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Examining different bouquet options

- April 27, 2012 - by: miguel

Examining different bouquet options

Examining different bouquet options

When it comes to your wedding day, you're going to want to make sure that everything is perfect, including the flowers you're holding as you walk down the aisle. With all eyes on you, you're going to need a bouquet that truly steals the show and complements your ensemble.

There are many different bouquet styles and sizes to choose from when planning your wedding. Narrowing down the options can be a breeze once you take your dress, color scheme and wedding theme into consideration!

The posy bouquet

Perfect-Wedding-Day.com says that the posy bouquet is one of the most popular styles due to its natural beauty and ability to fit seamlessly into traditional and casual weddings alike. Posy bouquets are loosely tied together and the stems are often wrapped in a material such as satin to make them more comfortable for the bride to hold. This type of bouquet also has a casual, loose structure.

The crescent bouquet

The crescent bouquet is designed to allow the flowers to drape into a gentle arch for an elegant look. The flowers chosen for this type of bouquet are often used to represent the bride's personality, according to Perfect-Wedding-Day.com. The stems are typically bundled and wired tightly together to give brides the ability to hold the lavish piece with one hand.

A crescent bouquet is often held by the bride at waist level to allow the flowers to fall naturally and create a beautiful look. While some people prefer the flowers to be symmetrical, Perfect-Wedding-Day.com says that crescent bouquets can be left- or right-leaning for a unique look.

The cascade bouquet

The cascade bouquet is thought to be one of the most traditional styles available to brides who want to maintain a certain sense of elegance as they walk down the aisle. TLC says that this kind of arrangement can be best described as a rounded bouquet with a stream of flowers flowing down from the top, creating a "cascade" or "waterfall" look.

If you want to find a bouquet that can incorporate numerous flowers, this type is right for you – cascade bouquets can be composed of virtually any flower, though roses and calla lilies are most popular.

For your Arizona wedding, contact LUX Wedding Florist for all of your bouquet and event flower needs!

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