When talking about bridal bouquets, various colors are what we will first come up with. Among all the colors, white, pink and green perhaps obtained the most widely popularity. Today, we selected bridal bouquets of these three colors. The unique styles and creative styles will surely give yourself a brand new feeling for bridal bouquet.
The leaves of a four-leaf clover are said to stand for hope, faith, love, and luck -- a fitting sentiment for a wedding.
Fresh Green Frills
Think about going green (and we don't mean with an all-bamboo bouquet). This fresh-as-cut-grass combo of lady's slipper orchids, hellebores, viburnum, gladiolus, and parrot tulips has a decidedly sophisticated vibe. Try attaching a tiny handmade fan to the handle with a hatpin; its pleats echo the blooms' frilly petals.
In this asymmetrical bouquet, barely yellow double narcissus mingle among classic white narcissus with yellow cups and tubular freesias that have golden throats. Adding to the appeal, the freesias smell lightly sweet, while the narcissus have a heady fragrance. Wide and narrow-striped grosgrain ribbons with a pinned-on vintage button tie the tailored mix.
A bundle of bridal-white snowberries is wrapped in a white satin ribbon, with white beaded trim pinned to the top and bottom edges.
Bouquets for the bridesmaids, maid of honor, and bride can harmonize rather than match. Here, they're a classic symphony of pinks, ivories, and greens, each composed of roses and hydrangeas.
This oversize bouquet of sculpted dahlias and feathery astilbe will bend gracefully over the arm. Silk shantung covers the stems while vintage crystals dangle from a free-form bow.