A bride’s bouquet speaks to her personal style and the tone of her big day. It might be elegant or classic, traditional or vintage, bright and colorful like the bride’s personality or monochromatic. These are some of the current, popular wedding bouquet trends.
Brooch bouquets-One of the reasons brooch bouquets have become so popular, brides like the idea of having it as a keepsake, something they can pass down to their daughter. Some brides choose to use family heirlooms in their creations while others buy a designed brooch bouquet. However, these rang from hundreds of dollars to thousands! It’s easy and affordable to create a do-it-yourself bouquet while recycling brooches.
Texture- Everything goes when it comes to mixing different textures in the bouquet, including fur and feathers. Other items used are seashells for beach weddings, pine cones or twigs for rustic weddings and different types of ribbon to add color.
Monochromatic- Simple, classic and often more affordable since the florist needs less varieties of flowers.
Bling, Bling– Brides are using jewelry to accessorize their bouquets. Flowers are dressed up using beads, brooches, jewel pins, pearls and crystal rhinestones. Many brides are using this as a way to incorporate their something old, borrowed or treasured into their day.
Succulents-With an increase in rustic and country weddings many brides are using more natural looking flowers like succulents.
Classic-Some bouquets are classic and traditional and would work for any venue and any dress.
Local/Native- Brides having a destination wedding may choose to use local flowers that are tropical or popular in the area.