Floral Design · Weddings

5 Simple Romantic Bouquets

Wedding season is in full swing and nothing is more exciting to me that designing floral bouquets for each of the brides and couples I work with.   For a romantic look with touches of vintage details, there are so  many incredible additions to make your bouquet really stand out. These are a few looks I love, perfect for a bride looking for something simple yet delicate and fabulous.

a. Baby’s breath. An oldie but goodie is back in style and gives your bouquet a delicate look.  Pair it with rhinestones pins for a  dainty and glamorous look.

Photo PSqure-Jen Reilly Photography

b.  Vintage Jewelry. For a retro look, accent you bouquet with brooches or vintage finds, we love the look of the cameo brooch on this Victorian inspired rose and Cala Lilly bouquet.

Photo PSquare-Jen Reilly Photography

c.  Say it with feathers. We are all in awe at the new bridal styles inspired by the roaring 20’s-30’s and the new The Great Gatsby movie, and you can achieve this look in a contemporary way with the addition of feathers, available in all kinds of colors and textures.  We dressed this orchid, Gerbera and Ranunculus bouquet in a wave of cascading feathers in pink.

Photo Teresa Wood Photography

d.  Lace.  What’s not to love about lace, it’s a lovely choice for a rustic, country or Victorian wedding. You can wrap the handle of your bouquet in a mixture of lace and burlap, or insert within the flowers for added texture.  Are you a recycling bride?  Include lace from your mother’s dress or from a family heirloom as a special reminder of loved ones, what a great way to commemorate their lives.

Photo Teresa Wood Photography

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