Currently, the hand-tied bouquet is the most popular type, often consisting of roses, but also may contain other beautiful flowers. This bouquet can be tied with a ribbon, or displayed in a dazzling silver tussie mussie. It can be loosely gathered or tightly tied, depending on the look you prefer.
This bouquet is gorgeous, and offers the bride the opportunity to be creative! As the name implies, this style covers a looser bouquet that often has flowers or greenery coming out at various angles. Depending on availability, this bouquet may contain a combination of hydrangeas, roses, irises, delphinium, bells of Ireland, and other unique flowers. Spray bouquets are an example of this style, as they generally “spray” in different directions.
This bouquet is designed to be held in the crook of the arm. Long-stemmed flowers, such as long stemmed roses and calla lilies, work the best. A loosely tied bow or cascading ribbon is used to keep the bouquet together.
This bouquet resembles a cascading waterfall. It is slightly rounded at the top and falls to a point.