When designing your bridal bouquet, the amount of options for color, kind, and size can be overwhelming. I am a huge fan of the handpicked bridal bouquet, and after seeing the photos I’ve handpicked for you, you’ll know why…
Picking the right bouquet is all about scale. While the bride's bouquet is usually grander than those of her maids (or at least distinct from her maids' blooms), fitting your wedding flowers with other elements of your wedding day isn't so cut and dry.
Handpicked bouquets are a signature design element for us because each bouquet is as unique as a fingerprint - the blossoms, design, textures and shades are individually selected and created for the bride and no one else. Each of our couples has their own unique story and, likewise, each event bears a design concept that stands on its own and is reflective of the bride and groom's tastes and story. Pulling this together in a distinctive bouquet that compliments the style and overall aesthetic is a responsibility we take very seriously, and our handpicked approach helps us achieve that goal through florals.
These bouquets combine a mixture of color and genres to create an upscale design. To give the bouquet dimension, I like to incorporate fruit, untraditional greenery, and other natural elements. You can also other elements of your wedding bouquet (shape, wrap, etc.) to make a lasting impression on your guests. When planning your event, we aren’t focused on simply the décor, but the overall experience that you and your guests will have during your event. To create continuity in the event, designing bridal bouquets that introduce reception colors will give your guests a preview of what’s to come later in the night, and add beautiful slashes of color to your ceremony.
Whether you keep your colors bold or muted, these effortless bouquets make any bride stand out. And while they may look simple and natural, handpicked bouquets can be incorporated in more than rustic garden wedding themes.