The bridal bouquet, a traditional element to any wedding, comes in many different forms and styles. To help navigate the differences, we’ve put together a glossary of the most common bouquet types!
This is the most common bouquet style, and is traditionally comprised of a compact cluster of flowers that is wrapped tightly with ribbon with the stems cut evenly. It is often comprised of one to three flower types for maximum impact!
Often carried by flower girls, the pomander is a flower covered ball tied with a ribbon at the top. It can be held by hand, or hung on the wrist. The pomander also makes a great decor accent along the aisle!
This style is a great option for bridesmaids! The posy bouquet is a small, round bouquet, often tied with ribbon.
The cascading bouquet was once made popular in the early 20th century, and has come back with a bang! A variety of blooms and foliage can be used to create princess-level drama in this waterfall styled bouquet.
This style is very similar to the cascade bouquet, but more compact and held cradled in the arm. While it is not the most popular style of bouquet today, it’s great for the bride who dares to be different!
The hand-tied bouquet is one of the most common and classic styles. It often includes a variety of flowers and foliage, densely bunched together and tied loosely.
Created by wiring and assembling individual flower petals to a single stem by hand, the composite bouquet is for the bride who wants to make a statement!