Artificial Flowers. Sunday , July 29th , 2018 - 08:44:23 AM
Some of the most popular arrangements are: Round: sometimes called a colonial bouquet. This type has the flowers bunched together into a tight or loose cluster and can include formal or informal arrangements. Nosegay: A small round cluster of flowers, often not as dense as traditional round bouquets. It often includes more greenery and ribbon streamers. Cascade: sometimes called the teardrop or waterfall, this arrangement can give a wispy feel. Flowers with heavy blooms are arranged with flowing foliage. Biedermeier: A European-inspired bouquet with blossoms of different types and colors placed in a defined circular pattern. Heart: often seen at Valentines Day, symbolizing love and romance. It is an alternatively shaped bouquet featuring two full, arched shapes at the top, while tapering down to a point at the bottom of the bouquet. Single stem: While not technically a bouquet, single-stem arrangements have gained in popularity in recent years, as simplicity has become the trend. Single-stem designs generally feature a unique design element, such as an intricately wrapped stem (for a long-stemmed flower), elaborate bow, streamers, or a decorative lace bloom collar (for a shorter-stemmed flower) to give the design more interest and appeal. Basket: flowers arranged and carried in a shallow basket and often used in a garden-like wedding setting, most often carried by young attendants. These are the basic popular wedding flowers arrangements. They are as unique as any individual wedding.
Bridal Bouquet Design 1 # Cascade Bouquet - If you are planning to have a fairy-tale wedding theme, or any other traditional theme, then a cascade bouquet is the thing for you. This is perhaps the most elegant of the lot. However it is an option that goes well with traditional and formal wedding ceremonies. Flowers are combined together in such a way that flowers descend below the main portion of the bouquet design.
Most bridal bouquets are made to order. Wedding event consultants and florists work hand-in-hand with a bride and her family to create the exact bouquet design as desired. Choosing a reputed florist and discussing the needs at least 6 months in advance will help in avoiding last minute pressures, and help ensure the design is correct.
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