Bridal Bouquet, Amazing Flowers

Bridal Bouquet, Amazing Flowers

Whether your wedding style tends toward the tradition or the trendy, these bouquet options are a feast for the eyes.

Participating in the age-old tradition of carrying a bouquet doesn’t mean you can’t put your own personal spin on it. Anything from selecting sentimental blooms to adding unexpected elements  can modernize your arrangement and turn it into something truly special and one of a kind.

When it comes to wedding flowers, it can certainly be overwhelming  when it comes time to tell your wedding planner what you want.

Pull inspiration from your wedding theme, venue or color palette to bring your bouquet to life! You have any doubts? please contact us at BeThatBrideEvents

Peony :Hands down, this is the most highly coveted of all wedding flowers. Everyone loves ’em, everyone wants ’em, but sadly they’re also one of the most expensive wedding flowers.

Anemone: Usually black and white, these graphic flowers are perfect for the modern bride. The beauty of anemones is that they’re amenable to working alone in a mono-fleur arrangement or mixed in with other flowers as more of an accent.

Dhalia: One of our all-time fave flowers, dahlias are great face flowers because they have such a grand presence without packing the punch price-wise of a peony. Plus, they come in so many beautiful colors and a wide array of sizes so there’s a variety out there for every kind of bride!

Ranunculus:  They are usually used as accents and not as the stars of the show. Ruffly petals with wiggly stems, these are great for adding a little movement and wildness to your bouquet or centerpiece, and come in a huge spectrum of colors, but are all around the same size.

Tulip: Like many of the other flowers we’ve listed, tulips are so much more than the generic variety you’re probably picturing in your head. There are fringed tulips , double tulips , Rembrandt tulips (with beautiful red streaks running down their petals), and more.




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