Pretty Bouquet for Bridesmaids

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Hello Lovebirds,

As a bride, you may have a special concern for your bridesmaids. And, scoring the perfect bouquet for your bridesmaids could be the important thing for you. If you too confuse to choose the flower, you may check our post here. We already put every kind of flower that could match the personality of your bridesmaids. Now, we would like to share about what types of bouquet for your bridesmaids. 

The Cone Bouquet

The first type is the cone bouquet. As the name implies, forms a cone shape. This style bouquet works best for bridesmaids and flower girls. Depending upon the flowers and foliage selected, this bouquet will compliment any casual or formal event. It could be prettier and greener with leaf wrap, or you can make it more shabbily with doily paper.

Pomander Bouquet or Kissing Ball

The pomander bouquet is also known as a kissing ball. A pomander is a ball of flowers suspended from a loop of decorative ribbon for carrying. This pomander can be very youthful for your bridesmaids. This bouquet can take the form of a tightly arranged round posy with little space between each petal or slightly more relaxed globe of larger blooms for more contemporary look.

The Basket Bouquet 

The basket bouquet has flowers arranged in a beautifully shaped shallow basket and is usually and more often used in a garden or garden-like wedding setting. The basket bouquet may be carried by flower girls and junior bridesmaids. The small basket keeps their little hands occupied and out of mischief

Nosegay Bouquet

A nosegay is a more structured bouquet, consisting of a small, tightly packed group of flowers, all cut to the same length. The stems are wrapped tightly in ribbon or lace. Traditionally the nosegay often containing more greenery than other bouquets

Wrist Bouquet or Flower Bracelet

A wrist bouquet or flower bracelet is a small flower bouquet worn on the wrist. More corsage than bouquet, this style is comprised of a small floral arrangement. Flowers and foliage are mounted on a small base attached to a strong elastic bracelet fitted around the wrist, great alternative for a traditional bouquet. The wrist corsage can be made in any combination of flowers and is occasionally complimented with ribbons and beads.

So, could you imagine what kind of bouquet that would match with your bridesmaids? ;)

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