Round-leaved sundew bellflower scottish dock cockscomb, obedient plant. Jacob’s ladder dog rose bearberry.Windflower crocus columbine sturt’s desert rose. African lily marigold queen Anne’s lace. Daisy cotton-grass hop drumstick. Ipsum forget-me-not carnation holy grass canterbury bells. Round-leaved sundew bellflower scottish dock cockscomb, obedient plant. Jacob’s ladder dog rose bearberry.
Wondering what goes into picking the perfect wedding bouquet? Here’s everything you need to know, plus some tips from the experts at Wildhart Studios.
Your wedding bouquet is more than just a collection of beautiful flowers; it’s a reflection of you and your personality. The right bouquet will complement your wedding dress and overall theme while still allowing your unique style to shine through. With so many factors to consider, choosing the right wedding bouquet can seem like a daunting task. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! Keep reading for our top tips on how to choose the perfect wedding bouquet for you.
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing your wedding bouquet is your dress. You’ll want to make sure that the bouquet complements the silhouette of your dress and doesn’t compete with it for attention. For example, if you’re wearing a fitted mermaid-style dress, you’ll want a bouquet that’s compact and sleek. On the other hand, if you’re wearing a voluminous ballgown, you’ll want a fuller bouquet to match.
After you’ve considered the overall style of your dress, it’s time to start thinking about colour. Take a look at the colour palette you’ve chosen for your wedding and begin brainstorming which blooms will work best with those hues. If you’re having trouble narrowing things down, consider using two or three accent colours in addition to your primary shade. This will give you some leeway when it comes to choosing your flowers. If you’re really struggling, don’t hesitate to ask your florist for guidance; they’ll be more than happy to help you select the perfect blooms for your big day.
Another important factor to consider is what time of year you’ll be getting married. The type of flowers that are in season at the time of your wedding will have a big impact on both the appearance and cost of your bouquet. Out-of-season flowers will generally need to be imported, which will drive up the cost. But more importantly, out-of-season flowers may not look as fresh or vibrant as their in-season counterparts. To get the best value and ensure that your bouquet looks its best, stick with seasonal flowers that are local to your area.
Your wedding bouquet should also reflect the overall theme or aesthetic of your wedding day. For example, if you’re having a rustic barnyard wedding, you might want a bouquet made up of wildflowers and greenery. If you’re going for a more glamorous look, you might opt for an elegant arrangement of roses or calla lilies. Regardless of what style you choose, make sure it’s something that fits with the rest of your decor and overall vision for your big day.
Before meeting with your florist, it’s important to have a general idea of how much you’re willing to spend on your wedding flowers. This will help narrow down your options and prevent any sticker shock when it comes time to sign on the dotted line. When determining your budget, keep in mind that flowering plants can vary greatly in price depending on their rarity and availability. In general, more common blooms like tulips and roses tend to be less expensive than rarer varieties like peonies and lilies.
After you’ve considered all of the above factors, it’s time to start putting together some ideas and taking them to your florist. When meeting with them, be sure to bring along any inspiration photos you may have collected, as well as any swatches of fabric from your dress (if applicable). And once you’ve shared all of this information with them, trust that they’ll create something absolutely beautiful—after all, that’s what they do!
There’s a lot to consider when choosing your wedding bouquet—but luckily, we’ve got you covered! Follow our tips and advice, and you’re sure to end up with a beautiful arrangement that perfectly complements both your overall vision for the big day and your personal style. Ready to start planning? Check out our collection of real weddings for more inspiration!
Flower queen Fabiola lily daisy. Windflower crocus columbine sturt’s desert rose, flamingo flower.