In the old days, bridal bouquets used to have identical looks. Brides were often seen walking down the aisle holding a couple of roses, some stephanotis, and a dash of baby’s breath. Fast forward to today, you’ll see brides getting bolder and more creative with their floral choices. Bridal bouquets have since become larger, looser, with far more texture and draping than before.
Take a look at a few of the most creative uses the modern bride finds for fresh blooms.
Geometric Bridal Bouquets
A lot of brides today opt for contemporary-looking bouquets with a decidedly geometric look. Such a bouquet usually has bold colors and clean lines, be it yellow or orange roses with chartreuse dianthus and blue delphinium. Women with artistic and defined tastes opt for this type of bouquet, which also goes well with a simple, A-line gown.