no greenery).

7. Pomander Wedding Bouquet

Pomander Wedding Bouquet(Photo courtesy from Pinterest)

This flower arrangement is reminiscent of a bloom-covered ball suspended from a ribbon. Pomander bouquets are easy to carry because of the handy loop at the top, making them an excellent choice for young wedding attendants such as flower girls. They can also be hung from shepherd's hooks, chair backs, or pews, making them a popular choice for aisle markers and other wedding decors.

8. Posy Wedding Bouquet

Posy Wedding Bouquet(Photo courtesy from Pinterest)

These small wedding bouquets can be easily held in one hand, which is not always the case with larger, heavier bouquets, such as cascade and hand-tied arrangements. While posy bouquets are similar in size to nosegays, they are more loosely designed with greenery and a less-rounded shape. Posies are a popular choice for bridesmaid bouquets due to their smaller size. They're also ideal for showing off your wedding day look because the petite arrangement won't obscure your gown.

9. Presentation Wedding Bouquet

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This wedding bouquet style is also known as an arm sheaf or pageant bouquet because it is carried on one arm (like a pageant queen) rather than by hand. Presentation bouquets are typically large arrangements made up of long-stemmed flowers such as roses, calla lilies, delphinium, foxgloves, and tree blossoms.

10. Round Wedding Bouquet

Round Wedding Bouquet(Photo courtesy from Pinterest)

The round bouquet, one of the most traditional, is popular for classic and formal wedding styles. When viewed from the side and above, its rounded shape should be perfectly symmetrical, with all of the flowers at an even height. Finally, the bouquet stems are wrapped tightly in satin or other ribbons.

As much as you're excited about your wedding, we're glad to help you along the way, as floral creations would mean a lot to your most unforgettable celebration.

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