To Have and To Hold: Two Trend-Setting Bridal Bouquetsby Mandy Majerik on March 6, 2012 at 10:19 am
Hand-tied bouquets are the most popular style for bridal bouquets, and Biedermeier and Couture Designer bouquets are emerging as two new hot trends in bridal bouquet.
Biedermeier Bridal Bouquets
Although the style was popular in the 1800’s in Europe, the Biedermeier bridal bouquet will be all the rage at upcoming weddings. Named after a German style of interior decorating, the Biedermeier bouquet features flowers of a different color and/or type designed in concentric circles with one layer being monofloral (all one type of flower) or monochromatic (all the same color).
If the bride carries this style, her bridesmaids could carry monofloral bouquets arranged with the individual types or colors of flowers the bride carries.
Couture Designer Bridal Bouquets
Fashion designers are known for having flair and incorporating uncommon objects into their designer dresses and shoes. Floral design is no different. When a floral artist is given the freedom to create, it is then that the most astonishing, distinctive designs come to life.
Many brides trust their floral artist to create their bouquet based upon their theme or color scheme; brides simply want to make an impression. Incorporating unique and unusual elements into a bouquet is Couture. Whether it is a bird’s nest or a floral purse — these bouquets definitely catch your attention.
What does your dream bridal bouquet look like?