What Type of Bouquet Are You?

 Heather Chipps Photography

Heather Chipps Photography

I believe your bridal bouquet says a lot about your personal style on your wedding day. Don’t get me wrong, there are literally an endless amount of ways to create a bridal bouquet, but there are definitely some stand-alone iconic elements that often put bouquets in their own category. Let’s take a peek at some of them!

 Caroline Lima Photography

Caroline Lima Photography

The Classic Bouquet

This bouquet may vary slightly in color, but is often a very classic round shape filled with roses, and occasionally one other type of round floral (such as a ranunculus or peony).

 Nikki Santerre Photography

Nikki Santerre Photography

The Garden-Style Bouquet

This bouquet is not confined to a specific shape, and often includes a variety of foliage and 8-10 varieties of florals. Since this style represents an actual flower garden, it looks beautiful in any color palette! As long as the foliage and a variety of flowers are there, you’ll have a garden-style look!

 Heather Payne Photography

Heather Payne Photography

The Foraged-Style Bouquet

Kin to the Garden-Style Bouquet, the Foraged-Style Bouquet can get a little more natural looking and doesn’t even have to include many flowers, but rather has lots of textural elements that may grow naturally without too much care. These bouquets may also be a lot lighter-weight because they don’t have quite as many full blooms in them!

 Heather Chipps Photography

Heather Chipps Photography

The Colorful Bouquet

This bouquet comes in all shapes and sizes but is always very colorful! It often includes a variety of flowers, and most of the time several different bright, saturated colors. It can also be seen in one very bright, saturated color (typically in the Classic Bouquet style).

So which bouquet are you? Or are you a combination of each of them?

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