Whether for just the bride or for her and her bridesmaids, these days bouquets are more than just an accessory for a woman to carry.
They are truly pieces of art. And Lana and her team are exceptional artists when it comes to them.
Bouquets can take on many different looks and forms, all creatively designed between a bride and her floral designer. However, one look that Lana is currently captivated by is the trend of loose, unstructured bouquets that take on the feel of a unique “masterpiece” for the wedding day.
Just like any other form of art, there are different aspects to consider when conceiving the look of such an important part of the overall wedding design (think of all those pictures you will post that include the bouquets!).
Following are a few tips for understanding the art form of these bouquets:
1. Select 1-2 Unique Elements.
Think outside the flower box and choose one or two types of flowers or elements that aren’t typically seen.
For example, we love the anemone blooms in the following bride and bridesmaid bouquets accented by dark aubergine scabiosa. Together, these two unique flowers create a visual appeal that is memorable and noteworthy.
We also adore the distinct Southern feel of the following bridal bouquet that holds king protea and magnolias while the bridesmaids carry one exceptionally beautiful magnolia. The looks are simply unforgettable.
2. Variety is Key.
When a bridal bouquet doesn’t follow any rules when it comes to structured design, a variety of blooms and greens is essential.
Lana considers elements such as: texture, size, color and hues, as well as which exquisite blooms at market may complement the look and feel of the day when composing such an arrangement.
This results in a bridal bouquet and smaller versions for bridesmaids that are one-of-a-kind pieces of art, capturing the hearts of both the bride and her guests.
See the bouquet the mix of flowers below - specifically, roses and garden greens accented by olive branches. The look has a romantic, soft feel - unstructured, yet cohesive.
The following bouquets also showcase a wide variety of floral elements. Traditional roses are paired with blooms such as dusty miller, dahlias, and even hanging amaranthus.
3. Flexibility Allows for Wow.
It can be difficult to let go of the unknown when it comes to creating the perfect bridal bouquet, but allowing yourself to be flexible when it comes to the exact blooms you (or others) may carry can make all the difference.
While Lana can order the precise flowers you’ve chosen, she cannot predict if they will arrive in bloom and looking picture perfect. No one can!
This is why providing Lana with the flexibility to incorporate other flowers or additions that may complement the look (and that can even be better priced sometimes!) can allow her the creative flexibility to design a piece she feels you would love the most.
Check out more bouquets that have allowed for unique elements, variety, and flexibility for exquisite unstructured beauty!
Do you like the look and feel of these artistic bouquets? If you are getting married in the Orlando or Central Florida area and are searching for just the right design for your wedding, you may have just found the perfect fit for your dream day. Contact Lana at (321) 695-5440 to get designing!