A Chart of Wedding Bouquets is invaluable when you make your flower selections. Will all your bouquets match? Or will you choose different styles for different ladies? Please find below a helpful chart with descriptions and drawings, to be followed by photos of each style.
everylastdetail.com – ROUND BOUQUET
The round bouquet is very standard webbing fare for the bride. Once all the rage, it is loosing favor among the 2015-2106 wedding trends.
brides.com – PAGEANT BOUQUET
While lovely, the pageant bouquet is used less often than all other bouquet types.
Wedding Forward.com | Inspirations Ideas Planning – CASCADE BOUQUET
The cascade bouquet is quite formal, and used in large settings. Think Lady Diana at her wedding to Prince Charles.
brides.com – NOSEGAY
The nosegay is one of my favorite bouquets. It serves all ladies of the wedding party well, from the bride to flower girls. It doesn’t take away from a bride’s dress with it’s simplicity. Kate Middleton carried such a bouquet.
elizabethanndesigns.com – POMANDER BOUQUET
The pomander bouquet, or “kissing bouquet” is perfect for little hands, and is most often used for flower girls.
Photo: Patty Cloherty photos -And one of my favorites, the POSEY – modeled by yours truly. 🙂
And one other bouquet type that we don’t see on the chart above, but I think is gorgeous…the “HAND-TIED”. This can be presented with or without ribbon tied around the stems. The ribbon wrapped stems are for a more formal wedding, the natural look for a more casual affair.