In one of our previous articles, we mentioned gypsophila - the most fashionable wedding flower of this year. Bouquets featuring it look delicate, airy and almost weightless. Compositions like this can also be created with other summer flowers.
Experiment with florists, take a closer look at different shades and enjoy the scent of summer.
These are a summer classic, flowers from our childhood without any pretentiousness. Daisies will perfectly complement brides who value simplicity and minimalism.
Flowers which are no longer about smell, but about texture and aesthetics. These are suitable for boho-style weddings where the bride is in a linen dress and the celebration takes place outdoors.
We are used to seeing red poppies more often, but nature knows how to surprise us. White poppies look silky and smooth in a bridal bouquet.
Blossoming cherry branches
One example of blooming greenery in a bride's bouquet can be cherry branches. They make the bouquet slightly more voluminous, complement large flowers and can show off their scent even more than a freshly cut rose.
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A bouquet of snow-white orchids is an example of elegance and sophisticated femininity. No complicated compositions and additional greenery. The bouquet looks really magical in the hands of the bride.
These can be irises, cornflowers or delphiniums. Purple, pale pink, soft yellow or lavender - the choice depends on your mood and wedding theme. A florist will help soften the bright colours by adding more greenery to the bouquet.