Natural Touch Wedding Bouquets

Wedding Decorations | May 11 2010 | by Jenny | 4 Comments

Today’s bride is looking for a more natural, organic, loose, casual, delicate and feminine wedding bouquet that can complement more their bridal look. Modern wedding affairs have become more and more casual, relaxed, comfortable and simple.

That is the main reasons why so many contemporary brides are interested in keep it as simple, green and eco as possible. It’s all about natural beauty, charm, refinement and simplicity as the new word for modern elegance, class and style. So, if you’re one of those traditional brides who are looking for something more elaborated, abundant, sophisticated, intricate, fanciful, dramatic and formal, you’d better not go with a natural touch wedding bouquet.

But how can you tell a traditional formal and sober wedding bouquet from a natural touch wedding bouquet? Well, the difference is quite visible actually. In general, natural touch wedding bouquets have a simpler, light and easy style, and are usually composed of light-weighted, delicate, fragile and greener types of flowers. Further more, a natural touch wedding bouquet is often adorned with all kinds of matching greeneries, herbs, plants, fruits or leaves that can only enrich the quality and natural beauty of a floral bouquet. Among the most popular styles of natural touch wedding bouquets are those round, nosegay, free style, pomander, hand-tied, scepter, basket or arm bouquets. When choosing the most suitable type of natural touch wedding bouquet you have to consider several aspects, like the style, character, theme, color-scheme, amplitude, season, location or budget of the wedding.

But you must take into consideration your personal style, vision and taste too, not to mention that you have to match the bouquet’s style and colors to your wedding gown. If you’re interested in finding out what are the most popular types of flowers that you can use to compose a natural touch wedding bouquet, we can help you out a little. You can use lavender, gardenias, orchids, peonies, lilies of the valley, jasmines, chrysanthemums, hyacinth, calla lilies, iris, sunflowers, daises, stocks, delphiniums, tulips, gladiolas, narcissus, daffodils, marigolds or wildflowers.

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If you’re wondering what colors you can use to obtain a natural touch wedding bouquet, here are some suggestions: pink, white and green, yellow, green and cream, purple, pink and white, orange, blue and yellow, blue, white and green, pink, brown and burgundy, pink yellow and green, blue, red and pink, cream, green and fuchsia, and so on. You only can decide best what types of colors you can use, depending on your wedding’s theme, color-scheme and attire. Rustic, western or country-style wedding bouquets are at rage this year, because they can flatter any bridal look and bring more exotic and cheerful flair, color, style, fragrance, easiness, naturalness, innocence, purity, creativeness and casualty.11

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