No matter how glamorous, original and unconventional the wedding bouquet has to be in the vision of the modern bride, it also has to be extremely elegant and stylish. Perhaps not all brides of today afford to purchase a couture wedding bouquet, and this is exactly why we are here for! We are happy to provide you with more information on how to plan your own elegant wedding bouquet without spending too much money or invest more in a specialist who can make it for you. We are also glad to be able to offer you more relevant pictures of all kinds of wedding flower arrangements and bouquets on diverse themes, one more interesting and useful than another.
In terms of wedding flowers, elegant means stylish, refined, coquette, dainty, artistic, unique, feminine, romantic, one of a kind, attractive, eye-catchy, flirty, sensual, highly classy, discreet and outstanding. It seems that this quality kinds of embody all the other virtues that a successful bridal bouquet must have. In this context we are sure that you are going to love these gorgeous elegant wedding bouquets and flower arrangements shown in the images below that we found on the internet. All brides want to look distinctive and feminine on the day, and the flower bouquet is one of the essential types of accessories that are meant to enrich the bridal look or complete it.
The wedding bouquet should no longer be regarded as a conservative bunch of flowers that the bride must carry in order to complete the tradition. These days, the bride’s bouquet has been updated to the degree of a glamorous “accessory” that one has to wear for attracting more admiring glances and positive remarks.
There are a few types of flowers that we can mention here as more suitable for elegant wedding bouquets, and these are: calla lilies, orchids, peonies, tulips, carnations, gerbera daises, dahlias, narcissuses, lilies of the valley, hyacinths, sweet peas, roses, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, asters, lavenders, irises, anemones, ranunculuses, freesias, hydrangeas, gladiolas, Billy Balls, star gazer lilies or cherry blossoms. In general, long stemmed flowers are considered the most elegant ones and therefore perfect for stylish and sleek classy wedding bouquets and décor arrangements.
The colors must also be picked with maximum care and attention because looking elegant doesn’t mean looking strident, too vibrant or ostentatious. The colors must be pastel, natural and soft to the eye in order to provide the bride with a delicate, refined and graceful innocent look. Here are a few examples of colors and derived nuances that can be used in elegant wedding bouquets: creams, ivories, beiges, blush pinks, coral pinks, buttercup yellows, peach oranges, lime greens, navy blues, sage and meadow greens, teals, chocolate browns, pearl grays or tomato reds.11