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BOQUET IDEAS

This tradition was first practiced in ancient Greece, where brides carried bouquets of herbs and spices. Garlic and herbs were woven together to form a fashionable bouquet during the period. These bouquets were believed to have a potent perfume that would ward off any evil spirits that might wish to curse the newlyweds.

It originated in medieval Europe, when it was normal for women to rip fabric from the bride's wedding dress for good luck. To prevent the guests from tearing her gown to shreds, brides began to toss their bouquet as a distraction to guests, allowing her to make an escape with her dress intact.


Who Developed the Wedding Bouquet?

The ancient Celts, who wore garlands composed of indigenous plants like ivy, thistle, and heather, started the custom of carrying a bouquet of herbs. These were regarded as possessing supernatural, preserving abilities.


7 SAMPLES OF A WEDDING BOUQUET



01

LILIES FOR ANY SESON

Elegant and refined are lilies. Any time of year, but particularly in the spring, calla lily bouquets are lovely. Look for hues that complement your theme and the time of year. Get some stargazer lilies to add to your bouquet for a daring tropical touch.








02

SUMMER WILD FLOWER BOUQUET

Wildflowers create stunning bouquets for summer weddings. A summer bouquet should stand out against the other vibrant colors of the season, whether you choose a professionally made bouquet, a combination of wildflowers and exotic selections, or some simple brilliantly colored options.









03

CHRISTMAS BOUQUET BERRIES

Berries are a beautiful accent for Christmas bridal bouquets. While berries can be added in any seasons, they look especially fitting in Christmas designs as an alternative to greenery and other fillers. Look for bright red berries that reflect the holiday season.










04

SIMPLE BOUQUET

Elegant and chic, a basic wedding bouquet. A big, extravagant bouquet might overpower an elaborate outfit, but a tiny, understated bouquet might not be appropriate for a more formal occasion.













05

BRIGHT COLOR FLOWERS

White bridal gowns and simple bridesmaid dresses contrast brilliantly with multicolored flowers. Flowers in bouquets that are red, orange, purple, and yellow may be combined to make a stunning pattern. These vibrant hues are ideal for island and summer weddings.














06

GERBERA DAISY BOQUET

Because there are so many colors to choose from, gerbera daisy bridal bouquets give women flexibility. Both on their own and in more formal designs, they can give a more relaxed touch. Weddings in the spring and fall look particularly nice with them.













Sunlight is necessary for a flower to bloom, and without love, man cannot survive.“If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden.”




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