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Fake Flower Wedding Bouquets

Fake Flower Wedding Bouquets

Fake flower wedding bouquets – as you may be aware, the size and shape of your bridal bouquet should match your wedding dress. A good rule to follow is to match the size of your bouquet to the size of your train. For example, if you have a dress with a long train, then your bouquet should have long stemmed flowers. Conversely, if your dress has a short train, consider going with a bouquet with shorter stemmed flowers.

The same is true of the color or your dress and the color of your bouquet. If you have a white wedding dress, which most brides wear, almost any color wedding bouquet will match this bouquet. However, if your dress is another shade, matching could be more difficult. Basically, you can use the color of your dress in your flowers, but work with the shades. For example, if you’re going to wear a pink wedding dress, make sure you include the same color pink in your bridal bouquet. In addition, include some darker pink flowers and some lighter pink flowers.

You can also get a bit more bold and choose colors which a complimentary. For example, if your wear a purple dress, you can include some red and orange flowers.

If you’ve never considered an artificial wedding bouquet, you might be surprised at how great they look. They are quite life-like. They will also last for much longer than a typical natural flower bridal bouquet.

Finally, the pricing of artificial wedding bouquets can be a nice surprise. Compare them to a natural flower bridal bouquet and I think you’ll find that it’s hard to go wrong with this type of bouquet.

So make sure to choose a bouquet which suits the size of your dress. In addition, match the colors of your flowers to the color of your dress. It doesn’t have to be an exact match, but it should compliment the dress. The realistic look of an artificial wedding bouquet makes these bouquets very popular. In addition, these bouquets will last much longer than a natural flower bouquet. Finally, you’ll find great prices on these bouquets, often much cheaper than a natural flower bouquet.

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Wedding bouquets are one of the quintessential symbols of the beautiful bride in Western culture. Of course, their origins are a bit less pristine. Back in the days when people only bathed about once a month, carrying a bunch of fragrant flowers was a convenient way for the bride to mask the odor of her unwashed body. Fortunately for modern wedding attendees, brides today only carry bouquets for the beauty of the flowers and the tradition. In fact, there is a wide variety of bouquet styles to choose from, not only regarding flower types, but bouquet arrangements as well.

The nosegay is a traditional and still popular form of bridal bouquet. It consists of a small, round cluster of flowers, all cut to a uniform length, and very little greenery is visible. Usually made with one dominant flower or color, nosegays are wrapped tightly with ribbon or lace for a delicate effect, which is a nod to the style’s Victorian Era origins. This style of bouquet is very ladylike and convenient if the bride wants to create a fairly uniform look among herself and her bridesmaids. One popular trend is for the bride’s nosegay to simply be larger than the bridesmaids’ while using the same style and flowers.

The beidermeier bouquet is similar to the nosegay in that it is also round. However, these bouquets are formed of concentric circles of different flowers. The style allows for the same general appearance as the nosegay, but allows the bride to inject a greater variety of texture into the effect.

Cascade bouquets are desirable for the dramatic yet elegant impression they create, and they are often used at formal and traditional weddings. These bouquets can be created using any kind of flowers, although roses and lilies are the most common. When a bride holds the bouquet at the traditional level, trails of flowers and often leaves and ribbons stream down from the main part of the bouquet. The effect resembles a waterfall of flowers. The teardrop bouquet is very similar to the cascade, except that this style is stiffer.

Hand-tied bouquets are often popular with brides who want to create a less formal ambiance. These arrangements are designed to show the natural growth of the stems, which are often wrapped in pretty ribbon or braided together. Any flowers can be used in a hand-tied bouquet, which means that they can be easily designed to suit the general decor of the wedding.

Arm bouquets are different from those listed above due to the manner in which they are carried. While most bridal bouquets are carried with both hands in front of the body, arm bouquets are cradled in one arm so that the heads of the flowers are to one side of the body. The effect is simple yet elegant, especially with the right kind of blossoms. This style of bouquet works better with some flowers than with others; orchids, calla lilies and any other flowers with a long stems are best. The flowers are left in their natural state and usually simply tied together with a ribbon.

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Some brides choose to personalize in an obvious way, while others choose a subtle touch that provides meaning to themselves only.

If you are stuck on how to personalize your bouquet, look at incorporating one or more of these distinctive ideas.

1. Have your florist add a rhinestone initial of your first name to the stem wrap of your bride and bridesmaid bouquets.
2. Have your florist secure lockets with photos of deceased family and friends hanging from your bouquet stem wrap.
3. Wrap your rosary or one of a special family member, around the stem wrap of your bouquet.
4. Have piece of your christening gown sewn into a sash that you can tie around the bouquet stem wrap – or a sash of your family tartan if your Scottish.
5. Have your florist incorporate flowers that were in the first bouquet of flowers you ever received from your fiance when you started dating or when you were proposed to.
6. Have your florist incorporate rhinestones into your wedding bridal bouquet that represent your birthstone.
7. For a bit of bling, add a vintage broach from a family member to your stem wrap of your wedding bouquet.

Your wedding day bouquet is your opportunity to have your bouquet be more than just flowers – it becomes a personal reflection of who you are and your roots. Enjoy looking for a distinctive way to reflect your personality in your own bridal bouquet from Silky Flower Store.