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A Bouquet to Suit Your Build
A lot of brides forget to take into account the visual effect that a bouquet has when it comes to body shape and size. If you are very petite, a large bouquet held close to the body will completely hide your figure and the intricacies of your dress. Taller or curvier brides can pull off larger and more dramatic bouquets.
Dress First, Flowers Second
It’s very hard to create a harmonious match when you have organised the bouquet before the dress. Make sure you have chosen your dress and wedding theme before you get started on the bouquet. If you’ve spent hours customising your wedding invitesto match your theme, you’d hate to ruin the cohesiveness of everything by having the wrong flowers!
It helps to take a few pictures of your dress with you when you go for your consultation with a professional florist. They will be able to give you great advice on which flowers will suit the colour, texture and style of your wedding dress. It might not sound like much, but paying attention to these small details will make sure that you avoid any discordant and mismatched pairings between flowers and dress. Choosing your flowers to compliment your dress will create a truly effortless and elegant look.
Make it Personal
The wedding is a special day to celebrate the love you and your partner share. Creating a bouquet that not only looks stunning, but has personal meaning to you is a really special touch. Maybe he bought you your favourite red roses when he proposed, or you used to spend hours amongst the field flowers having a picnic. Incorporating these special flowers into your bouquet adds a whole new layer of meaning, as well as being visually beautiful.
Beautiful Yet Budget Conscious
Always keep your budget in mind when you’re planning a bouquet. It’s easy to get carried away, but just remember that sometimes the simplest designs are the most elegant and effective. A really good tip for getting your dream bouquet without breaking the bank is to create your design based on the flowers that are currently in season. Your florist will be able to give you some great advice on which flowers are currently blooming, and how they can work together in a wedding bouquet. Your bouquet is more than just a pretty accessory on your special day, it is a personal and unique expression of the love shared between you and your partner. Make it the most beautiful bouquet possible by following these top tips.